Preparing A Popcorn Ceiling For Ceiling Tiles

Sometimes, one needs to remove their current pipe insulation for them to install a new one. Depending on how humid a house basement is and how frequent the pipes sweat, the foam pipe insulation can be removed after a few years of use.

Cleaning the mold is another beast all on its own. Know going into the mold remediation process, depending on the size, quantity and type of mold present professional mold restoration services might be the better option. Professional mold restoration services are provided by trained professionals. They know exactly what they are doing and can have life back to normal before many homeowners can even have the area prepped for the cleaning and mold St Johns process.

Be sure to have two kinds on hand. Painter’s plastic can be used to cover shelves and articles around the room. It’s far less expensive and comes in handy for just covering the odds and ends.

NOTE: Always work in areas from the top to bottom. Paint Ceiling first, then walls, then the trim or moldings. Always brush the edges (cutting in) first prior to rolling. When cutting in make sure you feather out the edges.

The first step is to add the width of all walls in the room together. Multiply this sum by the height of one wall from floor to ceiling (or, the circumference of the room times the ceiling height). If you have a number of windows and doors, subtract the square footage of those openings. This final number will give you the exact area of wall space you will paint.

Bathroom carpeting, throw-rugs, and ceiling tiles that become infected with mold and mildew need to be taken down and disposed of in a secure plastic bag. It is recommended that a mask be worn when disposing of mold infected items in order to avoid allergens.

The last thing you have to do is to install the blades and cover. The product manual may have specific instructions on this. Test the fan by turning on the power. If the fan doesn’t function or if it wobbles, you may have to check the parts and connections again.

Raymond Martinze