Popcorn Ceilings Be Gone Thanks to the Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket
Posted April 26th, 2016 at 5:06 am
The Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket is a new innovation in home improvement tech. The bucket was designed to catch and contain up to 99% of the debris during a popcorn ceiling removal. “No more dirty floors, rolls of plastic drop cloths, or hours of clean up”, says Chase Brogan, Licensed Home Improvement Contractor and creator of the Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket.
Since the 1960’s homes have been built using popcorn ceilings as a quick and inexpensive method of finishing a room. Over the years the popcorn ceiling’s popularity has waned as homeowner’s tastes have shifted. Popcorn ceilings are hard to clean and difficult to paint over or repair, which has lead their removal to steadily become one of the most requested remodeling procedures of home contractors. The Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket is a highly utilitarian tool for home contractors and do it yourselfers by eliminating the mess and significantly reducing cleanup time on these remodeling jobs. Brogan invented the Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket over five years ago to make his own life easier when removing popcorn ceilings for customers of his Connecticut based home improvement company, Chaseland Painting & Home Improvement. After using it successfully for over five years he decided to patent the design and put the Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket into production.
“I have been using this product for five years now and it’s made my job so much easier,” says Brogan. “Just hold the Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket by the handle and guide it along the front of your putty knife. As you scrape with the putty knife, the popcorn ceiling texture falls right into the bucket instead of onto the floor. Once the bucket is full you simply dump it into a trash bag or receptacle. We’ve even made the handle removable by unscrewing it from the base of the bucket so it can fit into any sink for an easy clean up when the job is complete.”
The rectangular enclosure is able to catch the falling popcorn ceiling debris as soon as it’s scraped without being too heavy to carry. The tool was designed with contractors in mind, but Brogan has tested it with DIY types and believes that it is easy enough for even those with limited remodeling experience to use. The bucket is easy to clean and small enough for someone to hold on a ladder, and will reduce the time on the remodeling project exponentially.
“This is a great home improvement tool for everyone,” says Brogan. “We’ve gotten nothing but positive feedback so far, which makes me feel good to know that we’ve contributed something new to the field of home improvement.”
The Popcorn Ceiling Removal Bucket crew will be exhibiting at the 2016 National Hardware Show in Las Vegas onMay 4-6th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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