Before: Scraped ceilings are rough and ugly. After: Ceilings have been resurfaced to a smooth finish

Scraped Concrete Ceilings: The Popcorn is Gone, But Now What?

Scraped Concrete Ceilings: The Popcorn is Gone, But Now What? If you have a condo in a highrise building, it likely has concrete ceilings. Those ceilings are probably covered in some sort of texture–either the really rough popcorn popular in the 1970s, or the lighter texture that’s still being applied today (yes, still!). If you’ve removed the texture yourself, no doubt you’ve realized that the ceilings …

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Renovating While Working Full-Time

Renovating While Working Full-Time Managing a renovation can be a full-time job. This is why a vast majority of homeowners doing renovations to their homes, choose to hire a general contractor to oversee and direct sub-trades, such as carpenters, plumbers, electricians, etc… Unfortunately, hiring a general contractor is not always an option, and it comes at a rather hefty price …

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The Shocking Truth About Popcorn Ceilings and Asthma

  Do you or a loved one suffer from asthma or other respiratory illnesses? If so, you know just how valuable good air quality is. You may be shocked to learn that an overlooked part of your home could be affecting your air quality and contributing to asthma symptoms.   Popcorn Ceilings and Asthma Just Don’t Mix  Asthma is a chronic …

Covering Popcorn Ceilings: Before and after photo of a dining room in Delta

Covering Popcorn Ceilings

If you’re reading this, you probably have popcorn ceilings that you’d like to have disappear forever. Welcome to the club–we hate them too. At RemoveCeilingTexture.com, as our name points out very clearly, we remove ceiling texture. But what we really do is provide smooth ceilings. And while the end product of smooth ceilings is always the same, our method to …