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Will Never Use Standard Tiles Again
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.
I absolutely love your ceiling tiles. I have used them once before, and decided to do so again. In this lower level application, because of your tiles, I was able to not lower the ceiling as would normally be the case with traditional tiles.Your tiles are so easy to trim and cut for fitting around air vents, etc. And also for positioning recessed lighting. The other thing that is great about your product is.... In several cases I had to bend them to position them around air ducts, plumbing and wiring. The material is so great, that it allowed me to flex them, and when they are in position they pop right back into flat without showing any deformity of the materials! You would never know that they had been bent. I will never use standard ceiling tiles again.
- Herb J.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Recessed/Can; Track; Stratford; Basement; Bathroom; Bedroom; Living/Rec Room
Classic Bedroom Ceiling
Installation DescriptionA glue-up ceiling installation using Evangeline White Ceiling Tiles, Continental White Ceiling Tiles, and Decorative Strips.
Installation TagsGlue/Nail Up; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Decorative Strips; Ceiling Fan; Continental; Evangeline; Bedroom
Easy Despite Clearance
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford Latte Ceiling Tiles.
The grid went in pretty easily, and the Ceilume panels were a snap! Very easy to trim to fit. Also, we had some duct work that was just above the level of the grid, and the flexibility of the Ceilume panels was great, because I could bend the panels a little bit to squeeze them up into the grid without requiring any clearance at all. As soon as they were above the grid, they snapped back into shape, and you can't tell at all that the ducts are right above them. We still haven't decided whether we are going to leave the grid white, or paint it to match the latte panels.
- Andrew R.