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We are moving into a new house, our first, and noticed that there is Stucko ceilings in a few of the rooms (Not the long thick kind). The stucko is sparseand not very thick.
We want to get rid of this and put up giprock. It is an older house, so the ceilings are higher than the average house.
Can we put the giprock right on top of the stucko? Or, should we sand it down and then put the giprock? We have a month to move in? Should we rip the stucko ceiling apart and add giprock?
What would be the plan of action for this?
We also have hard wood floors we need to "Buff up a little". We are thinking of sanding and then firstname.lastname@example.org
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