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Old 07-26-2012, 10:06 AM   #16
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9' ceilings


If you can get 9' board, stand it up. Not THAT much more finishing, especially doing a room at a time. The 48" wide board is easier to handle. Problem is, most big box stores only carry 8' & 12'. I've seen a few HD's around here that carry 9' or 10', but not many. If you go 54" wide, don't forget the appropriate T-square....


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