Worrying about the peeling of wallpapers in your home renovation? Don’t!


For someone who has recently renovated their home or workspace, it’s only natural that they question the longevity and repairing options of the wallpaper and wall covering. The peeling of the wallpapers is a problem everyone who has undertaken a home renovation worries about.

Peeling can occur if the adhesive used for sticking the wallpaper onto the wall has been applied unevenly or insufficiently. But, hey, though the peeling occurs not so often, there are remedies! You can get on with your home renovation without much ado or delay.


Do you always have to call in a professional to get the job done? Not at all!

In case the affected area is small, just bring in a wallpaper seam adhesive, a rug, a paint brush and a wallpaper roller, and get on with it! It’s easy. Just do the following DIY steps. Align the wallpaper rightly to the wall. Then apply the adhesive over the affected area that has been making you cringe. Then firmly and with care press the wallpaper and run it over with the roller (provides a good exercise for the arms, eh?) Clean off the excess adhesive with the rug. That’s it!

If you are worried about the soaring, stifling summer temperatures affecting your home renovation or existing decorations, you need not be- unless you have placed the wallpaper or covering near a fireplace or something, in which case your wallpaper is in danger of getting burned.


However, there is bad news for you if the peeling has been the outcome of a leakage. Repairing that is tough. One might even say it’s irreparable. You might have to renovate your entire wall. Oopsies!


A professional wallpaper contractor with experience can be trusted with the proper application of the wallpaper and wall coverings. You can sit back and relax, as we provide skilled and competent professionals who have been in this field for quite a long time. And if there are any problems, we are more than happy to help you out.

Do get in touch with us when you have any query or doubt about home decoration and home renovation.
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