Ideas to Cover Basement Ceiling

Jun 18th

Ideas to cover basement ceiling – Exposed beams in a cellar has an unfinished look. There are two main options to cover an exposed basement ceiling – plaster or a dropped ceiling. A dropped ceiling to make the space feel shorter than it is, so Drywall is usually the best option. You will need a friend to help with this project, drywall is heavy and it is almost impossible to do this job alone.

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Make a Deadpan brace. Cut a length of 2-by-4 wood that is only 3/4 of an inch shorter than your ideas to cover basement ceiling. Attach the drywall, which have a friend help lift each panel. Slide Deadpan brace at the end of each section to hold it in place while you attach it to the ceiling. Secure each panel in this way. Cut the panels as needed using a utility knife.

Tape your seams. Cover each seam with plaster tape. If using adhesive tape, you do not put mud over the tape. Press the tape firmly. Insert sealant over the tape. Extend compound selected from the belt by a 1/2 inch on each side. Scrape off excess when working. Let this set until dry.

Sand down the association. Use fine-grit sandpaper. Smooth the compound until it is flush with the rest of the panel. Prime and paint the ideas to cover basement ceiling. Edge with a brush and use a roller for the rest of the roof. Let the primer dry for 4-6 hours. Roll on at least one layer roof color and let it dry.