Sanding & Cleaning
Sanding and cleaning are steps that enable you to have beautiful and functional drywall for as long as possible. By sanding and cleaning your drywall, we are able to prolong its lifespan and its appearance and keep it looking stunning no matter what. We are also strengthening it and enabling it to properly adhere to any paint and wallpaper that you may have present.
The purpose of sanding your drywall is to ensure that you have an even surface to work with when it comes to installing wallpaper, wall decals, or wall paint. Sanding the drywall and gets rid of any ridges or bumps that may be present by softening them out using sandpaper. However, the process can be quite messy when performed incorrectly, so it is important to enlist the services of a professional drywall contractor to avoid having white films of dust circulated throughout your home in built up on your furniture. We recommend sanding prior to any paint job or drywall transformation.
Like we said before, without proper care, it is easy to circulate the dust from the sanding project throughout the home. Before we take on any drywall sanding project, we always ensure that there is proper ventilation available so that we can circulate the dust outward and prevent any allergies from flaring up as well as dust from accumulating on top of your cherished furniture. Having adequate ventilation will make the drywall sanding project much easier for both you, your family, and our team!
Cleaning Your Drywall
Once your drywall has been sanded, he will then want to consider having it cleaned before you can adequately apply any new wallpaper or wall color. If your drywall is not clean beforehand you may have lingering dust particles on the surface of the drywall that kind affect the texture and stickiness of the wallpaper or wall color to your drywall. We offer professional cleaning solutions that are provided after your drywall has been sanded so that the surface is clean and safely prepared for you to customize it.
How to Keep Your Drywall Clean
If you are unsure what you would like to do with your drywall but need to keep it clean in the meantime, we can also provide professional feedback on how to do so. There are numerous cleaning methods to keep dust and dirt at bay as well as removing any buildup, scuffs, discoloration, and stains from the drywall before you’re ready to add wallpaper or paint. If you have opted to paint your drywall, there are also cleaning methods to keep the dirt and buildup away from your drywall so that it does not discolor your overall paint job. You may also know that certain points or edges of your drywall are more prone to dirt and buildup because of their location, so utilizing our cleaning methods can ensure that they stay clean for long-term use.