Ceiling Plate For Hanging Light

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How to distinguish the quality of light steel keel
In fact, distinguish the quality of the keel is very simple: First, weigh the weight of the keel Second, look at the surface of the keel rust treatment : The current point is a little better hot-dip anti-rust treatment, I personally think that the keel surface treatment is not very important, even light steel keel even rust or years or 10 years to put the keel rust off. So the owners do not have to worry when buying.
I have just pruchased a townhome that has a basement that was once finished. It has drywall, a drop ceiling grid (is missing tiles), and electrical (outlets and such). I have had basement electrical inspected and we are good to go, i have also had a mold inspection and there is none present. The basement has no flooring (carpet has been removed) and has a basement smell. Other than ceiling tiles, flooring and paint what else would I need to make this basement liveable? Would I need to install a ventilation system? This was at one time a functional finished basement.
The concrete floor would have to be sealed. A sub-floor installed before carpet or other final flooring. Rip out the drop ceiling (easy cop-out solution for people who suck at hanging/finish rock). Make sure the concrete walls were properly sealed (lack of cause the damp small). I finished off 1/2 of my basement for about $7G's. That includes the surround system, 40 TV, in-wall speaks and recessed lighting. If you have the capital, gut it and do it right. No matter what you do, the smell will remain. If the block is damp, there is no simple cure.
Light steel keel what accessories
Ceiling keel is divided into 50 series and 60 series, wall keel series is generally divided into 75,100 series, you have to ask which one
What is the list and quota of light steel keel plugs?
The quotient subhead should be three, one wall light steel keel, a wall of sound-absorbing cotton (glass wool), one is the Ebert board (no eut plate haunted can borrow similar to cement board or gypsum board)
Light steel keel ceiling when to add crossed keel
GB requirements keel spacing of 400 * 600 if you ask when a single plus when the brace, then only by the national standard to answer you. Ceiling to 400 in the open file, then it should be 600 midline plus brace
We have a drop ceiling but rather large holes for the many light fixtures (at least 20, like a grid of light bulbs as decoration) in our basement. The holes are about 2 inches in diameter and the light bulb doesn't fill up the holes completely. Is it safe to live down here without removing the insulation?
It's not clear from your description if you have recessed lights or not. Recessed lights can have an IC rating meaning you can put insulation right next to or over the recessed lights (IC stands for insulation contact). If the recessed lights aren't IC rated, then you have to leave a gap of 3 between the fixture and the insulation. Regardless of the above, you can always switch to compact fluorescent or LED bulbs which will generate far less heat for a given amount of light.
I am finishing my basement and want to do drop ceiling. Problem is I don't want to spend an arm and a leg doing it. I have checked with Home Depot and Lowes and it seems like I might have to. Does anyone know of any other options? Thanks.
How big is the basement? One option is to frame in soffits to reduce the size of the drop ceiling area. Framing and drywall cost a lot less than grid and tile. Hope this helps.
In carpentry and drywall when they refer to Black Iron on hanging ceilings what do they mean?
Black iron is the frame below the slab from which the hung ceiling grid or drywall studs are suspended and to which partition caps may be fastened. It defines maximum ceiling height for commercial tenant work. Piping, ductwork , and electrical work in the ceiling are also fastened to/routed through this supporting fame work.