Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Polyurethane Ceiling Tiles

When building a new home or renovating a business, there are many choices for ceiling materials. Instead of boring plain ceiling tiles, drywall or plaster, polyurethane ceiling tiles make an excellent choice. These tiles offer visual interest, aesthetic appeal and add value to the structure. With so many styles of polyurethane tiles to choose from, there is no end to the combinations and patterns that can be created.

Installation of Polyurethane Tiles for Ceilings
Installation of polyurethane ceiling tiles is a relatively simple process. Wood furring strips are nailed to the ceiling and then the polyurethane tiles are nailed to the wood furring strips. This allows for easy and seamless installation with perfectly matched corners and lines. Installation of ceiling tiles is an easy way to cover up an uneven, bumpy or stained ceiling.

Care of Polyurethane Tiles
One of the many benefits of polyurethane tiles for ceilings is that they are easy to care for. A feather duster or a soft microfiber cloth are all that are needed to keep the tiles looking as good as they did the day they were installed. Clean the tiles once a month to keep them looking great and to enhance the indoor air quality of the home or building.

Styles of Polyurethane Tiles for Ceilings
Polyurethane tiles for ceilings come in a wide variety of styles. For a traditional look, select the egg and dart pattern or the star ceiling tile. In office buildings, lobbies or elegant foyer areas, the Edwards ceiling tile or Kinsley ceiling tiles are excellent choices. For a more relaxed look, the Ashford ceiling tile is a wise choice. All of the ceiling tiles measure 24" by 24" with the exception of the Ashford ceiling tile, which measures 28.75" by 28.75". Since the tiles are perfectly square, they can easily be cut to fit any shape or size of ceiling.


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