If you have plaster at your property and it experiences some kind of fault, you need to take immediate and decisive action to ensure that the problem doesn’t get worse. Plaster is an excellent material that’s been used for hundreds of years by people all over the world, but while it has a number of physical qualities that make it attractive, it can be difficult to repair when it’s suffering from issues. At Okc Drywall Repair, we have a number of contractors on staff who are able to handle the repair processes required to restore plastered walls back to full health. You can find out a little more about this service by reading on below, or by reaching out to our customer service team on the phone.
Examinations and Inspections
When plaster suffers from some kind of decay or deterioration, it isn’t always immediately obvious what the cause is – especially for people who aren’t in the industry. We provide a estimate service to our customers to make sure that they have a clear understanding of the problem at hand, and what it’s going to take to get the situation resolved. There’s really no avoiding the repair process when plaster becomes damaged, so it’s just a matter of finding the right team to get the repair completed. We’re confident that the value and experience that you’ll gain access to through our business will allow us to easily outperform anything available through our competitors.
When something goes wrong at home, it can be tempting to break out your tools in an effort to resolve the situation on your own – and that’s understandable, as we’re all trying to cut costs where possible. But this isn’t one of those situations. Plaster is not a straightforward matter, and you need a lot of experience and specialist tools to ensure that the repair process goes smoothly. If you try to tackle this problem on your own, you’re far more likely to make matters worse rather than anything else.
One of the most common concerns with plaster is cracking – and it’s something that our team deals with on a regular basis. There are many different types of plaster cracks, and they don’t all indicate that there’s a reason to be worried. Our professionals will be able to pinpoint any areas of concern, or ease your anxiety by confirming there’s no structural issue present. Hairline cracks, delaminating cracks, and settlement cracks are the three most common cracks – and we’re equipped to handle the repair process for each of them.
A major concern for any property owner with plaster is the possibility of experiencing water damage. Water can be a real menace for plaster, and if you have an ongoing issue, there’s a good chance that the repairs will be difficult and disruptive – so you need to be extra vigilant to stop it from happening. Discolored plaster is an early sign of water damage, and requires you to uncover the source of the water. Bubbling plaster suggests a more serious water issue, and the possibility of mold development cannot be ignored. We can help you navigate these situations to limit the damage.