I have hideous popcorn ceilings. Until I can either cover or remove them, I’m stuck with them in my small condo. I would like to change out the lighting but in... See more
We took out the partitioning that divided this room in two. The problem is that it now has two mismatched lights and a cracked seam running through the ceiling. We do... 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
Kitchen ceiling has water stains. Ideas other than paint to cover
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
Hello everyone!Whats the easiest, way to remove popcorn ceiling? Popcorn everywhere including the bathroom.
There is the pink insulation-which must stay for sound and warmth. But the ceiling is LOW and there is duct work dropping down 😟 I've seen pics of open basement ... See more
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?
What is the price for sq. feet? Is it possible to DIY?
Our home was built in the 70's. The popcorn ceilings are dust traps!
How do you get rid of a popcorn ceiling/walls? Do I have to drywall over everything? It was done to hide cracks from an old home.
I don't know whether we need to contact someone before removal. How would we find someone to check about possible asbestosis?
My house is a 113 yr old row house that originally had plaster ceilings. When water and electric were finally installed in the house, they made lots of holes in the ... See more