U niversally speaking, math is a rather ‘challenging’ subject matter. Not a lot of people understand the principles started in it; not a lot of people enjoys learning. However, it is very vital in anyone’s life to even just learn basic addition or multiplication so that we can all go on with our lives peacefully and productively.

In our years of learning math, there is one quote from Rene Descartes that has stuck forever in our mind and is quite fitting for our main topic in this article: “Divide each difficulty into as many parts as is feasible and necessary to resolve it.”

Where is the relation between math and a partition plaster ceiling? The mathematical equations can be divided so that the problem solver can focus on the little things in order to solve the equation. Your home, on the other hand, serves as one big mathematical equation, and you as the problem solver can add partition plaster ceiling so that you decipher what needs to be added or subtracted in every part of your home.

How to install partition plaster ceiling? Read on to know more about it.

 

  • Be certain on where you want to put your partitions. Whether you want it on the left, middle or right side of the room, mark on the floor where you approximately want to place it. Mark the ceiling as well.
  • Considering that you are installing a partition on a false ceiling, attack a metal ceiling rack to the grid of the false ceiling. The rule of thumb here is that you have to place the metal rack within the markings that you have made. These markings will also let you know where you are going to make your main T’s. Make sure that the channel of the rack – the hollow part – is facing downwards. Screw it in place.
  • Slide the upper side of the partition plaster ceiling into the track’s channel. Screw it in place as well.

Usually, you do not have to add metal tracks on the floor so you do not have to worry about that. If you have followed the guidelines above, then congratulations – you have installed your first partition plaster ceiling with flying colors.