Can a basement have a concrete ceiling?
Also to know is, does a basement need a ceiling to be finished?
In most towns, building codes require that finished basement ceilings be at least seven feet high. But don't be fooled—a seven-foot ceiling will not make for an enjoyable space. Anything below seven feet, nine inches may feel cramped—and that figure refers to the height of the finished space.
Similarly, what kind of concrete do you use for a basement floor? Concrete is the most commonly-used material for basement floors because it is inexpensive, durable, easy to work with and versatile. Smooth concrete can be easily covered with your choice of flooring, made to look like marble or stone or even just painted.
Similarly one may ask, what is a concrete ceiling?
Glass ceiling and concrete ceiling refer to the barrier that limits the upward movement of qualified people, especially women. Concrete ceiling is also a term that describes the barrier which blocks the advancement of qualified persons. When compared with Glass ceiling, Concrete ceiling is more tough to break.
How thick does a basement floor need to be?
Basement floors are supposed to be 3- 4 inches thick,but as previous poster said it probably started out being dirt,and someone "upgraded" to 3/4 inch.