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can anyone assist me? I am trying to have a faulse ceiling at at 9'9" P.L. showing as the bldg. section shows that I have drawn across in 2D.

I do not know how to do it to the family room with at coffered clg to 12' for this remodeling project. Also I have beams serveral places that are flush with 8' clg.

 

Any help will be appreciated.

 

Newell

newell@newellcheatheam.com 

713.385.3622 

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It's difficult to help with a ceiling issue when your plan file doesn't include the roof.

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you just hit 3D and roof aand can see roof. This is just a remodeling on inside. roof is not affected.

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Just now, Designer100 said:

you just hit 3D and roof aand can see roof. This is just a remodeling on inside. roof is not affected.

 

It's difficult to see a roof when there aren't any roof planes present:

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Maybe solving your issue doesn't require the roof, but it would help if the images you post match the file you upload.

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You could create ceiling planes in the areas noted but without an accurate plan pretty tough to really help.

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