The Easiest Fix for Popcorn Ceilings - Snap Lock™ Tin Tiles

April 2, 2015

FACT: Our patented Snap Lock™ tiles are the easiest way to renovate an out of style popcorn ceiling. Forget wasting a weekend with wet, messy scraping; we have a stunning solution that takes a matter of hours. Snap Lock™ tin tiles screw directly into your popcorn ceiling (or drywall for that matter). Available in 2 ft. x 2 ft. panels in all of our gorgeous colors and patterns, there’s no easier, cheaper, or more beautiful way to dramatically improve the look of an out of style popcorn ceiling....

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How to Replace An Ugly Popcorn Ceiling with Tin Ceiling Tiles

January 13, 2014

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 home....

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Snap Lock Overview

October 24, 2013

Snap Lock™ - making tin so easy to install it’s a snap. The official tagline says it all- requiring no plywood or any kind of wood, simply screw each tin tile straight into your drywall or popcorn ceiling. Each piece interlocks through our patented flange system. The 2’ x 2’ panels are intended for easy DIY home projects that even the most layman can figure out to create beautiful designs that compliment the style of any room....

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Tin Ceiling Tile Types

September 25, 2013

A tin ceiling is installed in a variety of ways depending on the material of the current ceiling. The Nail-up nails to wood, the Drop-in lays in a suspended grid, and the SnapLock tile screws into drywall. Snap Lock™ The most common material that is found in homes today is drywall. The Snap Lock™ tile screws into drywall using 1 1⁄4” drywall screws. The Snaplock contains a flange system which interlocks into the subsequent tile, hiding the screws....

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