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Saloon and Western Antiques
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Medallion Sand Ceiling Tiles.
I apologize for waiting for so long to respond to your email. My husband installed the ceiling tiles right away, but I wanted to wait to email you until I got some of my decorating done. I think you will enjoy the pictures with a few of our antiques in place rather than pictures of an empty room. We collect western and saloon antiques so we built a 12 foot by 30 foot saloon to display them. I am very pleased with the Medallion Ceiling Tiles and my husband had no trouble installing them. I was skeptical about putting up plastic ceiling tiles instead of the old fashioned tin tiles, but now that they are in place I cannot tell they are plastic. It was definitely worth the price. Thank you for providing us with a quality product, excellent service and quick delivery.
- Peggy B.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Sand; Medallion; Living/Rec Room
Striking Kitchen Ceiling
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford Black Ceiling Tiles.
See the pictures of my kitchen that I used your tiles in. What a transformation!!! The product was very very easy to use and very easy to cut and install. I just traced out the old tiles onto the new and took my scissors and cut to fit. The whole kitchen took me about 2 hours. I had looked into doing a tin ceiling but the cost was about 4 times as much as these tiles. That's not really cost effective for a single home owner. My realtor is a good friend of mine and thinks changing out the tiles was a great idea and a beautiful option. All my neighbors have drop ceilings as well and I'm sure will be ordering some for their houses. I have an office that I'm remodeling and need to keep the drop ceiling so I'll be placing another order shortly. Thanks again for helping me with the kitchen and giving me an option other than having the expense of dry walling my ceiling for $4000. Thanks again!
- Carly D.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Black; Border Tile; Ceiling Fan; Stratford; Before & After; Dining Room; Kitchen; Commercial Before & After
A New Stratford Ceiling
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford Sand Ceiling Tiles.
Very few times am I so happy with a product that I take the time to write to thank a company for it. As you can see by my photos this was a smaller project in the basement of my home. I needed the tile almost tight to the beam and air ducts to make a drop ceiling work. I knew the normal tile was not flexible enough to do this with and did not want to cover the plumbing and wiring in the house with drywall. This was my reason for the search for a better tile. I could not be happier with my find. as you can see I mounted cans and did lights behind the tile by the TV to reduce glare on the screen. I found the tile easy to cut, flexible enough to fit in very tight spaces and far less messy than the old kind of tile. Even as an environmental aspect I had far less waste at the end of the project and the leftover tile takes very little space to store. Even the directions on line helped as it has been about 20 years since I installed my last ceiling. Also the service was great. I ordered right before a holiday and received an e-mail explaining the slight delay, now that is service! Thanks for a great product, and service.
- Daniel J.