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Ceilume Cambridge White 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in or Glue-up Ceiling Panel (Case of 6)
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Cambridge White 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in or Glue-up Ceiling Panel (Case of 6)

  • Easy to trim and customize
  • Not effected by water, resists mold, and will not rust
  • For use in new construction or to update decor
$3.49 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.00 sq. ft.
$83.76 /case

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Cambridge ceiling panels in easy-to-clean white, our most popular color, are an amazingly versipanel design. Use them as center, feature panels, border panels and even as lay-under panels for suspended ceiling installations where you want to leave your existing mineral fiber panels in place. And buy with confidence knowing that Ceilume panels backed by the highest safety and environmental standards.

  • Made throughout from durable 0.030 thick white virgin vinyl material, these panels will not rust, stain, corrode or be effected by water or humidity and they resist mold, mildew and bacteria
  • Beauty of authentic tin, only better, no special tools or skills required for installation and no sheet metal cuts
  • Impact resistant ceiling panels are 2 ft. x 2 ft. (actual size 23.75 in. x 23.75 in.) and each panel covers a 4 sq. ft. area
  • ASTM-E84 Class A fire rated, IAPMO UES ER-310 recognized compliant with 2006, 2009 and 2012 International Building Code and FDA compliant for food preparation areas
  • Excellent for remodeling or new construction, these elegant decorative ceiling panels trim easily with scissors or a matte knife for can light openings, etc.
  • GREENGUARD Environmental Institute Certified for Indoor Air Quality and Children and Schools and fully recyclable
  • Giving you style choices that go way beyond standard mineral fiber panels or panels, Cambridge's clean relief design make it an icon in the ceiling industry
  • NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) 25% (35% with AcoustoTherm Back Panel)
  • LRV - (Light Reflectance Value) = 83%; when used in conjunction with AcoustoTherm Back Panel R-Value Up = 0.8, R-Value Down = 0.9
  • For your partial grid squares, where the ceiling meets the walls, you invert the panel and trim to size, allowing Cambridge's elegant pattern to repeat - but now the features are slightly recessed, this not only accents and highlights your featured panels and it makes edge trimming to any size quick and easy
  • Single tiles not returnable - returns only accepted as 6 packs
  • Each case contains 6 individual tiles that covers 24 sq. ft.

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Do these tiles have any acoustic ratings?

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April 9, 2015
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Ceilume Cambridge ceiling panels have an NRC of 15% and and STC of 15. When used in conjunction with a SoniGuard Insulation, the NRC increases to 30% and the STC increases to 18. You can find SoniGuard at HomeDepot.com by copying/pasting the following link in to your browser: Read More
Ceilume Cambridge ceiling panels have an NRC of 15% and and STC of 15. When used in conjunction with a SoniGuard Insulation, the NRC increases to 30% and the STC increases to 18. You can find SoniGuard at HomeDepot.com by copying/pasting the following link in to your browser: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ceilume-Soniguard-24-in-x-24-in-Drop-Ceiling-Acoustic-Thermal-Insulation-Case-of-25-SONIGRD-CASE/204260961 Read Less
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April 9, 2015
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Yes, this product has a 25% noise reduction coefficient. 35% when used with the backing.
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Installation

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Can these ceiling tiles be nailed and glued into the ceiling or only glued?
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I suppose you could but I would prefer glue only. really if you use the strong bond from liquid nails that works quite well.
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Ceilume recommends glue-up installation for most Do-It-Yourself projects but if you'd prefer using a mechanical fastener, we recommend using T-50 staples of an appropriate length to provide a firm hold. You can use either a hand or air powered stapler. Staples may not be suitable for very hard sub-surfaces (plaster, very old wood, etc.).
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Ceilume recommends glue-up installation for most Do-It-Yourself projects but if you'd prefer using a mechanical fastener, we recommend using T-50 staples of an appropriate length to provide a firm hold. You can use either a hand or air powered stapler. Staples may not be suitable for very hard sub-surfaces (plaster, very old wood, etc.).
Make sure you allow the tiles to reach room temperature before installation (cold tiles can be brittle). Also take care to not staple to close to the edge of the tiles.
Whether you chose a glue-up or staple-up installation, you will need to use Decostrips to cover the joints between the tiles. You will need 1 bundle of strips for every 10 tiles you install. Read Less
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Installation

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Online it only describes glue or staple installation but the tiles clearly say lay in or glue. Can I lay them in a track and if so what kind do you recommend?
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April 15, 2014
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Yes, you can lay them in a standard drop-ceiling track. Don't forget to turn the outside perimeter upside-down for a finished look.
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Ceilume Cambridge Ceiling Tiles can easily be installed in Lay-In ceilings. While they can be used in 9/16" wide track, we suggest using 15/16" or 1" wide track. It's easier to find, easier to work with, and usually is less expensive than the narrower track.
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Can these be painted?

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just about anything can be painted with the correct paint. so I say yes as long as the paint is for plastic.
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Yes. Ceilume tiles are made of a rigid vinyl and can be painted without using primer. Please consult with the Paint Pros at the Home Depot paint department for their recommendation on the best type of paint to use.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by looked good in photo , but thin plastic poor quality too expensive for what it is horrible product , paper thin plastic material ,poorly made , looked nice in photo ,but cheap looking when you get it garbage June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this product This is the best way to hide old cheap drop-in tile. I recovered an 18'x22' basement ceiling in two evenings - included painting the grid. I also figured out how to cut the tile for edge pieces! Other posts had recommended flipping the tile over and installing up-side down. I did not like the look. I am so happy with the new ceiling and will be doing more rooms with it! February 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy Tiles look great. A few came damaged but the customer service was so great that they took care of it immediately. April 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Too thin and warp with heat supply vents Product looks good however material is too thin. Put two ceiling heat ducts in two of the tiles and within a week the tiles began warping from the heat. We do not keep our house that warm and weather has been unreasonable warm so minimal heat thru ducts. Have to come up with another solution for ceiling squares where there are heat supply vents. February 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great looking The ceiling panels were just as advertised, we glued them up and they give a very clean and classy look. They were easy to install and we've had no issues with them. January 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I really regret this purchase. I really regret this purchase. The tile needs a lot of customization for all but a perfect 2x2 spot. Sides, angles , trim etc will cost you A FORTUNE to have installed as it requires a ton of extra labor because of the nature of the design. Choose another tile. I wish i had known. A 600 square foot ceiling ended up costing no less than 4 times what it would have been with a different design tile. Plus I had to order way WAY more than estimated because the wastage was enormous, again because of the particular design. March 11, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by They're pretty for my bedroom ceiling.Worth the $, not so sure. The tiles are gorgeous but i bought them to help with the sound from the apt. above me and for that, I'm not so sure it does much good. Nor does the product get into the sound barrier much though it's suppose to be for that. All reviews focused on the look, not a sound barrier. Also, my contractor was disappointed that the design wasn't improved so that you didn't have to use the tape on the seams. They could've been interlocked. Now that it's finished, it's beautiful but I paid the price. February 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks fancy! These tiles are pretty expensive for ceiling tiles, but they are a great way to make a room look upscale. I used them in my basement and it looks really good. One thing - the outside perimeter needs to be turned upside down. (It wasn't in any directions, and I was stumped on how to do it right until I saw a picture online). April 15, 2014
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