Published at Friday, November 16th 2018. by Tabitha Ferrell in Ceiling.
Ceiling scape in the basements. We have ceiling scape because there are so many situations where our ceilings going to be higher and then lower. Now out in this big section that I'm standing in here to the left side of that red beam there, this whole side of the basement, the left of the stairs it's going to be a full height, nine-foot ceiling, there's nothing in my way, okay! Well, for the most part, there's not, there is some ductwork right down there that I'm going to build a soffit around, but for the most part, this whole side is going to be one high 9-foot ceiling. Now you may have the situation similar to what I'm walking towards now. I've got two beams two steel beams, one on each side of my staircase coming down. Now I got some options here. I could just frame underneath both of those and not go back up in the middle, with my higher ceiling up there. With that light bulb is I could just frame from that steel beam right over to this steel beam and make that a lower ceiling the whole way across here over to the stairs all right.
That's the way I'm going to go around those two steel beams there now over here right beside this steel beam, I've got sewage lines, red and blue half-inch PEX lines, water lines. Then I've got a 16-inch duct trunk and then I've got about thirty. Two more inches of duct trunk and then back out here I've got gas lines and finally, I have a high ceiling with nothing in my way. So what am I going to do here? Well, I'm going to build underneath the gas line. All these ducts I'm going to continue across right underneath that PEX, the water lines right, underneath the sewage line and right underneath the steel making that one lower section of the ceiling from the steel beam the whole way out to the end of my gas lines right there.
The gas lines, and then from the gas lines over to the exterior wall, which is about another six feet, I'm going to go back up full height with mice, with my drywall ceiling right to the bottom of that floor, joists all right. So I have an upper ceiling just about six foot and I've got a lower section. That's going to swallow up all this duct trunk and utilities, which is going to be about eight feet. A lower section should be about a foot lower than the floor. Joist and then back up to a full ceiling over here on this whole side, all right, so there's there's my reasons. Am I thinking for that whole set of obstacles over there and in the basement, obstacles? Overhead are just part of the landscape.
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