Ready to sell my home and was going to have the popcorn ceiling removed. Found out that it has asbestos in it. Have a large home so trying to find the most cost eff... See more
Following our wildfires in Gatlinburg in Nov 2016, I needed to replace a ceiling in my Florida room. After removing the ceiling, I realized I had beautiful, pristine ... See more
Hate the popcorn on my ceilings. Have had 2 back surgeries so scrapping it off is not an option. Is there some way to cover it that won't lower the ceiling? Should I ... See more
Here is a picture of the first step of redoing a really old ceiling fan. I removed two of the country glass shades and replaced with black metal and Edison bulbs. Lov... See more
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.
Hi! What can I use to cover the lights in our basement where lots of light still shows through? The plastic stuff that was there just busts when I tried inserting it ... See more
Our Church Community Room was built in the late 1800's. It has a canvas ceiling. Unfortunately, someone painted it many years ago instead of white washing (or whateve... See more
how can I cover sunroofs in living room to keep the room cooler and let in the light
I'm looking for creative ways to update and make ceiling tiles or to cover them.
Hi: I took down ceiling tiles from my attic spare room. There is a lot of glue and tile remnant left. I tried to apply a heat gun with no luck and adhesive remover... See more
What is the easiest, cheapest best way to get rid of the popcorn ceilings? Any help would be appreciated.Ellen Row
WE have an old 2 story farmhouse and was thinking of this for the laundry room and using the same metal for the front of the cupboards...using wood accent walls..what... See more
Back sometime in the mid 1980s my ceiling was textured with LOTS of plaster, using a pouncing motion with a plastic bag. Instead of a light texturing, the ceiling is ... See more
Has anyone attempted to remove popcorn ceiling, I know you can wet it and scrape but I do not want to take the chance of messing it up and having to replace the ceili... See more
i am restoring a house built in 1840. It has lead many lives, maybe a few with my ancestors owing or visiting the home. I fear disturbing the present popcorn ceiling.... See more
I have an idea for creating a ceiling fan with a light attachment made of sewing hoops but I don't know what to look for as a base for the actual light fixture.