Interior Walls

The walls in your home are constructed of wood and other materials which are subject to normal expansion and contraction.

Use care when you hang pictures and other decorative items. The wall board will be damaged if it is hit with a hammer. Costly repairs can be avoided by using picture hooks and other supplies from a home center or hardware store. Always repair nail holes with a dab of spackle or putty.

The walls in your home are textured for beauty and style. The texturing material is relatively soft and can be damaged by scrubbing with abrasive cleansers and rough brushes or cloths. Small finger smudges may be removed from the walls with a solution of warm water and a mild soap. Wash gently with a soft sponge or cloth. Rinse and wipe off the excess water carefully. Do no permit the wall board to become soaked with water. Larger spots, not easily removed by cleaning, will require paint touch up. The pattern in textured walls can vary and is difficult to duplicate when repairs are made.