Stucco ceiling repair and painting is a service we get asked about a lot. Whether it is something obvious like smoke or water damage, or simply fading from the sun, it’s important to keep your stucco ceiling in tip-top shape.
One of the great things about a stucco or popcorn ceiling is that it can hide surface dirt better than a flat ceiling. But, even though things may not be as noticeable, stucco ceilings still get dirty, sun-damaged, dingy and worn with age.
If you want to keep your stucco or popcorn ceiling looking great, follow our tips on stucco repair and painting.
Popcorn/Stucco Ceiling Quote – Call Now For Free Estimate
Does your popcorn or stucco ceiling need a fresh coat of paint? Do you need to repair your ceiling? Call Home Painters Toronto for a free cost estimate. We are clean and efficient and make it easy for you to NOT-DIY for this job. Call us at 416-494-9095 to learn more.
How To Keep Your Stucco or Popcorn Ceiling in Top Shape
Stucco ceilings, like any other surface, can experience water or smoke damage, fade due to sunlight, and get dirty, dingy and worn with age. Don’t neglect your ceiling. To keep your ceiling looking great, it’s important to make ceiling painting and repairs a part of your regular home maintenance.
How Often Should You Paint or Repair Your Popcorn Ceiling?
In order to keep your ceiling in good shape, regular maintenance is key. So how often should you refresh your ceiling? Well, the thing with a popcorn ceiling is that it can hide dirt and grime well. Ceiling paint tends to last twice as long as wall paint. Many professionals believe a ceiling should be repainted approximately every 10-years.
But, if your ceiling falls into disrepair before then, it’s important to make the fixes as soon as you can.
Painting A Stucco Ceiling
A dirty ceiling in disrepair will call attention to itself, even if your ceiling wasn’t part of your style or design. That’s why it’s important to keep your ceiling clean and freshly painted. If you are looking to add style to your room, you can add a lot of character by painting your ceiling. There is a wide range of masonry paints on the market now which means you have an extensive choice of colour. Painting your ceiling can also improve the air quality in your home by reducing the dust that is attracted to untreated stucco.
There are several steps involved in painting a stucco ceiling which is why many homeowners leave the task to the professionals. From dusting and cleaning the ceiling to priming and painting, it’s a big job that can really weigh on your neck, shoulders and arm muscles. Consider hiring in the professionals and you’ll rest easy!
Paint Your Ceiling White – white is a common paint colour for a popcorn ceiling. It is crisp and clean. So when it comes time to freshen up your ceiling, white can be a great way to go.
Consider a Colour – ceilings with colour are making a comeback! Designers will regularly choose a contrasting or complimentary colour for a ceiling to extend the space. If you are looking to add some style to your space, consider adding a colour to your ceiling.
Repairing a Stucco Ceiling
Keeping your ceiling in good repair is crucial to the overall maintenance of your home. Here are common repairs we regularly see
Repairing Cracks in a Stucco Ceiling – it’s important to repair cracks as soon as they’re noticed. First of all, a crack can be a natural breeding ground for mould. Also, repairing cracks can help strengthen your ceiling and extend the life of the existing stucco.
Repairing Water/Smoke Damage – water and smoke damage can quickly turn an unobtrusive ceiling into an ugly mess. As soon as you notice the signs of water or smoke damage, it’s important to call in the professionals.
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