Popcorn Ceiling Removal Hillsboro

Repair & Refinish Company

  • Remove Non-Asbestos and Asbestos Popcorn
  • Z-prime / Shellac and Seal Existing Drywall Surface
  • Patch, Repair and Skim Coat The Existing Surface
  • Apply A New Texture To The Surface
  • Machine Brocade Texture and Orange Peel Texture
  • Smooth Finish and Hand Brocade Texture
  • Patch and Repair Drywall, Sheetrock or Lath and Plaster
  • Machine Brocade, Orange Peel, Smooth Finish & Hand Texture
  • Commercial, Residential, Remodel, and Restoration
  • Affordable and Competitive Rates For The Top Service

Popcorn Removal Service

Do you have old popcorn texture on your ceilings? Do you want to remove and replace it?

"They came highly recommended by my discerning sister who had incredible work done to her condo including popcorn ceiling removal. They turned around the estimate in a reasonable time and scheduled the job soon after. They finished the 4 1/2 day job within the estimated time at a fair price. I highly recommend and will use this company in the future."
Sam Ortiz

Reasons Why You Shouldn't Attempt To Remove Your Popcorn Ceilings All By Yourself

While many people think that they can easily remove their popcorn ceilings themselves, this article will discuss all the three reasons why you shouldn't. In a nutshell, you may see that it's worth leaving these types of jobs to the professionals, no matter how easy it may seem.

Asbestos Found In Your Ceilings

For older homes, particularly those that have been built before the year 1978, there's a higher chance that your ceilings may have been constructed with asbestos. This is a known carcinogen, which is considered to be a health hazard. Not only that, in most places, removing asbestos without certification and proper equipment is deemed to be illegal. Breathing in asbestos fibers may pose a health risk, not just to yourself, but also to everyone within the surrounding areas. The majority of professional ceiling contractors will initially take a sample from your ceiling to see if there's asbestos. This will help them quote you accurately and help them prepare in advance. On average, it takes around $75 to check for asbestos testing, all of which depends on which state or city you live in.

If your ceilings turned out to be positive and have asbestos, a licensed abatement company will have to remove it themselves. They will be the ones taking care of the entire process, including ensuring that the air inside your home doesn't contain any asbestos fibers. In addition to which, they will also be the ones to take care of the disposal. In general, it doesn't take more than a day to complete this entire process.

Ceilings Refinishing

On to our next reason why you shouldn't try removing popcorn ceilings yourself is the ceiling refinishing. Professionals are well-trained to handle those refinishing - and mind you, you might be in for a surprise when you see what's underneath those beautiful ceilings.

One of the significant advantages of having popcorn ceilings is that the contractors can entirely hide those imperfections. However, bear in mind that as soon as the popcorn ceilings are removed, bear in mind that these need to have the finishing touches - this includes refinishing, texturing, and painting.

With the help of a professional contractor, they will take care of everything, starting from removing the popcorn ceiling, prep it and finalize it with a modern finished texture. The entire process usually takes a full day, depending on the size of your home. With that in mind, to ensure that your home is well-protected from dust and debris during the entire process, the contractor will ensure that your home is completely sealed with the help of plastic sheeting.


Contrary to popular belief, hiring professionals are not expensive - at all. Considering that they know what they are doing, you don't have to deal with all the steps to remove your popcorn ceilings.

Just consider the cost, the tools that you need to buy, all the materials, not to mention that the time that you have to spend to remove the ceilings, you'll quickly see that it's not worth your time and effort, at all. Additionally, even if you have decided to remove those popcorn ceilings yourself, it doesn't stop there. You would still probably have to hire another contractor to finish the drywall, which still incurs you an additional cost. With a professional, you don't have to worry about it as they would take care of everything on your end.

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