Wall texture can really add a unique look to your property and it is actually something that can be achieved without major work being done on your walls. When we are talking about drywall there are different ways that you could actually quickly get the right type of texture that you are looking for on your walls. Whether it be to match the rest of the wall or ceiling during a repair procedure or just to update the overall look of your home. If you want to explore wall texture as a way to decorate your home we would say that you are in the right place.
When some people hear that there is a possibility that they are going to be able to add textures to their walls or ceilings they take it upon themselves to find a way to have a unique pattern set up. If this is something that you think you may be interested in be sure to give us a call. As we have said there are a variety of ways to add texture to walls and ceilings. If we want to make sure that we are able to do so in an even fashion with unique texture we are going to need to take some extra steps.
Are All Methods As Effective?
Is using spray going to have the same long-lasting effect than using a roller is? Technically the answer is yes it should. As the paint begins to fade it would not be strange to see that some of the texture that was added begins to go as well. For the most part, though all of the different methods that we are going to use are going to be long term solutions. At least that is our intention!
Which Method Is Quicker?
Sometimes speed is a real concern for people. You know because living in a house that smells like fresh paint every day is not exactly ideal for most and we get why they happen to feel that way. If you are looking for the quickest method that could be up for debate. If you are using a roller you are going to have to wait along the same time as you would if you are painting. When you are using spray textured the wait time is around the same. Some would argue that spray texture can be applied faster so we may have to give that method the edge. Using a roller with a built-in pattern gives you more control over the texture. There are just so many things to consider!
Explore Your Options
There is a lot of previous work that we have done, that we are partiuclarly proud of we can show you that as a way to give you some ideas to help you decide what you think would look best on your walls. By all means, take your time to explore your options so that you can make the best choice.