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Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Polyline Latte Ceiling Tiles.
The ceiling actually went in fairly easily. I still think it would be nice to make the tiles of a slightly heavier gauge of material which would increase the stability and confidence during installation. Never-the-less I am extremely pleased with the finished product. Would that the rest of the space was as finished as the ceiling! We'll be done in a couple of weeks and I'll be able to relax and look up once in a while. This is the newly remodeled lower level of my house in Connecticut.
- Leslie R.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Latte; Recessed/Can; Polyline; Basement; Home Office; Kitchen
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Polyline Translucent Ceiling Panels.
The Ceilume Polyline Tiles worked very well. They are covering more than 20 rows in a computer room. Your tiles helped trap the cold air and improve efficiency of the AC units.
- Dennis M.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 4; Translucent; Back; Polyline; Commercial Tech/Lab
IT Equipment Rack
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Polyline Translucent Ceiling Tiles.
The owner and architect were very happy with the end product. We installed them in a APC Hot Aisle Containment Pod (IT equipment rack and air conditioning unit). The stock ceiling assembly required us to drop a fire sprinkler head into the pod (which the owner wanted to avoid if at all possible ~8M in IT equipment). By using the Ceilume tile we were able to utilize the APC framing and simply added a piece of T-bar down the middle. Our fire code consultants reviewed the Ceilume tiles with the City of Napa Fire Marshall and achieved approval for their use in our installation.
- Dennis M.