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Ceiling Repair (Popcorn Ceiling)

Let our caring repair team make your ceiling better

Like parquet flooring, stipple ceilings are a thing of the past. At To Do-Done, our team of experts offers a hassle-free, safe, and affordable method of removing dated stipple (popcorn) ceilings from your home. If you’re looking for a simple yet effective way of giving your home the facelift it deserves, consider hiring our experienced team for a ceiling repair or stipple removal.

We can effectively remove a stipple ceiling, bringing it to a clean, flat surface. If the popcorn texture was hiding any damages in your ceiling such as water damage or cracks, we can also patch any size hole in your ceiling, leaving beautiful smooth plaster, easier to clean ceilings.

There are many reasons as to why our clients are choosing to have their stipple ceilings removed, whether looking to modernize the look of their home, increase their home’s value for resale, brighten up their space, want a healthier living environment, or otherwise.

As stipple ceilings are known to house common allergens, or in worse cases, asbestos, it is highly recommended to have this job done by a team of professionals. Our team of experts knows the necessary steps to safely and effectively remove or repair your stipple ceiling. If there are any marks or damages under the stipple, we can repair your ceiling so that it looks good as new!

If you currently have a stipple ceiling and would like to keep it that way, no problem. Ceiling repairs are also highly requested of our team. Some folks still enjoy this classic look or see it as a simple way to hide flaws in their ceiling, whether water damage, cracks, stains, etc. If you have a hole or crack in your ceiling, our team can patch it and apply stipple spray so that the damaged area is minimized and blends into the existing ceiling.

At To Do-Done, we take our work very seriously and complete each job with absolute precision and care. Trust the experts for your next renovation project! Contact us today to get started.


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