Suspended ceiling angles


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Old 06-27-02, 09:18 AM
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Suspended ceiling angles

I am just now finishing boxing in some ducts in my basement and am planning on installing a suspended ceiling. Turns out a boxed in duct will be at a 45 degree angle jutting out about 3 feet from a corner. Can I do this and still install a suspended ceiling with such an angle on both sides of the duct? Is it just a matter of cutting the wall moldings for the ceiling frame to attach to the ductwork, laying out the grid with the weird angles and then cutting the actual panel to fit the grid?

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Dave
 
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Old 06-28-02, 05:12 AM
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thats all there is to it

You're on the right track. But don't let the weird angles affect the grid layout. Align the grid with the walls, keeping it all square, 90 degree angles on the grid intersections.
 
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Old 06-28-02, 07:32 AM
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thanks

That's what I'll do then.

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