Thursday, May 1, 2008

How important is texture?

This is a question that many people ask and here is the answer.

If your drywall repair has a large area to match or if you want a perfect job you can re-texture the entire wall ( that depends on the experience of drywaller). If it's been a while since the wall was painted it should be prepared as you would for painting. The reason for that is to have a clean area of work and to make sure that the over spray is equal through the area that is worked on. So that when you paint the repair after it dries you can also paint the entire wall to have a more even finish. This is recommended for older houses that have old paint.

If you are in the San Diego are and need Drywall repairs or texturing you can contact us at .

San Diego Drywall and Painting Services by Roen Construction

Did you know that San Diego is known for the drywall professionals. As a drywall contractor I recommend that you make sure that the person or company you hire for drywall installation has the experience in the sheetrock install, taping and texturing process. Texturing is the final process to your finished product.

Texture may seem to be easy to do, but if not applied correctly may expose your patch or work when the pain is applied.

Always make sure the working area is clean before they start, this is to ensure the work to be completed in a timely manner. It says a lot that when the work is finished that the drywall person or drywall contractor doing the work cleans the working area.