Polo Island HOA-Wellington Pro Painters & Popcorn Removal

Premier Interior/Exterior Painting and Popcorn Ceiling Removal Company for Polo Island HOA Residents

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Polo Island HOA-Wellington Pro Painters & Popcorn Removal

Wellington Pro Painters & Popcorn Removal has been doing residential painting in Polo Island HOA for many years. We handle other tasks like commercial painting, popcorn ceiling removal, drywall installation, drywall repair, and smooth ceiling finish. The other services include commercial popcorn ceiling removal, residential popcorn ceiling removal, and orange peel ceiling.

Preparing the wall for painting is essential. This will require patching. This is one of the primary steps that we start with. Sometimes, however, it’s more than a little spackling or a knife. To get great results, we use more than that. These wall patching tips and products will make our job easier, save time and help achieve flawless results.

Before painting, we prime patched areas made from traditional patching materials with a sealing primer. Foggy patches could result from repaired areas showing through the paint job. We can avoid this extra step if we use a self-priming adhesive. There are many brands to choose from.

While it is acceptable to repair small holes in walls with a patching compound, it is best to use a joint material that reacts chemically for more extensive repairs and deeper holes. These compounds come in powder form and can be set up in five to 90 minutes.

We mix the water, and the reaction begins. The compound will harden within the time specified. We purchase the powder in a 5-lb. package. The combination sets quickly, and we apply it immediately. Setting-type compounds can be more difficult to sand than regular patches, so we strike them flush with the surface before filling the hole. Setting-type combinations are available wherever we can buy drywall tape.

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Examine the damage

The damage to your drywall will determine the materials and methods we need. We can repair a minor puncture of a few inches by filling it with a spackle and sanding it until it dries. Then we paint over it.

We may require a tape measure, utility knife, and patch kit for larger holes. We can quickly gather the necessary items by inspecting the damage and then get to work.

Push in Protrusions

Drywall damage does not only involve punctures or holes. Sometimes, some drywall may stick out from where a picture frame hanger, nail, or fastener was removed. We will need to create a small dent directly on the protrusion with the joint compound. The blemish will disappear in no time.

Spray on Stress Cracks

Fine cracks in your drywall can develop as the ground below us shifts. We can use spray-on crack repair solutions to fix these fractures. This will protect the walls from further fractures and cover the lines.

We can then paint over the spray areas to make your wall look brand new.

Patch over Small and Medium-Sized Holes

We will use your patching kit to hide the damage caused by an object that pierced the drywall. The kits come with at least one self-adhesive mesh patch that can be used to cover the hole.

Once we place the patch, we lightly apply a light coat of joint compound to the entire area. We will feather the edges to prevent excess compounds from accumulating on the unaffected surface. If necessary, we can apply another coat once the patch is dry. Next, we sand the repaired area until it is smooth and flush with your wall. Contact us today to give your wall an executive paint finish and add value to your premises.