01/28/2018 So good to share...Pinterest0Facebook0Google+0TwitterLinkedinThe paint on your wall’s interiors will eventually peel off over time due to exposure from different elements. Wall repairs can be costly although it the average costs will depend on a variety of factors. To avoid calling plasterers in Sydney for repairs that could have been avoided and spending more than you should, keep your walls in good shape by doing the following ideas for maintenance. Regular wall cleaning Regular wall maintenance can be done by simple wiping the walls with dry or damp cloth. With light dust, you can do with dry cloth but for moderate to thick dust, use damp cloth to wipe off dirt. Remove traces of cobwebs, grime and other impurities. If there’s a need to wash the walls or wipe them with wet dust cloth or sponge, use the mildest detergent that you can find in the market. If you are going to wash your walls with soapy water, use less water and wipe the wetness off with clean cloth after. Using a lot of water can cause mildew and moulds especially for areas with poor ventilation. Do not use toxic chemicals for cleaning your walls to avoid damaging the paint. Check for issues If you find cracks, paint peelings, dents and other signs of dilapidation or with your assessment, the walls can no longer be restored with ordinary cleaning, it’s time to call plasterers in Sydney to resolve the issue. You can find contractors that specialize in plastering and wall restoration with a little search on the internet. Note down the problematic areas so you can show it to the plasterer when he arrives. After the inspection, ask for cost estimates to determine the amount of money you need to prepare for the project. Schedule the repair Once you ascertain that there is a need to rehabilitate your walls, call some trusted plasterers in Sydney to do the project for you. Set the repair on a weekend to minimize disruptions if the project site is in an office or commercial establishment. A weekday schedule is suitable if the project site is at home.