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post #391 of 395 Old 07-21-2014, 01:06 PM
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I just finished my 1x4" goalpost screen wall. I made "legs" for the back of it so I wouldn't have to screw through the carpet. Seems rock solid to me.Attachment 172338
I will interested in seeing how this comes together. You have a lot of interesting elements to build around. Soffit/Crown and doorway on the other side. How will you address the doorway?
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I will have a black panel on the side of the left upright. That will box in the screen wall. The door there won't be an issue once it goes up as I might just paint it the room wall color to help it disappear when the lights go down.
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When framing up the front wall (not the screen wall) I should decouple it from the joists, correct?

However, when doing the screen wall, if I am doing channel+clips+DW+GG+DW on the ceiling, I would assume that I don't need to further decouple the false screen wall with clips, correct?

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correct as long as you just connect the top to the decoupled ceiling.
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correct as long as you just connect the top to the decoupled ceiling.
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