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Steam pipe through drywall
I am finishing a basement and have been advised to use the steam pipes as the heat source for the basement. I had the old insullation professionally removed and am now ready to drywall the ceiling. The main steam pipe runs along the length of the basement and smaller pipes feed the steam from the main pipe to the upper floors. The smaller pipes will have to run through the ceiling's new drywall. How do I treat/finish the dry wall. Do I insullate the pipe to the edge of the drywall surface then tape/compound or is there a trim piece that would finish the point where the pipes goes through the drywall?...