Flatten Ceilings: Remove Popcorn and Stucco
Up to about 10 years ago, stucco or otherwise known as “popcorn” ceilings have been the trend. But things are changing. The new trend is for cleaner, simpler, and more finished areas, hence the need flat ceilings. Most stucco can be removed without requiring major reconstruction of your ceiling. Removing stucco ceiling can be a messy and time-consuming job for one person but the result is the flat smooth ceiling of your dreams. This is where Sunwest Painting comes in and we can fulfill that need for flat ceilings
What does flattening your ceilings do to your interior?
Why would someone go to the trouble of removing the stucco since it is such a big project? Well there are several benefits to flattening stucco ceilings. Consider this:
- It will make your room look a lot bigger. The new flat ceilings will make the room look less busy and cleaner, opening up the space.
- Another key benefit is it allows one to install pot lights. Pot lights not only enhances the lighting options, but it makes the room look sleeker, brighter, and more finished.
- Flattened stucco ceilings are cleaner and more hygienic. Stucco is a huge breeding ground for dust, dirt, grime, cobwebs, and more. You can go for years with your ceilings being filthy and not even knowing it. With flat ceilings, any extreme defects and dirt can be visible, so you can clean them easily with a vacuum whenever necessary.
- The most obvious reason is they just look better and more modern. Without a doubt, this can be one of the biggest treats for your interior. Bigger, sleeker, more modern, cleaner…who can argue with that!
When it comes to flattening popcorn ceilings, most of our customers are worried about what’s going to happen to their home. Sunwest Painting stands behind our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, which means that we will not consider the project finished until your home is completely clean and left in better condition than when we first arrived! NO choking on plaster dust, NO scuffs on your floors, and NO mess for you to worry about! We use plastic sheeting and drop cloths to completely protect your furniture, walls, and floors.