Introducing our 8275 Faux Tin Ceiling Tile – a versatile and durable solution for both residential and commercial spaces. These lightweight ceiling tiles are meticulously crafted from top-quality PVC, ensuring maximum longevity and performance.
Installation is a breeze, offering flexibility through both the glue-up and drop-in methods. For the glue-up method, you’ll need a few supplies, including a foam roller, adhesive, and a cutting tool – no prior experience or contractor required.
Just like the rest of our Prestige Collection, these tiles exhibit temperature resistance and waterproof properties, making them suitable for areas with high humidity levels, such as spas. This versatility allows you to enhance a wide range of spaces while maintaining their pristine appearance.
For added peace of mind, these tiles have earned a Class A Fire Rating from Intertek Testing Services (USA), not only enhancing your space aesthetically but also contributing to safety.
Transform your interior with the timeless charm of tin-style ceiling designs, achieving an elegant and sophisticated ambiance that truly stands out. Elevate your decor effortlessly with our 8275 Faux Tin Ceiling Tile.
When planning your project, one of the critical factors to account for is determining the required quantity of tiles. To ensure seamless installation and accommodate any potential off cuts and waste, we recommend ordering additional tiles. For standard ceilings, a 10% surplus is advisable, while irregular ceilings may benefit from a 15% to 20% margin. Should you require assistance in calculating the precise number of ceiling tiles needed, our dedicated team is readily available to provide expert guidance.
Furthermore, we recommend careful consideration of your ceiling’s borders. You have several options to choose from, including crown moldings, filler tiles, or the choice of leaving the raw edges in their natural state. Tailoring your ceiling design to perfection is essential, and our range of options allows you to achieve a polished and distinctive look.
Check out our short video that we’ve created to show you what results you get when you remove ceiling tiles: