Repainting your home’s interior is one of the simplest and most economical ways to significantly increase property value. In fact, according to Time Magazine, repainting key areas in the right color can add as much as $5,440 to the house’s value. It’s no wonder then why many homeowners are scrambling to put a new coat of paint on their walls. In their rush, however, they gloss over one important step to ensuring a smooth, flawless paint job: repairing existing damage on the walls. Before you start choosing a different paint color, call a specialist in drywall services first for these easy fixes.
Use New Nails or Screws
Over time, the nails or screws used to hold drywall in place can get pushed out. Painters recommend securing the drywall again to keep it in line with the framing, but you can’t do this just by hammering the old nails back down and covering them up with compound. They will only pop back out, ruining the new layer of paint you will apply afterwards. A better solution would be to have your drywall repair professional remove the old nails or screws and replace them with new ones. The final step would be to apply at least three coats of joint compound to hide the nail or screw head. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2E7RcBi