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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-01-2005, 11:12 AM Thread Starter
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How high are your ceilings?

How high are your ceilings? Ours our about 7'9 downstairs and 7' upstairs.
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We only have one room with 8ft. walls, the rest of the rooms have 9 - 12 foot walls, we have interesting walls/ceilings.
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9' downstairs & 8' upstairs.

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Approx. 9 and 1/2 feet. It makes it feel very cold in the winter.
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I actually have no idea It varies in certain rooms. Part of my house was an addition.

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What do you think about building kitty walks along the ceiling of the house?

It looks cool, but it looks SO DIFFICULT!!!
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15 ft upstairs, 21' ft downstairs. Couple other rooms are 9 ft, I think.
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