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First off you will need the following materials: •Tape measure • Screw gun • Stud finder • Chalk line (or painter's tape) • Caulk gun • PL Premium Construction Adhesive ...
Before you go measuring, measuring again, cutting and installing make sure you allow your beams some time to sit in the room they will be installed in so ...
1 First, measure the inside of your beam, you will be using these measurements in the next step. Then, if you haven't already, measure the dimensions of the ...
3 Define where you will be placing the beam using your chalk or painters tape. You will want your tape to be inside the edges of the beam, beneath your ...
5 Mount your anchor blocks to the wall, laying them over the marked studs. Start two feet in from the wall and apply anchors ever 3-6 feet. If ...
6 Using your twice-checked measurements, cut the beam to size. Making the beam slightly larger than your actual measurements is suggested to make sure the fit is snug. Beams ...
9 Slid the beam into place pressing it firmly against the ceiling. Keep in mind a helper or two may be needed to install a longer beam. 10 ...
10 Clean off any excess adhesive that may have squeezed out between the ceiling and the beam. 11 If needed apply caulk to seal ends meeting the wall. 12 ...
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