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
The paint is peeling off the ceiling in our bathroom in some areas, what do I do?
I have a popcorn ceiling that is starting to crack. It would be a mess to remove it but it looks like it would come down fairly easily. But then what do I have to do ... See more
What are some nice ceilings with a beam
I have an old, dusty suspended ceiling in my entry and living room. Some of the 2'x4' tiles are breaking. Others have weird gray blobs attached that were left by the ... See more
this ceiling got wet due to a toilet overflow, before I bought the house 31/2 years ago. instead of replacing it, it appears the owners did a very poor hit and miss ... See more
What is the best, safest, and budget friendly way to raise a ceiling in a manufactured home? Thanking you in advance. :)
Can I cover my popcorn ceiling with a light board. I live in Florida and like the white beachboard look. I am a woman and try do do these projects myself so keeping t... See more
we put a new ceiling fan in the living room. I now want to add some sort of feature to the ceiling around the base of the base to add a little pop of distinction.,,,... 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.
use wood or laminating
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.
I am looking for a fairly easy and inexpensive way to cover up popcorn ceiling without having to take it down-
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
We scraped some rooms, the ceilings are in good condition ! So instead of scraping the rest of rooms what would be the least expensive way to cover them ?
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'm finishing off a screened porch that has a Southern exposure. I will be installing 2 ceiling fans to circulate air movement through the area. Is there any logic... See more