due to extensive house rewiring, the ceiling in my basement studio is gone. all that remains is lots of strapping. i would like to do it myself but could not handle drywall. my thought is
what about the pink or blue foam insulation panels.they are light and cheap and i could easily handle them. is there anything wrong with this idea?
Commented on Sep 12, 2012
becky i have not made myself clear . there is NO ceiling just a haphazard arrangement of old
strapping that existed to hold up the original ceiling which was torn off. i can't paint tose bits and pieces and have holes to the underside of the living room. painting is no option. i must get some sort of lightweight paneling to staple or nail to those pieces of wood and the exposed joists.
i have an area behind the kitchen sink which is below the window it is only 9 inches high is painted. i really like the paint color but it is constantly getting spotted from washing up
in the sink. . could i seal this painted surface.? i thought about using a polyurethane floor sealer. would this be okay. and could the area be repainted in a few years if i wanted to change the color? i have granite countertops and did not want to extend the surface for a backsplash but now i need to do something.