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Re: Low Ceilings in Old House
McGrai37 wrote:

To answer a couple of the questions I saw there are no dormers, and the pitch is visible on one side. I would say between a foot or two worth. I don't know enough to tell you what kind of construction it is, but it's located in Upstate NY. A cathedral ceiling sounds pretty nice and would definitely be one of the options we discuss with the contractor, even though I can't imagine it would peak at a very impressive height. :)


Hi there McGrai37,

I too am from Upstate NY and am looking for the same solution. A livingroom ceiling of a house we're looking to buy has VERY low ceilings, but nothing above it. I'm wondering if you found a good contractor to solve your issue? I'd love to hear your input and solution! Thanks!


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