Popcorn Ceiling Removal Torrance CA
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Popcorn ceiling removal is a very common home upgrade installed by a Torrance professional contractor that has become quite popular in the recent years. Getting rid of that old ceiling will completely change the look and feel of your home for the better. While most people find that popcorn ceilings are unattractive for the most part, they did have some unique benefits. Its unique texture helps to hide flaws and other ceiling damage. The fact it is thick and has that bumpy texture helps the acoustics in your home and helps to reduce sound levels in noisy areas.
The texture of a popcorn ceiling can be somewhat of a toxic environment. Since it is naturally porous, it acts like a sponge and things like bad odors, dust, smoke residue and dirt all cling to the ceiling. Cleaning a textured ceiling is an act of futility as you will invariably cause a being mess in the process. Opting for a popcorn ceiling removal would remove all of that unwanted “sponge” and give your home a chance to look clean and smell fresh. That alone is worth setting up an appointment for a removal.
There is a very important factor you will need to take into account as you are considering a popcorn ceiling removal. Any home built before 1980 contains varied amounts of asbestos in the fibers that make up the popcorn ceiling. Anything in your home that you are looking to remove that has asbestos needs to be handled safely to ensure that no one comes in contact with asbestos as it is very detrimental to one’s health. People, pets and items in your home can all easily become contaminated if the material is not removed and disposed of with care.
Whether you are looking to improve the air quality of your home or looking for a project to improve upon the appearance of your home, a certified contractor can help you plan your popcorn ceiling removal and do so with your budget in mind. If asbestos is in fact present, you will also need to make sure that the contractor is also asbestos certified, to ensure the safety of everyone involved. If you are interested in getting started, please begin the process by filling out the form located on this page today. Let us find the right professional for the job, one who cares about doing a good job and can keep everyone healthy while doing it.