Textured ceilings, otherwise known as popcorn ceilings, became popular and designed back in the day to absorb and tone down room echo. Many older homes today still have popcorn ceilings.
Unfortunately, these ceilings can be very difficult to remove as a DIY project. The process of removing popcorn ceilings can also become a hazard considering the original popcorn treatment before 1981 contained white asbestos.
If you’re looking to give your home a more modern look or getting ready to place your home on the market to sell, consider our popcorn ceiling removal services. Watch our video on popcorn ceiling removal to see how we get the job done.