Why Popcorn Ceilings?
From the 1950’s to the 1980’s “popcorn” ceilings were installed in most new constructions. Also known as the acoustic ceiling, the idea was that the rough ceiling texture would cut down on noise. It also covered any imperfections in the installed sheetrock ceiling tape joints. It gradually fell out of fashion in the 1980’s as its popularity dwindled and it seems that no one wants it in their homes anymore.
Popcorn Ceiling Texture Removal: Modernize The Look Of Your Home
The reason most people want popcorn ceiling texture removal services for their home is that it’s simply out of style. It dates a house, and the majority of home owners want a more modern look. Other than feathered hair and acid-washed jeans, nothing screams “1985” quite like a popcorn ceiling. The trend for ceilings now is minimal texture, even completely smooth.
Flat white is still the color trend for ceilings as it simply makes a room look and feel bigger, though larger rooms might benefit from using a lighter shade of the wall color for the ceiling.
We Do Popcorn Ceiling Texture Removal
We offer popcorn ceiling texture removal as part of our painting services. If you are interested in painting the interior of your home, we are happy to give you a free estimate including popcorn ceiling texture removal.
Leave it to our painting pros to take care of removing your outdated ceiling texture. It’s a simple update that really changes the feel of a home. We also take care of minor repairs among many of our other services, which include wall paper removal, pressure washing, deck staining, and stucco repair and painting.