Published at Friday, November 16th 2018. by Eugenia Bradley in Ceiling.
I want to do one area at a time so that I don't forget anything and the other thing is. If you see these crossbars right here, you got to watch out that you get high enough, so that you get that mainly in eyesight. If you miss a little bit, it's not super cute, but I'll be back. You can see where right here, it's a little loop live signs, they're, not ready, ha ha ha there. We go so and to spray it, even though the cost is a little much for ours. Could you imagine doing this with a paintbrush man? You know it fits, so it's a lot cheaper to have somebody come in and spray or an individual can come in is yeah. You can do that Brent. Why don't can do that yellow minute? Well done all right, so let's go over and take a look at the smooth. So we cleaned up the cleaned up the ceiling as best we can. But then we wanted to show that there is like once you get going.
There are some drips that happen yeah and then also that the goal here was to so. We had cleaned that metal and we're going right over the metal of the ductwork, but that there are places where the paint will get heavy and they'll start dripping. And that's something to take a brush and smooth at all, or you can leave it. I mean it is sealing right. You know how easy the main thing is: we're trying to get it all one color so that your eyes aren't brought up to the ceiling. Finishing the basement. I've been toying with the idea of what to do with this. Here it's hanging a little bit low, it's about three and a half to four inches off the joist there, and as it is, it's gonna be low. Once I box it out and sheetrock it in and it's gonna bring it down even further. So my thought is what I'm gonna do is: try to tuck it right up against the joists and what I'm gonna have to do so. You see I got the straps on for when I take the real hanging straps off. So what I'd like to do to save some space here is this 45-degree angle right here.
I want to bring right back to the beam, so I'm going to open up that seam I'll cut this same amount off of that distance, and then this entire elbow will move in then I bought a little extra ductwork to make up the difference. Well, I'll raise everything up, but then they're not gonna line up so that little extra ductwork I'll have to take off this seam as well and open that up, and I extend that a little bit shoves everything up nice and tight redo. The hanging straps here shorten them up and I'll give myself an extra 4 inches of headroom.
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