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Super Easy to Cut and Install
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.
It's been a long-time coming but we have finally finished the basement refinishing project for which we ordered the Ceilume Stratford ceiling tiles. We couldn't be happier with how it turned out and already have received many compliments on the ceiling. The tiles were super-easy to cut and install. Installing the tiles goes very quickly - it's installing the grid system that takes time. We actually have 3 different ceiling heights throughout the basement - for two areas we did a true dropped ceiling grid, for the 3rd and largest area we mounted the grid directly to the joists to maximize the ceiling height. Surprisingly the grid looks better in the two areas where it is actually dropped - the grid appears more uniform and the joints line up much more seamlessly than in the area where the grid is mounted to the joists (we assume that is because the bottom of the joists aren't precisely level with each other and those small differences manifest when the grid is mounted and tiles are installed).
- Kristin L.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Direct Mount Grid; Recessed/Can; Speaker; Stratford; Basement; Living/Rec Room
Finished Home Theater Room
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Dart Black Ceiling Tiles.
Here's some photos of our completed theater room. Everyone who has seen it comments on the ceiling tiles. Nobody has ever seen anything like them and they all love the look. It really finishes it off nicely. We used the dart tiles in the center and the southland tiles around the outside edges. We also used the acoustotherm backpanels which really help with the sound suppression.
- Robert M.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Black; Dart; Home Theater
Quick and Easy Ceiling Install
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Panels.
Sorry for the slow response. We just finished painting this last weekend and we are now looking for new furniture. The ceiling took me about 4 days to install myself - just over 750 square feet in total. We are very happy with it - very nice product, easy to work with ! (and yes you can quote me). Also, in an effort to shamelessly promote my rather expensive hobby, I am a film-maker (on the side) and the basement you see in the photo is being set up as a film company/music studio.
- Richard G.