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Coffered ceilings are made up of recessed, or hollow-centered, panels with decorative trim. The effect of a coffered ceiling is often waffle-like if the panels are square in shape. Many different straight-sided, or polygonal, shapes may be used for t
Getting a smaller toggle with shorter wings will likely get the wings to release, but you still need to shorten the toggle's bolt. With your toggle on the bolt & screwed down to where the closed toggle wings are a little further from the bolt's h
After we use our shower, our ceiling makes a buzzing noise (sounds like a bug stuck up there). When my husband moved the drop ceiling tiles he noticed one rail is carrying current (it was throwing off a continues spark when it touched another metal).
harmony in all planes design combining: drywall ceilings and passed the experimental stage and has taken a worthy place in the modern building. Practice has shown full compatibility of different materials, it does not cause any difficulties in the wa
I replaced a ceiling fan in my bedroom that no longer worked. I didn't pay attention to the wiring when removing the old fan but diligently followed the instructions. The new fan has a light kit and remote kit and it all works perfectly except they a
Part ONE:Two kinds of Stretch CeilingThere are two types of Stretch Ceilings used to replace popcorn ceiling removal: Stretch FABRIC Ceiling and Stretch PVC Ceiling. In this article, I will describe how they are the same and what makes them different
In a 2000 era home in Georgia, I replaced an overhead lighting fixture with a combo ceiling fan and light. (Yes, I reinforced the junction box appropriately. ) The wiring was simple enough, the power supply is via the switch box (now two switches)
hope this is an incandesant light fixture, you should have a wire of black and white in the ceiling that you are connecting too from the fixture, the fixture has little wires compared to the 14 or 12 gage wire, sometimes the fixture wire will go into
There's really only one right way to do this. It takes a bit of time, but it's not difficult or complicated. You'll want to replace the tape to ensure that the seam doesn't propagate through the paint
If the fan is a replacement for a light fixture, be sure it is "Fan Rated", if it isn't, the odds are the fan will fall down and it won't matter which wire went where. You cannot support a ceiling fan from a standard box. The box (or metal device rin