Suspended (drop) ceilings are a great option when access to overhead pipes, ductwork and wiring is needed. It's also easy to repair and replace a damaged ceiling panel - just remove the old panel and pop a new one into place.
Available in a variety of options, drop ceilings are not only easy to install but they can also bring some excitement and flair to your ceiling. Only 3 inches of overhead space is required for most installations, so you don't have to sacrifice ceiling height.
Smooth Look Ceilings: Available in 24" x 24" and 24" x 48" options, these mineral fiber panels have a clean, upscale visual similar to drywall and install in a standard 15/16" grid system.
Decorative Suspended Ceilings: These 24" x 24" mineral fiber ceilings come in a variety of decorative options, including coffered and unique styles for different areas of the home. They install in a standard 15/16" grid system.
Metallaire Suspended Ceilings: 24" x 24" Metallaire panels install in a standard 15/16-in grid system. Coordinating grid kits are available, although existing or new grid can also be painted to match the panels.
Coffered Look Ceilings: These 24" x 24" panels are made of rigid PVC and offer a sophisticated, coffer look at a fraction of the cost of custom work. These panels are available in white or black, and come in two different depths. These drop ceilings install in a standard 15/16" grid system.
Ceilings for Narrow Grid: Special 24" x 24" mineral fiber panels install on a narrow 9/16" grid, which helps minimize the look of grid.
Textured Look Ceilings: Available in 24" x 24" and 24" x 48" options, these panels typically have a fissured or coarse visual and install in a standard 15/16" grid system.
Any of the above options can be installed in 4 easy steps:
Tell us your room dimensions and joist direction, and we'll tell you how to layout your 24"x 24" or 24" x 48" drop ceiling grid and provide an accurate materials estimate for your space.Layout Grid and Estimate