Wallpaper removal requires patience, the proper equipment and the right experience. If you don’t have one of these, you should be looking to work with a professional to get the job done.
While wallpaper removal may seem like a basic task, it’s very easy to cause costly damage to your walls and potentially other aspects of your home or office if you don’t plan and execute the job properly.
We recommend reading the information and facts about wallpaper removal below before you go out and try to do it yourself!
How Often Does Wallpaper Need to Be Removed?
Most wallpaper removal projects are few and far between. It doesn’t make sense for homeowners to purchase expensive chemical solutions, hot water steamers or any of the other materials and equipment necessary to get the job done. Our staff already has this equipment on hand because we handle these types of jobs all the time – don’t waste time and money on equipment you’ll only use once!
Hot water steamers and caustic chemical solvents are dangerous. If you don’t know how to handle them properly or protect yourself with the correct safety gear, you can cause serious harm to yourself and possibly those around you. Allowing a professional with the proper experience and safety equipment to handle the job eliminates all hazards.
One of the biggest challenges for wallpaper removal is handling unforeseen problems throughout the project. Our staff will be careful to remove the wall paper so that the underlying wall material is not damaged, something that an inexperienced individual may easily overlook.