Dunes Painting offers wallpaper removal and installation services to homeowners in Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand area. Wallpaper removal is often a tedious job. Best case scenario, the wallpaper comes off in large sections. Most likely scenario…it comes off in hundreds of little pieces. Let’s be honest…removing wallpaper, repairing the substrate and painting the stripped surface is a big job. It requires patience and the right techniques. While the majority of homeowners resort to hiring a wallpaper removal contractor like Dunes Painting to help them with their project in Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach or Conway, some homeowners, on the other hand, opt to take on that challenge themselves and inadvertently create a big mess. There is nothing easy about removing wallpaper. If one project requires extra patience and know-how, it’s wallpaper removal.
Wallpaper removal techniques
There are multiple techniques used to remove wallpaper. All techniques do not work on all types of wallpaper removal projects, and techniques may need to be combined to achieve the desired result. The key to success with wallpaper removal is to determine which techniques are best fitted for the job given the type of wallpaper and wall type. Once the undesired wallpaper is removed, the surface underneath the wallpaper will need to be re-textured and painted to match adjacent walls. The professional painters at Dunes Painting are experts at wallpaper removal and will restore your walls for a seamless, aesthetically pleasing look. Dunes Painting is a very experienced wallpaper removal contractor in Myrtle Beach. Once we are done with your wallpaper removal project, nobody will be able to tell that your walls were layered with wallpaper.
Wallpaper removal process
In order to remove wallpaper over the selected area, Dunes Painting will remove light switches and electrical covers that might conceal wallpaper material. Dunes Painting will determine the best combination of techniques to use to remove your wallpaper. For example, if the wall surface behind the wallpaper was not sealed properly with a primer before the wallpaper was applied, removing the wallpaper using the wrong technique will cause damage to the wall.
Once all the wallpaper is removed, Dunes Painting will dispose of the debris in a clean and organized manner. The wall on which the wallpaper was affixed may require patching and sanding prior to being primed for the final color finish, which Dunes Painting will do as part of the project.
Ready to have your wallpaper professionally removed? Request a free in-home estimate today for your wallpaper removal or installation project.