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Ask Angie: Who should fix a wall after plumbing or electrical work?
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Dear Angie: When you have electrical, plumbing or certain other kinds of work done that may require a hole in a wall, who’s responsible for repairing it? The plumber or electrician? Or do I need to hire someone else?

— Christina S., Dumfries, Virginia

Dear Christina: You ask a good, and common, question. The short answer is that you probably don’t want an electrician or plumber fixing a hole in your wall — it’s not their specialty.

My experience is that most plumbers and electricians who’ve earned top ratings from Angie’s List members don’t build this kind of repair work into their bids. They focus on their core competency. Some may repair very small holes, but will likely include that in their bid.

This is something you should talk with your service pro about before you sign a contract or make a hire.

My bet is you’ll probably be happier if this repair work is done by a professional who specializes in wall repair, such as a drywall expert or interior painter. For instance, textured walls and ceilings or plaster often prove to be difficult for novice drywall finishers.

If your repair job is simple or very small, you may be better off hiring a handyman service or making it a DIY project. If you choose to complete the patch yourself, you’ll need certain tools and materials, inclu…………… continues on Lexington Herald Leader

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