How do I raise a ceiling. My kitchen ceiling is 11 inches lower than the living room and dining room ceiling. Why I don’t know. How difficult is it to move it up?
I have a 1969/70 radiant heat system in my home. The wires are on the ceiling. I know not it is not as efficient as other systems but I like it. There is no heat pump... See more
I don't work with electricity at ALL, and without having to call an electrician, is there a way to cleanly add a ceiling medallion around a ceiling fan/light fixture ... See more
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?
I have old cardboard tiles on my ceiling and I want to paint it to look like new. Any ideas How to make it an easy fix.
Can I use tin peel and stick tiles over popcorn ceilings, and how would I secure them/get them to stick and to stay if I do so?
We have acoustic 12” tiles in every room of our little country home and at our age removing them is not an option and since they are not real level is there any way... See more
I want to update my ceilings from the dated popcorn ceiling. I want to keep my cost low since I am on a budget. I do not want to empty each room because I have large ... See more
I have a 20’x10’ suspendedceiling in the lanai of our manufactured home. Some tiles have gaps or chips. Is there an inexpensive way to make them look fresher and ... See more
I would prefer not to take the circle things and trim off the ceiling, just like to cover it up the cheapest and easiest.
Our house is 10 years old, and that ceiling is in every room. I don't want to get into something that I will make a horrible mess of, and wind up regretting that I ev... See more
I know it is not cheap to remove painted popcorn. Is there another option for my ceilings? The living room is vaulted. Square footage of the home is 1500.
Purchased older home, wallpaper has been on for thirty plus years. Same with popcorn ceilings. What to use on ceilings after removal. Walls and ceilings are smooth l... See more
We removed our popcorn ceilings, now it’s time to cover up the visible dry and wall. whats the next process? Do we do texture and paint or can we just paint?
Should be try and remove it all and then retexture the ceiling or try and just knock off the popcorn and leave the texture and paint?
Our home was built in the 70's. The popcorn ceilings are dust traps!
Should the popcorn be removed before the cover ceiling.I t is falling off??? 1 big chunk fell off about the size of the palm of your hand.
I am trying to find something for a ceiling for my basement to cover the pipes.
We are adding onto our home and doing all the work ourselves. (My hubby is a contractor, but we don't want to pay someone to come in and do something that we are capa... See more
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
We've had one ceiling with small cracks due to settling. It's difficult to match spackling when painting and a smooth ceiling would update our home.