Protecting the walls in your home will keep your home safe and help your home continue to look brand new. Protect your drywall with proper repairs and caution when moving furniture. Rosewood Painting And Remodel offer drywall and sheetrock repair services for your home. If you have noticed holes, water damage, or scratches, contact our professionals as soon as possible.
1- Keep Furniture Away From The Wall
One of the easiest ways to protect your drywall is to keep furniture from knocking into the walls consistently. Placing your furniture a bit away from the wall will prevent it from scuffing or scratching your walls when you sit down, rock in chairs, or adjust the furniture.
When moving into a home, keeping the furniture that you are moving far away from walls can help reduce scratches and dents. Moving furniture requires extra precaution to ensure that damage is not done to your drywall. Hiring professional movers will ensure that your walls and door frames do not see damage while moving furniture into a home.
2- Use Door Stoppers
Doors can hit your walls with sharp corners or doorknobs, leaving dents, holes, or scratches behind. Especially if you have children or pets, using door stops can be a great way to protect your drywall. Door stops help stop the doorknob from hitting the adjacent wall too hard or at all. Door stops can save you from repairing consistent damage.
3- Make Quality Repairs
If you have damaged your drywall or need to fix holes from previous owners, leave these repairs to the professionals. Repairing drywall and sheetrock by yourself can lead to more problems and damage down the road.
Our professionals at Rosewood can help keep your home in the best shape possible. Repairs require special tools and plaster to keep them filled while you paint and move forward with your life. If you want to protect your drywall starts by taking action and making the investment to take proper care of it.
4- Remedy Water Damage
Experiencing a pipe leak can cause major widespread damage to your drywall. If you have not been able to detect the water damage, it can lead to mold growth and terrible bacteria lurking in your home. Having routine plumbing or home inspections will help protect your drywall and your entire home. If your area has experienced heavy storms or cold weather, it may be best to have your home inspected to prevent water damage from occurring. The sooner you take initiative for your home, the healthier and safer your space will be.
Use the sop-up method can be used to control current water leaks and prevent spreading damage to other parts of the wall. Calling a professional plumber or repair team as soon as possible will yield the best results and save you from more costly repairs.
5- Proper Prep Before Installing Wallpaper
When you upgrade the look of your walls with paint or wallpaper, it is important to prep beforehand. In order to protect your drywall you will need to apply primer which will be easier to remove in the future. Trying to remove old wallpaper that has adhered straight to the plasterboard will damage your walls and make it difficult to keep the integrity of the drywall.
Drywall And Sheetrock Repair With Rosewood
Rosewood Painting And Remodel can aid in the appearance of your Utah home with multiple renovations and painting home services. Our sheetrock and drywall experts can help you gain a smooth surface and help your home last for years to come. Sheetrock restoration is only possible by professionals, so don’t hesitate to call our team for repairs.
If you have experienced damage to your drywall quickly working to repair it will prevent the damage from becoming worse. Removing nails, repainting the wall, or remedying water damage can all be done by our technicians at Rosewood. Contact our Layton or Bountiful office to schedule services or get a quote today!