Wallpaper is typically considered to be an outdated method of decorating; however, there are many trendy designs and types of wallpaper that can be used to accent design features rather than as a full wall-to-wall covering. With that said, most cases of wallpaper removal are usually the result of outdated wallpaper or drastic changes in home design.

Getting rid of wallpaper can be somewhat challenging and time consuming. For many DIYers it is too much of a burden—that’s what our professional wall paper removal service is for. Giving you back your time so you can complete other projects around your home or to just simply enjoy it!

Wallpaper Removal Services

Wallpaper removal requires the use of specific tools, and of course, professional expertise. The type of wallpaper used also affects how you will go about getting it removed. Some wallpapers are made of fabric, while others are made of vinyl coating. Each type of wallpaper requires a specific kind of removal process.

Also, the way the wallpaper was initially applied also determines what removal process to use. Best case scenarios, the wallpaper comes off in entirety and does not damage the wall. If the wall weren’t primed before the wallpaper was applied, then removing the wallpaper will be more difficult.

In as much as you would like to DIY when it comes to wallpaper removal, it is best you let the professionals handle it for you. Our knowledge and experience mean, even when we run into difficulties, we know how to go about it without damaging your walls.

Why Bother With Wallpaper Removal?
When it comes to wallpaper removal, aside from removing outdated patterns, there are other practical benefits that come with wallpaper removal. As they age on the wall, wallpaper starts to peel and some even bubble, separate from the wall or turn a yellowish color.

Just as you would patch a dent and paint over it, removing wallpaper is a practical home design practice.

Wallpaper Removal Process
  • We start by spraying a non-toxic solution to prep the surface and allowing it to absorb into the wallpaper. This solution helps to loosen the “glue” or substance that was used to stick the wallpaper on in the first place.

  • Once the surface is saturated, we use a specific too designed to remove wallpaper. It helps to peel up the thin paper carefully from your walls and minimize any damage to your walls.

  • It is important to note that condition of the wall after the wallpaper is removed can only be determined after the removal of the wallpaper. Even with the utmost caution, removing wallpaper can lead to scuffs in the wall. Don’t fret! We’ll fix up any small surface imperfections we observe on the wall.

  • We clean up our work area and dispose of the remains of the old wallpaper. Residual residue from the wallpaper application is washed away.

  • We apply a primer after the walls are cleaned and sanded. Once the wall is primed and ready, we’ll apply your color of choice or leave it to you to complete a DIY paint application.