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Roth Radiant Panel Ceiling installation considerations
I’m installing Roth Radiant Panel in an attached office ceiling. The original drywall has been removed from the ceiling and although it is very sturdy the framework is inconsistently spaced (not always 16”) so the panel edges won’t always meet on a joist. I plan to screw up 1/4” underlayment or thinner if I can find it to provide something to screw into when I can’t hit a joist and provide a nice flat surface for the panels. This will also allow me to blow in cellulose before putting the panels up. Do you see anything wrong with this plan or have any comments?
Or should I not worry about always meeting on an edge?
Also, the installation manual doesn’t say whether to butt the edges or leave a gap. Ive seen installation pics of both.