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These estimates are for BASIC work performed in serviceable conditions by qualified trade professionals using MID GRADE materials. Work not mentioned on this page and/or work using master craftsman, premium materials and project supervision will result in HIGHER COSTS!

These estimates are NOT substitutes for written quotes from trade professionals. RGV Household Services strongly recommends that you contact reputable professionals for accurate assessments of work required and costs for your project - before making any decisions or commitments.

The cost estimate includes:

Costs for local material / equipment delivery to and service provider transportation to and from the job site.
Costs to prepare the worksite for Ceiling Water Damage Repair, including costs to protect existing structure(s), finishes, materials and components.
Labor setup time, mobilization time and minimum hourly charges that are commonly included for small Ceiling Water Damage Repair jobs.

The cost estimate does NOT include:

  • Costs for removing, relocating, repairing, or modifying existing framing, surfacing, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems - or bringing those systems into compliance with current building codes.
  • Costs for testing and remediation of hazardous materials (asbestos, lead, etc).
  • General contractor overhead and markup for organizing and supervising the Ceiling Water Damage Repair. Add 13% to 22% to the total cost above if a general contractor will supervise this project.
  • Sales tax on materials and supplies.
  • Permit or inspection fees (or portion thereof) required by your local building department for your overall project.


Like most home remodeling projects, ceiling repair costs can largely be broken down into two categories; materials and labor. However, unlike most projects, labor costs, with any ceiling repair project, take up a large majority of the overall ceiling repair price.

While the costs vary based on the ceiling type and issue, your overall ceiling repair cost should fall between $200 and $1,200.

Ceiling Repair Labor Cost

For a majority of ceiling types, roughly 80% - 85% of your project cost will go towards labor. Much like a tiling project, ceiling repair is a very manual process. As such, local ceiling repair contractors have a right to charge more than non-labor intensive projects. However, within those labor costs should include:

  • Site preparation
  • Tools
  • Furniture removal
  • Staging
  • Cleanup (critical with all ceiling jobs)
  • Waste removal

As always, location can largely affect labor prices. Therefore, hiring a ceiling contractor in New York will most likely cost more than a ceiling repair project in Denver.


While labor takes up a majority of the project cost, all ceiling repair jobs need extra materials. After all, if you have a crack or large water stain on your ceiling, you have to replace it with something.

If you currently own a standard ceiling, such as drywall or plaster, your material costs should not exceed $100. On the other hand, if your coffered, beam, tray or any other specialty ceiling is damaged, your material costs will rise. Costs range from as low as $0.50/sf to as high as $15/sf.


All ceiling repairs were not created equal. Some ceiling issues are more serious than others or indicate extensive damage above your ceiling. Therefore, your final ceiling repair cost will depend on the issue at hand. Below are few of the most common ceiling repair jobs:


Unlike some of the other issues below, if you see a leak or water stain on your ceiling, you need to repair it ASAP. Water damage only gets worse with time. Reason being, you need to determine the cause of the leak to fix it. Sadly, leaks can come from pipes, tenants above or natural rain. All can not only result in a very ugly stain, but also cause your ceiling to sag or buckle.

Since we are dealing with water, your first call should be to a local plumber. Once they diagnose the issue, they can fix the pipe or patch up the entry. Then, a ceiling repair company can finish the job.

As long as the foundation is not the root cause of the damage, leaking ceiling repairs should not cost more than $1,200.


The other common ceiling repair revolves around cracks. Even if you maintained your floors, roof, walls and ceiling, over time, cracks on the ceiling will form. Where they form largely determines your ceiling repair cost.

Houses move ever so slightly over their lifetimes. As such, it makes sense to see a crack or two along the outer edge of the ceiling (or where the ceiling meets the wall). If you see such a crack, take a sigh of relief, as your ceiling repair price should fall within the average.

On the other hand, if you see a large crack going down the middle of the ceiling (and wall) or if your ceiling is sagging without water damage, structural issues are at play. This could indicate framing, roofing or flooring damage. Unfortunately, you’ll have to call separate foundation, roofing or flooring contractors to fix the issue, all of which add on to your ceiling repair cost:

Average Foundation Repair Cost: $3,667
Average Roofing Repair Cost: $654
Average Flooring Repair Cost: $741
Peeling Paint Repair Cost

Just like cracks, if you live in your house long enough, paint will start to peel. Likewise, if you experienced water damage, your paint will likely peel. Luckily, repainting a ceiling or certain spots is by the far the easiest ceiling repair project. The larger question comes down to how you want to fix the problem.

When paints start to peel, most homeowners repaint the entire ceiling. Painting an entire ceiling provides a uniform look, unlike option two below. On average, the cost to paint a 500sf ceiling ranges between $250 and $420

The cheaper option is to repaint just the damaged patches. Depending on your painter, the final outcome should look the same. However, over time, you may notice different tints in the ceiling or have certain areas become damaged faster than others. As such, it pays to repaint the entire ceiling.


Finally, while we’ve touched on these already, foundation repairs greatly add on to your ceiling repair cost. Whether it’s water damage, poor soil, grading issues or a loose foundation, structural issues are serious and expensive. As such, they should be fixed right away. In addition to some of the previously mentioned repair costs, below are other possibilities you should review.

Ceiling Water Damage from a Leak

Repairing ceiling water damage, whether it’s the results of a broken pipe, old roof, or torrential rain is especially necessary for the health and overall upkeep of your home. Left unaddressed, a water damaged ceiling will result in mold and a weakened structure. Whether the ceiling is made from drywall, plaster, or another material, nothing can protect it against leaking water. For this reason, it’s necessary to find a way to repair the damage once it happens.

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Unless there is a major water leak, spotting the source of ceiling water damage can be difficult. For a small ceiling water leak, you may notice slight discoloring spots, mildew, sagging ceiling, drips or slightly bulging drywall.

If the water leak in your ceiling is large you will find water leaking through the ceiling onto the floor or even a visible hole where water can come through.

Once you identify the spot on your ceiling with water damage you should immediately take steps to repair it. There are two main reasons why it is so important for you to repair this ASAP.

If water leaked there once, it is likely to leak again or even leak continually. If not fixed, it will cause much more damage in the future.

Even if water doesn’t leak in that spot of your ceiling again, it may still cause mold and mildew. If left unattended, mold can cause harm to your family.

It is vital to repair ceiling water damage as soon as you can. Below are steps on what to do when your ceiling leaks and how to fix water damaged ceilings.








Before you can repair water damaged ceilings, you need to find the source of the water. This is key as any repairs on the ceiling drywall itself will be pointless if the water comes back to damage the ceiling again. Identify the source by pulling back the wet drywall and following the moisture to the source.

Common Causes of Ceiling Water Damage

Leaky Roof: A leaky roof can be caused by heavy wind storms blowing shingles off the roof, shingles are too old to keep water away or any number of issues.

Clogged Gutters: If water can’t properly drain away from your home than it will likely drain into your home. Clogged gutters can change the flow of water with enough force to enter your home.

Leaky Pipes: These are caused by pipes being too old or not properly secured or installed. It can also be caused by DIY renovations with a nail slightly puncturing a pipe. Leaky pipes are often the most dangerous water leak as even the tiniest pinhole can flood your ceiling with gallons of water a day.

Bathroom Waterproofing: If your bathroom isn’t properly waterproofed with the proper caulk or sealant this can be a major cause of ceiling water damage to the floors below.

Leaking Appliances: Includes any appliance using water like a fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, etc. Appliances often leak after many years of regular use.

What if you can’t find the source? Should you give up? No! If water is anything it is persistent. Even if the water isn’t currently leaking in that spot, it will very likely come back. Identifying the source of your ceiling water damage now will save you more trouble and pain in the future. Plus, water damage not repaired will lead to mold growth. So, what should you do? That is where we come in. Give us a call and we will help you find the source of the problem and restore your ceiling to like new condition!


You have identified the source of the water leak, now is the time to stop the flow of water immediately and work to on the ceiling leak repair at its root.

Stop The Flow of Water

Depending on the source of the water leak dictates the method of stopping the water flow.

Leaky Plumbing Pipes: If the water leak in the ceiling comes from a plumbing pipe, you can shut off the main water line to stop the flow of water.

Appliance or Bathroom Leaks: Avoid using that bathroom or appliance until you can repair the source of the leak.

Roof or Gutter Leaks: Stopping a leaky roof or gutter is more difficult, as weather likely dictates the flow of water. Your only option is to repair the leak.

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Unless you feel completely confident in your repair skills this is where you should hand it over to the professionals. A plumber can repair broken pipes, and help reseal your bathroom. A roofer can assist with leaks from a roof and a general handyman can repair leaky appliances.


Proper drying is imperative to repair water damaged ceilings. If any moister is left behind mold and mildew grow and can cause further damage and pose a serious health risk. Before moving on with this step it is important that you take great care when cutting out water damaged ceiling drywall. Be careful not to cut through any electric wires or other important parts of your home.

Airflow is the best way to dry damp drywall. Many homeowners lack the proper drying equipment to properly dry water damage to a ceiling. To get the proper airflow and to remove moisture entirely an industrial drying fan is exactly what you need. 1-2 of these should do the trick. Point the fans directly at the area needing to dry, and to ensure the moisture leaves your home get a dehumidifier to remove the moisture left in the air.

Check the ceiling for moisture after a day or two. If the area is dry, look for areas where the drywall or wood has become too warped or weak to be structurally sound. You will need to remove and throw away all the materials that are damaged. This included discolored drywall, pieces that have mold or mildew on them, softwood, bulging drywall, etc. Once these items have been removed, you are ready to repair the ceiling.


At this point, you have done what you need to do with a water leak in your ceiling and have successfully dried the area and fixed the leak that caused the water damaged ceiling to need repair in the first place. Now that this has successfully taken place this topic has gone from repairing a ceiling with water damage to restoring a damaged ceiling to like new condition.

This requires construction, but any handyman or restoration technician can assist in restoring the impacted area. Restoration requires proper training to ensure everything is back to code. Things like insulation, structural integrity, etc. After restoring the area, you can paint the area to match the rest of the room. Your insurance may even cover the claim for some water damages.


RGV Household Services is a nationwide network of restoration professionals offering water damage, fire damage, mold removal, and biohazard cleanup services. We make finding a water damage company easy including both independent companies and major franchises like RGV Household Services and
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Find a local water damage restoration contractor in our network now. For immediate assistance with ceiling water damage, call RGV Household Services to speak with our on-call contractor in your area. They offer 24-hour emergency services, 30-minute response time, and a free, no-obligation estimate on all restoration services.

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