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Mar 17, 2014 8:41:04 PM
We know you have a choice when it comes to ceiling tiles, or home remodeling in general. In fact, you probably have way too many choices from colors and patterns to finishes and materials. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it helps to make a pros and cons list of the cost benefit analysis so you know where to splurge and where to save when comparing tin or another metal to plastic. At least in the world of ceiling tiles, we’ll help break it down for you.
Tin Ceiling Tiles
Materials - Our tin tiles ar...Read More
Mar 12, 2014 8:35:49 PM
Contrary to popular belief, ceilings don’t just come in one shape and size, popcorn or otherwise. Effective building design requires balancing multiple objectives: aesthetics, acoustics, environmental factors, and integration with the building's infrastructure—not to mention cost of construction as well as long-term operation costs. So how do you know which type of ceiling tiles are right for you?
Suspended / Dropped Ceiling TilesWith a somewhat interchangeable name, dropped, grid or suspended ce...Read More
Feb 13, 2014 6:50:33 PM
You spend hours designing the interior of your home, paying close attention to the types of couches, the angle of the coffee table, and even the materials of the rug. But have you considered what your ceiling says about you? Ceilings are often an afterthought in home remodeling, but in reality, they can provide one of the most dramatic and impactful upgrades to a room. You don’t have to just settle for what you purchased - ceiling remodels are surprisingly less expensive than you may think and i...Read More
Jan 13, 2014 6:03:14 PM
Although popular when they first debuted in the 1950s, popcorn ceilings have since become dated, ugly leftovers in a home. The knots and bubbles prominent within the ceilings have also become the bane of homeowners as they see their resale value diminish as a result. But hope is not lost! While most assume a ceiling redesign is a huge, costly investment, replacing the popcorn ceilings with tin ceilings is a surprisingly simple DIY project and the modern finish will wow anyone who visits your hom...Read More
Dec 23, 2013 5:36:10 PM
Ceilings come in a variety of shapes and sizes as part of the architecture of your building, but there are a variety of ways to outfit and design them to change the look and feel of the space. If you don’t have a standard flat ceiling, you may think that other shapes are harder to remodel. False. Tin can be added to a variety of ceiling stsyles to add a touch of elegance and class to a room. Turn your 5th wall into a visual masterpiece that definitely won’t blend into the background.