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SEIDMAN PAPERHANGING 

PAINTING & WALLPAPER REMOVAL

 Camden County, Burlington County, Gloucester County, Mercer County, Salem County NEW JERSEY & PHILA, PA. AREAS WITH QUALITY & CUSTOMER SERVICE SINCE 1974

Old Fashioned Detailed Craftsmanship and Dependability   Licensed, Insured and EPA RRP Certified

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Sample of work and repairs

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Unprimed sheetrock removal

I use a very safe environmentally friendly enzyme that breaks down adhesives quickly with virtually no sheetrock damage

Working neatly

I take off the top layer to absorb the moisture and protect the floor taping plastic to the baseboard to prevent water damage to your floors

Sheetrock joins

You could see this join through the old paper.

Repairs

I used tape with more joint compound to hide the seam both vertically and horizontally

Plaster cracks

This can be normal with old plaster

Starting repairs

I use a webbing to strengthen the plaster where needed

Webbing

The webbing is self stick to enhance the bond

Finished

After a couple layers of joint compound the wall is smooth & strong again. Sanding is usually not necessary, but if it is I use a sander attached to a vacuum to prevent dust

Loose plaster

The keys broke away from the lath. I drilled small holes and used a substance behind the plaster to re attach it to the lath making it strong again

Priming

I always prime sheetrock and size plaster

Better seams

I overlap an make sure that the paper stays level

Overlapped

I overlapped this vinyl about 1/4 inch

Double-cutting

Using a straight edge I carefully cut through both pieces of vinyl

finishing

I take off the top piece and the bottom piece of vinyl so that it lays back down smoothly

seaming

This process makes an invisible seam

Laying thick vinyl down

I use friction to heat up the vinyl to make it compliant

Finished room
Cutting

Good cuts are very important to a professionally finished room

Seaming

Make each seam as invisible as possible. It's just as important to finish a room properly as it is to begin it.

Finished rooms
Finished room

 

 

 

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