Seal and Respray
Method for Acoustic Ceiling Texture
So, how do we do it? Before anything is covered and protected we move any small breakable items out of harms way. Next we move any furniture around so that the masking operation will run smoothly. Now, we are ready to get to work by covering the walls and floors. We use a combination of paper and plastic to ensure that nothing is left uncovered. We also drop any light fixtures, ceiling fans and heat registers so that nothing goes unnoticed. After everything is properly covered, we pay close attention to any specialized problems that your ceiling might have, such as replacing damaged sheetrock, repairing blistered tape seams or just plugging holes from old ceiling hooks. Once any problems have been taken care of we are ready to go after all the years of dirt, grime, cobwebs and dust that have stuck like glue to your acoustic ceilings.
The ceiling is sprayed with a synthetic oil-based sealer. This process encapsulates the old material, covering all of the grime, dirt and most water and nicotine stains. This is a very important process that not all Contractors do. The newly sealed material will be the base of your new white, clean ceiling.
After the sealer is dry we apply a new coat of non-asbestos acoustic ceiling texture. This will leave you with a nice, full, even coat of texture and give your ceilings the appearance of a brand new ceiling.
Feel free to contact us by e-mail, phone or fax at any time to discuss your needs. If you have any questions, comments or would like to schedule an estimate, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.