ceiling beam

ceiling joist

ceiling joists carrying an acoustical ceiling
1.Any joist which carries a ceiling.
2. One of several small beams to which the ceiling of a room is attached. They are mortised into the
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Inside, the property is equally as impressive, with the kitchen boasting the original chimney breast and a feature ceiling beam.
The first floor houses the master bedroom suite, which includes an en-suite shower room and double height ceiling opening up to the solid original ceiling beam rafters.
A ceiling beam above a family's dining room table dips lower despite a succession of attentions by experts with their various interpretations.
Once you have your measurements, hold the first bracket against the ceiling beam. Drill 4mm pilot holes through the pre-drilled holes at the base of the bracket.
MPs have returned to which debating chamber two months after one of a ceiling beam swung loose?
In his lab, people of various ages walk back and forth while wearing a harness that hangs from a ceiling beam. They can walk normally, and for a few trials, they do.
The first floor houses the master bedroom suite, which includes an en suite shower room and double height ceiling open to the solid original ceiling beam rafters.
The hall - now used as a dining room - is a large and light room that has an authentic inglenook fireplace, ceiling beam and tiled floor.
One of his young daughters discovered his body hanging from a ceiling beam.
Ceiling beam Cinemin Projector - pounds 284.04 from www.pixmania.com The image projected is about 50 inches in darkened room with a swivel centre so you can project onto your bedroom ceiling from your chosen plugged in source from a DVD player to laptop.