I want to change the popcorn ceiling in my bathroom and eventually kitchen, how I do it without spending lots of money? Thanks.
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
We are renovating our 1960's foursquare style home. I want to have a tin/copper tile ceiling in the bathroom and decorative vinyl ceiling tiles in the living room. Th... See more
I want to remove the popcorn ceiling in my house. I know it's a mess to do. My concern is what is underneath. What do you do after popcorn is removed? Is it hard? Ug... See more
We have irregular duct work in our basement. Any idea on how to cover it so it’s uniform?
Is it safe to use old pressured treated fencing for ceilings and walls?
I have a log home and was thinking about pine planking. It might be too much wood. Any other alternatives?
I need quick easy soundproofing from noisy neighbors
I was using the knockdown one by Homax. On both bottles it stopoed spraying halfway through. I was shaking it in between sprays the whole time. Ibeven tried holding i... See more
What is a less expensive attractive alternative to these unsightly ceilings? We are not too terribly handy but they look awful even after painting! Help?
What's the easiest and less expensive and less mess way to cover them?
I would like to know if anybody knows how to make their own drop ceiling tiles. I have a few that I want to replace, but they are very expensive and I want to do it f... See more
use wood or laminating
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
Want to hide fan wire in concrete ceiling and attach it behind shitrock to electric outlet.
In our apt,they are individual ugly foam squares that are covered in water stains.can not be washed since they are foam and break.Looking for something to maybe cover... See more
I'm about to "attempt" removing a popcorn ceiling. Will I be looking at sanding/spackling afterwards? I sure hope not! Any tips to avoid that? I'm hoping the removal... See more
It is about 45 years old. why is is doing this and how can I fix it. Very high ceiling.