The paint is peeling off the ceiling in our bathroom in some areas, what do I do?
Remove a texture from a ceiling
Rather than re-texturing and painting my sloped ceiling I want to place wood on it making it look more coastal. What do you recommend for an inexpensive fix?Lauren Bl... See more
I want to cover this beam. What is the least expensive way to make this look like a wood beam?
I want to put the tin look wall paper on the ceiling and wondered if that was feasible? Has anyone done this or would it just fall down?
Besides sheetrock on a bathroom ceiling, is there another product I can use, that would be easier to clean. We have a build up of mold that is difficult to clean of... See more
What is the best, safest, and budget friendly way to raise a ceiling in a manufactured home? Thanking you in advance. :)
I have three rooms with vaulted ceilings and I am trying to decide if I want to remove the popcorn texture or cover with tiles, with a texture board. I need some guid... See more
Older farmhouse with not so smooth ceilings. Is there anything on the market to use as a cover-up such as lightweight boards, etc.
I need quick easy soundproofing from noisy neighbors
Bathroom ceiling has cracking paint. Tried everything but still cracks
You did a project on this. I would like to do this to my 704 sq ft den ceiling to hide flaws. Where do I buy them and approx cost per box? Thanks. Sallie Norman (sall... See more
When we built our home I wanted that popcorn ceiling,I thought it was so cool!! Well now I wish I hadn't done it. Anyone know a easy way how to get it off the ceiling... See more
I've removed old light fixture, LED recessed cans. Now I have wholes in my ceiling to be repair - please advise.
I live with my 75 year old mom, my room is upstairs and I have slanted ceiling.Tried painting just not doing it for me.All ideas are welcome
I don't know whether we need to contact someone before removal. How would we find someone to check about possible asbestosis?
I want them to go away. I have heard one way is to use a spray bottle and putty knife. I know this is way time consuming and messy. I have also heard of doing 1/4 inc... See more