Why Pay Someone, When You Can Probably Patch the Drywall Yourself?!
That includes not only un-clutter the closets, cleaning base boards, and washing windows, but also includes repairing any imperfections in your drywall surfaces. Imperfections as simple as doorknob indentations, surface imperfections from children’s toys, to noticeable holes whether in inconspicuous, or inconspicuous places.
The video below will show you some basics of patching drywall in the home.
Repairs that would be pretty simple to do, even for the least handiest of people. I know that Home Depot and Lowes sell kits for drywall repair, and those may help in making the process even more fool-proof, and less messy, or frustrating.
Of course for any more substantial repair of drywall, requiring perhaps a new section of board to be installed, I would suggest hiring a professional, unless you consider yourself very handy around the house.
You may even ask a friend, if he or she has ever done that kind of work, and perhaps they can team up with you to show you how.
For referrals for more substantial drywall repair, or handy-men services, feel free to text or call me at 502-619-4185. I have compiled a complete list of service providers, and would be happy to share.