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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 9:19 pm 
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Hopefully someone can help.

I am in a new build property and have noticed the ceiling has 3 equally spaced lines running across it

From my limited knowledge on plasterboard I would guess they are the joins between different sheets? There is a slight bump in them.

Its a top bedroom with a flat roof and I can see no sign of water damage (yet) and as with most new builds it looks like poor workmanship if I had to guess.

Anyone have any idea what they a could be? And a likely fix as I'm still within my snag period and wanna call them on poor excuses if I can.

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Given how straight it is I would agree that it's a join. Looks like they scrimped on scrim tape.

Definitely snag it and get them to sort it.

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