Ceiling Trend. Wednesday , March 07th , 2018 - 05:58:13 AM
Once you have nailed up the drywall you will need to tape it to cover the cracks between sheets of drywall and the places where you nailed the drywall to the frame. After it is sanded smooth you can apply the paint or acoustical material. An easier solution for ideas for basement ceiling is a suspended ceiling. Here again you will need a frame to suspend your ceiling tiles from and a frame around the outside to determine the area you need covered. There are many advantages to the suspended ceiling. One big advantage is your accessibility to the wiring and lighting in your basement ceiling. These are only two ideas for basement ceilings to consider. You need to consider the best one for your needs and pocketbook. If you want to check on other ideas the best way is to use your computer and go to the web sites that offer more basement ceiling ideas.
Most tiles come in a lightweight, flexible panel that can be easily placed into long plastic, wood or metal strips that are crafted into a pattern on the ceiling. This makes it convenient to place the tiles, which makes it just as easy to remove them for cleaning and repairs. Another advantage to using ceiling tiles is the ease of replacement; if one tile is damaged or dirty you can simply remove the single tile and replace it with another tile. This is a cost and time efficient option as normal damaged ceilings need to be completely repaired in its entirety.
One of the biggest lighting problems in many homes is the lack of a central light fixture in large rooms. Some living rooms, bathrooms and some family rooms and dens often have no ceiling light at all, but instead use things like floor lamps and table lamps. It's most likely that these homes were built with an eye toward cutting costs, as it would have taken a little extra time and expense to install a light fixture in these rooms.
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