The Disaster Company assists homeowners, property owners and property managers with popcorn ceiling removal and replacement. Our clients often decide to replace popcorn ceilings with a more modern finish to increase the resale value of their property. Popcorn ceilings are also removed because they may contain asbestos. As a licensed General Contractor and a Certified Asbestos Abatement Company, we can address both of these needs. Our design team and construction professionals will give your property the fresh look it needs to attract prospective buyers, and our Certified Asbestos technicians will safely remove the hazardous materials that are often associated with popcorn ceilings.
Popcorn Ceiling Replacement
Popcorn ceilings were often used in the 1970’s, and buildings that still feature them look dated because of it. Removing your popcorn ceiling and replacing it with a smooth painted finished will give your living or work space a modern feel, and it will significantly increase its value. Real estate agents often encounter buyers who will use a popcorn ceiling to negotiate a lower sale price. By removing your popcorn ceiling ahead of selling your commercial or residential property, you will increase the chance of obtaining an optimum selling price. The Disaster Company will assist you in choosing a new look and finish for your ceiling that will improve your interior decor and increase the appeal of your property.
Replacing or Removing Popcorn Ceilings That Contain Asbestos
Popcorn ceilings in Ogden homes and commercial buildings that were built prior to 1979 may contain asbestos and pose a health hazard to its occupants. Asbestos has been found to cause cancer and severe respiratory illnesses, and although the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) banned the use of asbestos in the manufacture of construction materials in 1978, but it allowed builders and construction companies to deplete their existing inventory. Because of this some homes built into the 1980’s also have popcorn ceilings that contain asbestos. Due to the health risks that are linked with asbestos, it is important to have a Certified Asbestos Abatement Company like the Disaster Company perform the removal of your popcorn ceiling.
The Disaster Company will work with an industrial hygienist and third party accredited laboratory to test your popcorn ceiling for the presence of asbestos. Upon receiving a positive result, we start asbestos containment and remove your popcorn ceiling according to EPA standards. After we have performed your asbestos abatement, we will have the rooms in which we performed the work retested to guarantee the health and safety of you, your family, your employees and your tenants.
While it may be legal to remove or replace a popcorn ceiling yourself, it is safer to have a Certified Asbestos Abatement Contractor perform the removal and clean-up. If done incorrectly, asbestos dust may become airborne and will settle into your skin and lungs, where it can remain for several years and cause serious health problems. Additionally, it is illegal to paint over a popcorn ceiling because the act of rolling paint has the potential of disturbing the asbestos. By allowing the Disaster Company to remove and replace your popcorn ceiling, you are safeguarding yourself and the occupants of your building against the harmful effects of asbestos.
WHY CHOOSE THE DISASTER COMPANY
Our team of interior designers, construction professionals and asbestos abatement technicians have helped many homeowners, property owners, and property managers in Utah and Wyoming. We understand our clients’ dual need for both safety and securing their property value, and our full-service team can accomplish both goals promptly and professionally. The Disaster Company will help you achieve a look that will increase the value of your investment, while insuring your health. We provide excellent customer service and detailed estimates, and we will finish your renovation in a timely and efficient manner to minimize your losses and downtime.
Do you need to replace or remove your popcorn ceiling? Call the professionals at the Disaster Company.