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Virginia Beach Wallpaper Removal Professionals

Browse these wallpaper removers with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Virginia Beach.

Top Pro
  • 19 years in business
  • 71 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Diane T.
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Would have given more stars if I could. Showed up on time for quote and was available to do the job today. Job was to remove a painted popcorn ceiling and plaster smooth. Covered the floor completely and the walls and door with plastic and also put down paper in the hallway by the front door. The ceiling had been repaired in the past and looked bad. The ceiling now looks wonderful-can’t even see where the bad patch job was. Price was reasonable and the job was done quickly and neatly. Definitely having them come back and do more ceilings. Highly recommend.

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Cardinal Renovations
5.0
from 62 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 77 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Kathy R.
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Sean deconstructed our fireplace surround, removed a soffit, and scraped or ceiling. Job included mudding, skim coating, painting, installing large pendants, and completing the wiring. Everything looks beautiful. Thank you for a job well done!

JK Custom Painting
5.0
from 17 reviews
  • 14 hires on Thumbtack
Tim A.
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Interior painting multiple rooms and closest. He did an awesome job

PSL Painting and Remodeling
3.8
from 9 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 16 hires on Thumbtack
Cheli S.
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Phil was great, he was friendly and prompt. He brought all the necessary equipment, help, and gave recommendations on what we needed for the job. His associate Brian was polite and friendly. I will recommend him to friends and call him in the future if I need painting done!

John's Affordable Painting
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 29 years in business
Sharon F.
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John was was all of the above. The wallpaper is our living room was about 100 years old and had to be removed before the actual painting began.) We were very pleased with John's work and will be in touch with him in the near future for another job.

  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Jennifer A.
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Jason power-washed and painted our high-ceiling screened in porch. There was quite a bit of mildew and he took the time to remove all of it when power-washing and then used an additive to the Benjamin Moore paint to help prevent additional growth. We liked that he used a quality paint, was quick to respond, and communicative in setting up a time for the estimate and for coming to do the work.

Parker Enterprises

New To Thumbtack

  • 4 years in business
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What is the best way to remove wallpaper?

There are several proven methods for wallpaper removal; each has its pros and cons, but some are definitely easier. Peeling is usually the least painful, followed by soaking and stripping. Dry-stripping is the next most time-consuming, and steaming the most work. The average wallpaper removal job costs between $360 and $560. The method of removal can affect the cost, as steaming takes longer than peeling and will therefore typically cost more. Peeling wallpaper off is usually the quickest method. To see if your wallpaper can be peeled off, try gently edging up a corner and carefully peeling the paper off the wall in strips. If you can’t peel, then you’ll have to score and strip it, either by dry-stripping or by soaking and then stripping. Plaster walls can withstand moisture and can stand up to soaking and stripping, but drywall should not be soaked. For very stubborn wallpaper, steaming may be necessary, which is time-consuming but effective. If you prefer not to attempt these methods yourself, wallpaper removal pros have the proper tools and experience to quickly take down wallpaper and also repair any damage to your walls.

How much does it cost to remove wallpaper in a room?

The national wallpaper removal cost averages $360-$560, which will typically include multiple rooms. Pros often charge by the square foot to remove egregious wallpaper that is long past its prime. Wallpaper removal cost may range anywhere from 60 cents to $1.50 or more per square foot. A pro may estimate removal costs ranging between $160 and $300 for a medium-sized room. Costs can vary due to ceiling height, and some pros add a skim coat to make repainting or re-papering smoother. Here are some examples of average costs to remove wallpaper:

  • Foyer: 36-120 square feet, $21.60-$180.
  • Powder room: 16-36 square feet, $9.60-$54.
  • Living or dining room: 120-252 square feet, $72-$378.
  • Family room: 192-384 square feet, $115.20-$576.
  • Bedroom: 100-224 square feet, $60-$336.
  • Guest bath: 45-84 square feet, $27-$126.
  • Master bedroom: 168-384 square feet, $100.80-$576.
  • Master bath: 54-160 square feet, $32.40-$240.

Once the old wallpaper is gone, the average cost to install new wallpaper is $240-$350.

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