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Why hire a wallpaper repair service through Airtasker?
While wallpapers can be great and stylish additions to your interiors, they can also dampen the entire look of a room when damaged. However, replacing your wallpaper isn't always necessary–sometimes, they only need a quick touch-up. Once you start noticing any rips, holes, or loose edges, book a wallpaper repair service through Airtasker!
You no longer have to waste any time and energy searching for DIY remedies online or worry about ruining your wallpaper even further. Our Taskers can handle all sorts of wear-and-tear issues and bring your wallpaper back to life in no time.
Simply put up a task on our platform, let us know what needs repairing, and set your ideal schedule and budget. You'll then receive competitive offers from nearby wallpaper repair experts who can get to work right away. Choose the best Tasker for the job by checking their ratings and reviews from previous tasks, and just wait for them to arrive at your doorstep at your most convenient time!
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What do wallpaper repair services include?
A repair expert will arrive at your location to address your wallpaper concerns. Using the necessary tools, they can remedy loose wallpaper edges, patch-up holes, tears, and punctures, and even remove unwanted bubbles underneath your wallpaper. The actual process will depend on the repairs needed to fix your damaged or worn-out wallpaper.
Here's what we can help you with:
Peeling or loose wallpaper repair
One of the most common issues wallpapers suffer from is loose seams in between the strips. This particular problem tends to happen when too much paste is squeezed out upon installing the paper. For pre-pasted wallpapers, it could be due to their adhesives not sticking properly to the vinyl. Whatever the cause or reason, our Taskers can handle repairing peeling wallpaper. Using a small paintbrush, they can apply some wallpaper adhesive onto the wall, right underneath the loose seam. Then, they can use a wall seam roller to smoothen and flatten the edges back in place.
Wallpaper shrinkage repair
If your wallpaper has numerous gaps at the seams, then the problem is probably due to wallpaper shrinkage. Much like loose or peeling wallpaper, shrinkage occurs due to incorrect installation. Many factors can come into play, like if the adhesive wasn't strong enough or the paper was stretched too wide during application. For small gaps, your Tasker can cover them with paint or watercolour, provided that the shade matches your current wallpaper. However, for more significant gaps, your Tasker may need to re-apply your wallpaper for a more flawless finish.
Wallpaper hole repair
Repairing holes in wallpaper can be a tedious task, but it's nothing an expert wallpapering service can't handle. The process usually involves applying a wallpaper patch on the damaged area. Similar to installing new wallpaper, your Tasker can use wallpaper paste to put the patch in place.
If, by any chance, you have any excess paper from your previous installation job, let your Tasker know right away. They can take a piece from it and use to cover any holes or rips since it perfectly matches the wallpaper you have on. This step is also a perfect solution for repairing cracked ceiling wallpaper.
Wallpaper water damage repair
Getting water damage to your walls can be devastating. Not only will it ruin your wallpaper, but it will be seriously detrimental to the wall underneath as well Having a Tasker repair water damaged wallpaper entails removing the old one to be replaced with a new sheet. For worse damages, you may need a plasterer to fix the wall itself to prevent further structural damage from spreading.