Basement Ceiling Near Garage Separation


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I'm not sure when this happened or how it happened but my ceiling isn't meeting the wall in the basement.  The separation is from the garage.  I created a brand new plan to make sure my heights all matched up correctly and they do.  Can you tell by looking at my screenshots what might be happening or what I need to do to fix it?  Photo on the left is the wall/ceiling in the basement.  The photo on the right is from the garage.

 

Thanks so much!

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Couple of suggestions.

 

When posting a plan, save a camera, or add a obvious note to the plan pointing out the problem.

 

Often Vector View works best for images as it shows details that Standard does not.

 

Try Ambient Occlusion down at least 50%.

 

And we need to know what software you are using. Best place is in your signature. See this thread for a how to.

 

 

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Just a guess, but it looks to be the result of the width of the  block wall between the basement and the garage,Try moving the foundation wall into the basement so the framed wall sits on the garage side of the foundation wall.

 Hope this helps.Ken

 

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