ceiling. Wednesday , January 04th , 2017 - 19:39:42 PM
If you are looking to add architectural flair to your basement, then a good option would be to install narrow wooden beams across the ceiling. If you have a plain dry wall ceiling without exposed ductwork running through it, then this ceiling idea is just perfect for your basement. Decorative wooden beams can be bought from specialty home improvement stores and they are easy to install too. Before installing the wooden beams, stain or paint them in the same color as the rest of the wood trimmings to give the space a cohesive look.
'Cut-in' refers to painting the areas of the ceiling that cannot be reached with a paint roller. This includes the edges and corners where the ceiling meets the walls. If you are going to paint the walls after you have painted the ceiling then you need not worry too much about spilling the paint on the walls, otherwise use some painter's tape to cover the edges. Use a paint brush and pour the paint into a small container that can be carried onto a ladder. Use this technique even if it's a popcorn or a textured ceiling.
Remove the balancing clip from the blade and attach one of the balancing weights in its place, starting with the lightest one. Run the fan once again and observe whether the blade is still wobbly.
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