To achieve superior results with your interior painting project, it is important for drywalls to be in good condition. If the drywalls have defects and are poorly prepped, those defects will show through even after a couple of coats of paint.
If you need drywalls to be hanged or repaired, Paint One can assist you with those improvements. There are several reasons why drywall(s) may need to be repaired or replaced:
- Removing popcorn ceiling – Popcorn ceilings are an eye soar. Most homeowners want to have them removed for a smooth, flat ceiling finish. Removing popcorn ceiling may damage the existing drywall and may reveal unsightly seams where drywall panels meet if the joints where poorly taped. As a results, seams may need to be re-mudded and taped for a smooth surface finish, or if damaged extensively, new drywall panels may need to be hanged.
- Removing wallpaper – sometimes wallpaper comes off easily. Sometimes it does not. In the event that wallpaper cannot be removed without damaging the drywall, drywall panels or portions of it may need to be replaced.
- When there are visible vertical or horizontal lines on your walls – before painting your walls, it is important for the drywalls to be smooth without line. Mudding and taping that were not done correctly will show lines where drywall panels meet. In most cases, re-mudding or re-taping seams may correct the cosmetic problems.
- When there are holes and imperfections – depending on the size of a punch-through hole, it can be patched or a new piece of drywall cut to size may need to be installed. In some instances, the surface of a drywall panel might be so bad that it would be more cost effective to replace it altogether than to patch it and sand it down. Whatever the situation is, Paint One will make the best recommendations so you can achieve the professional results when your walls are painted.
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