There was a time when popcorn ceilings, also known as stucco or cottage cheese ceilings, were a residential industry standard. These ceilings were lauded for their low cost, noise reduction, and tendency to hide marks and scratches. However, in more recent years, popcorn ceilings have fallen significantly out of favor due to their antiquated look and potential health hazards.

If you still have an old popcorn ceiling in your home, now is the time to get it replaced. Popcorn Ceiling removal in Orlando homes is simple and easy with the assistance of a professional ceiling refinishing company. As a homeowner, you may have been considering popcorn ceiling removal for a while, but you have no idea where to begin. Removing your popcorn ceiling without any guidance is a bad idea. Before you begin the project, here are some important things to consider:

  • Labor. Do I need help with this project? Because of the physical labor involved, you may not want to tackle removing a popcorn ceiling by yourself. Having a professional crew take care of it may be a better option.

  • Additional construction. What is your goal? Once you have removed your popcorn ceiling, you will likely want to have additional work done or new paint applied. That being said, it’s a lot easier to use the same company to both remove and replace your popcorn ceiling.

  • Time requirements. How long will this take? Getting an estimate from your ceiling removal business will help you plan your family’s time at home around the project.

If you are interested in popcorn ceiling removal in Orlando, contact New Ceilings. Finding out the time and cost of having your popcorn ceiling replaced is fast and easy, and we will give you a free estimate. Having more information can only help you make a good decision for your family and home. Visit our website to learn about our services.

Also, share this post if you or someone you know is looking to remove a popcorn ceiling. Let us and them know why you want it removed and what your overall goal is for your renovation.