Aside from obvious aesthetic issues and outdated ceiling patterns, popcorn ceilings are a bit more harmful than you think. For instance, professionals at the time were able to achieve this textured look using asbestos. Unfortunately, asbestos was recognized as a safety hazard in 1978 due to harmful substances.
Suppose your ceiling has any apparent damage with exposed material interiors. In that case, you need to remove your popcorn ceiling right away. These damaged ceilings can expose you and your family to harmful substances. While undamaged popcorn ceilings are still deemed safe, removing them is still the best option to ensure that your family is safe.
Additionally, popcorn ceilings can also affect a room’s lighting because of their rather bumpy surface. The light tends to bounce off the uneven texture and cause unattractive shadows throughout the room. If you want to create a relaxed environment, then you should definitely opt for smooth drywall ceilings.
Luckily, our skilled professionals will help you get rid of those displeasing textured looks. We will help you transform your ceiling into something more modern. Additionally, you don’t have to worry about clean-up services. Our team of professionals are trained to remove and remodel your ceiling with minimal dirt, dust, and debris.
In any popcorn ceiling removal process, you need to know that it can be quite messy. Luckily, our team of professionals understands the proper techniques to accomplish the task as clean and mess-free as possible. Here are just some of our company protocols when it comes to removing popcorn ceilings to give you an insight.
We start off by removing any furniture from the room. Don’t worry about the process, as our contractors will make sure to consult with you every step of the way. Removing the furniture and covering walls with a protective layer of plastic will keep the room dust and damage-free. You may also need to turn off your HVAC system, cover the vents and electrical outlets.
Afterward, we make sure to remove the popcorn ceilings using a series of steps that can allow us to get rid of the texture safely. Since popcorn ceilings were a trend in the 1970s, it is definitely an outdated design today. We can help you achieve your modern interior goals if you contact us today.