Capital Materials Coastal

Capital Materials Coastal

Remodeler -
Jacksonville, FL
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About this pro

Drywall
Regular and Lightweight Drywall
Specialty Boards (Fire-, Mold-, Impact- and Sound-Resistant)
Shaftwall Systems / Area Separation Wall Systems
Exterior Gypsum Sheathing
Glass Mat Wallboard
Tile Backers
Cement Board/Tile Backers
USG Sheetrock, UltraLight, Firecode, Mold Tough
National Gypsum Gold Bond, XP, SoundBreak
Georgia Pacific ToughRock, Lite-Weight, Fireguard, DensGlass, DensArmor Plus
Continental Building Products Bison Board, LiftLite, Firecheck, Mold Defense, Rapid Deco, Weather Defense
American Gypsum CLASSICROC, LIGHTROC, FIREBLOC, M-BLOC, M-GLASS
Steel Framing
Drywall Studs & Track
Structural Studs & Track
Shaft Wall Systems
Clips, Connectors & Accessories
Z-Furring / Hat Channel
Flexible/Curved Tracks
Ceilings & Acoustical
Acoustical Ceiling Tile and Grid
Metal Ceilings
Hanger Wire
Wood Ceilings Specialty Ceilings
Drywall Suspension Systems
Acoustical Wall and Ceiling Panels
USG Ceilings, DONN, CertainTeed Ceilings, Tectum, FabricMate, F-Sorb
Insulation
Fiberglass Insulation
Rigid Fiberglass Insulation
Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Dow Styrofoam
Bead Board/Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Insulation
Polyisocyanurate Foam Insulation Board (Polyiso) Dow Termax and Hunter XCI
Mineral Wool/Rock Wool Insulation
Safing Insulation/ Curtain Wall Insulation
EIFS & Stucco
Stucco
Lath
Plaster
Steel and aluminum trims from Fry Reglet
Vinyl trims from Trim-Tex, Vinyl Corp
Joint Treatment
Ready Mix Compounds
Setting Type Compounds
Textures
Paper Joint Tapes
Mesh Joint Tapes
Fiberglass Joint Tapes
Metal Corner Beads
Vinyl and Plastic Corner Beads
Tools & Accessories
Abrasives
Access Panels
Adhesives
Acoustical Sealants
Dust Masks
Firestop Products
Floor Protection
Hand Tools
Lasers
Plastic Sheeting
PPE & Safety Equipment
Power Tools
Sanders & Sanding Pads
Specialty Tools
Scaffolding
Stilts
Trowels
Fasteners
Acoustical Fasteners
Anchors
Cement Board Screws
Drywall Screws
Drywall Nails
Insulation Fasteners
Shots, Pins and Clips
Specialty Fasteners
FRP
Fiberglass Reinforced Wall & Ceiling Panels
Trims, Moldings, Corner Guards
Adhesives/Sealants
Other Products
Fire Treated Lumber
Pressure Treated Lumber
Standard Lumber


  • Time in business: 48 years
  • 11616 Columbia Park Drive West, Jacksonville, FL 32258

Detailed Information

Year Established 1971
Business Categories Additions and Remodels, Drywall, Insulation in Jacksonville, FL

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  • Mon 6:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Tuesday 6:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Wednesday 6:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Thursday 6:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Friday 6:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Saturday Closed

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