ceiling. Wednesday , January 04th , 2017 - 08:39:43 AM
By the turn of the 1960s, ceiling fans started catching on again slowly when they were imported to the US by some Asian manufacturers. But, when the energy crisis struck in the 1970s, there was a huge demand again, since they consumed much less energy compared to air conditioners, and their popularity remained high right up to the late 1980s. This was the time that saw the rise of well-known fan manufacturers like Casablanca Fan Company, Hunter Fan Co., FASCO, Lasko, and Emerson Electric. But, by the early 1990s, the sales started plummeting because of them becoming more expensive due to the high cost of American labor and parts, plus the ever reducing prices of amenities like air conditioners.
Once you finish off with the removal of popcorn from every part of ceiling, sand the ceiling using a pole sander. Repair the minor damages due to scraping. Fill the patches and rough spots created during sanding or scraping. Apply skin coats of joint compound to fill in the low spots, if any. Apply prime coats and paint the ceiling with required color scheme that will match the walls. Now, clean all the mess and roll up the contractor's paper laid on the floor. Remove the plastic sheets from the wall very carefully.
The most expensive wood used when putting together this ceiling, is cherry. A cost-effective option would be to opt for painted drywall coffer panels, and stained beams as opposed to an all wood structure. The standard rates for a coffer ceiling installation job, runs anywhere from $15 to $29/sq ft. depending on the type of wood, the design intricacies and how much work is put in while installing the entire ceiling. Other wood options that you can consider are maple, oak or poplar. For simple coffer options, the cost greatly decreases, where even labor costs need to be separately evaluated to conclude on a final price.
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