Tin Ceilings Tile Metal Ceilings Plastic Alternative
Tin Ceiling Tiles Metal Ceiling Tiles Plastic Vinyl Ceiling Tiles Alternatives
Tin Ceiling Tiles, meaning 100% tin, most likely do not exist as careful research will most likely reveal they are partially Tin Ceiling Tiles. The reason is Tin is a soft silvery-white metal that is very light and easy to melt. Being so soft, tin is rarely used as a pure metal; instead it is combined with other metals in order to make alloys all that possess tin’s numerous beneficial properties. These include a low toxicity level and a high resistance to corrosion. Many everyday items that we associate with tin such as “tin cans” and “tinfoil”, are actually misnomers. Tin cans are in fact made from a compound referred to as tinplate, which is steel sheet metal that has been coated with a thin layer of tin. Tinplate efficiently combines the strength of steel with tin’s luster, corrosion resistance and low toxicity. Most Tin Ceiling Tiles are tin-plated meaning they are made from sheet metal, thin coated with tin and in all likely hood will require painting. Another type of Metal Ceiling Tiles are those made from Unfinished Aluminum . Ceiling Tiles made of Aluminum ( unlike raw tin-plated steel ceiling tiles) will not rust. Steel will rust even if coated with tin plating where as Aluminum will never rust. As with any unfinished Metal Ceiling Tiles they require painting. There are many Metallic Paints on the market and to purchase these beautiful Metallic Paints in for example Copper or Silver is very expensive and cost around $150.00 per gallon of paint. As a rule Metal Ceiling Tiles are designed to fit into a 15/16 Inch Grid suspended Ceiling System.
Metal Ceiling Tiles have a great variance in price and as an example Solid Aged Copper Ceiling Tile can easily cost upwards of around $65.00 per 24 inch x 24 inch ceiling tile or about $16.25 per square foot. Tin-Plated Ceiling Tiles, Sheet metal covered with tin cost around $12.00 per 24 inch x 24 inch ceiling tile or about $3.00 per SF and Unfinished Aluminum Ceiling Tiles can cost about $15.00 per Ceiling Tile or about $3.75 per square foot. If painted the Unfinished Aluminum Ceiling Tile cost up to about $6.00 per square foot.
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Plastic Vinyl Ceiling tiles are easy to work with, can be cut with regular scissors, will fit into a grid suspended ceiling system, preferably beneath the existing acoustical or mineral fiber ceiling tile for extra sound proofing, fire rating and stability. Plastic Vinyl Ceiling Tiles from Ceiling tiles By Us will fit either a 15/16 inch or 9/16 inch grid ceiling system, can be applied with glue to a reasonably smooth surface with Contact Cement or Loctite all Purpose Construction adhesive & can be glued to most smooth clean surfaces with overlapping edges. Plastic Vinyl Ceiling Tiles from Ceiling Tiles By Us come already painted in most any color or combination of colors including Cooper, Antique Copper, Silver, Antique Silver, etc., & do not require painting. The cost is about $10.99 per 24 inch x 24 inch ceiling tile or about $2.75 per square foot. Plastic Vinyl Ceiling Tiles from Ceiling Tiles by us are Fire Rated as are the Kitchen Back Splash Rolls & represent a really great value, with no requirement to paint but if customer desires tour Plastic Vinyl Ceiling tiles can be painted with any water based paint.
Why Not Try Our Plastic Vinyl Ceiling Tiles? – They Look Just Like If Not Better Than The Real Thing Copper for a fraction of the cost!
Saving money is what we are all about and with the inexpensive solutions that we offer you here at Ceiling Tiles By Us you’ll be glad that you chose to shop with us! Installation is simply a breeze and you will not find a better selection of light weight and low cost ceiling tiles out there.
Get in touch with us today if you have any questions (telephone # 888-612-7573) and feel free to browse our online store for all your metal ceiling tiles that you would like to replicate. The only person who will know the difference between your inexpensive Plastic Vinyl Ceiling and real solid aged copper ceiling tiles is you, so why not try some out today.
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