|Ceiling Skin 117 - Patina Copper||CT-117-PC|
|2' x 2' Ceiling Tiles
For direct mount applications or use with existing tiles in a grid.
Delivery Time: 3-7 Business Days
Ceiling Skins: Expensive look ... Inexpensive cost!
Made from UV stabilized .35 mm vinyl thermoplastic, these tiles may be directly mounted on your ceiling or, if you have a grid system with flat acoustical tiles, they may be added as a skin to create a ceiling with a "wow" factor. These tiles are easy to install, easy to clean, stain and water resistant, resource friendly and delivered direct to your door! Please note that there is no minimum order on our in stock ceiling skins, so you may order single tiles if you want to see what they look like before placing a larger order.
Installing Ceiling Skins
Direct Mount Installation
Using an adhesive like Loctite's Power Grab, simply apply the ceiling skins directly on to your ceiling or wall.
Grid Installation with Existing Tiles
Remove your existing tile and apply the ceiling skin on the tile using an adhesive. Once set, trim any excess around the tile with a razor knife and then put your completed tile back in your grid. Each tile should only take 1-2 minutes.
Grid Installation without Existing Tiles
Only our VC relief tiles are specifically designed for use in a grid system without an existing tile. If you don't have existing tiles you can create some easily by using either 1/4" MDF or 7/16" OSB and cutting them into 4" x 23.5" pieces. By adhering 1 piece across the back of a tile you create the backing needed with less than 25 cents of material cost. Be sure to check with your local building code prior to beginning your project.
Installing with a 2x4 Grid or Tegular Tiles
With a 2x4 grid you can either apply the tiles directly to your 2x4 ceiling tiles or you can add a Grid Divider to convert your 2x4 grid into a 2x2 grid. If your existing ceiling has tegular tiles you can simply flip them over and apply the ceiling skins to the back side of the tiles.
The ceiling skins have been independently tested by Intertek Testing Services. They have a Class A fire rating with a flame spread index of 15 and a smoke developed index of 120. The scale is based on a noncombustible cement-asbestos board with a value of 0 and untreated lumber being 100. So these will burn significantly slower than wood but emit about 20% more smoke than wood on the parts that are burning.
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