Smooth Ceiling Finish
When you renovate your home from old fashion to new, you will most likely avoid popcorn ceilings and choose modern textures like knockdown and smooth ceiling.
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A proper finish can make your room look smaller or bigger as it can reflect lights that can highlight the imperfection of your room.
In the modern era, knockdown texture and smooth finish is growing their popularity. Knockdown is better than a smooth finish if you want a textured finish to hide imperfection or damage.
However, if you want to make your room bigger and lighter, a smooth finish is better than a knockdown. Also, it can higher the sell value of your home.
If you are not sure which type of finishing you want, then here is the comparison of both of them so that you can make a decision.
Pros & Cons
Adds Resale Value
Makes the room Brighter
Make the Space Wider
More Modern Outlook
Easy to Clean and Repair
Easy to Hide Blemishes
Doesn’t do Noise Suppression
Looks Somewhat Dated
Repairs are challenging
Smooth ceiling vs knockdown
- The application process of knockdown texture needs less preparation. Smooth ceilings require more work to prepare, and it needs perfection while applying as one mistake can make it look unsightly.
- The cost of knockdown texture is around $500 to $1,250, and the smooth ceiling cost is $450 to $1,090.
- To repair the knockdown texture, you need to blend the existing texture with the texture you are applying. A smooth ceiling does not require any similarities as you can easily remove the damaged area and add a new drywall piece.
- The rough texture of the knockdown texture makes it challenging to clean any dust and debris. The smooth ceiling is very easy to clean as it’s completely flat.
Go for Professional Service to Get Drywall Texture
Hiring a professional from Textures Pro is a faster and efficient way to get your house ceiling job done in a specific time. In this way, you can save up some time and get rid of all the hassle of doing all the work yourselves.
Let us do the makeover for your ceiling today!
If you have lived with popcorn ceilings for years, you may be annoyed by looking at them as they look outdated.