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Traditional 4 - 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Tile in Brushed Aluminum

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Fasade Lay-in decorative thermoplastic ceiling tiles provides the classic look of traditional tin ceilings for a fraction of the cost. The ceiling panels feature quick and easy installation, inserting easily into any existing or new suspended ceiling grid. Whether you’re remodeling an entire room or simply accenting a small area, these ceiling panels create an instant designer look. Unlike traditional tin panels that require decades to acquire an antique look, these ceiling tiles have that turn of the century authenticity right out of the box.

  • Please allow 28 days for production time
  • Made of PVC, these panels are class A fire rated
  • Panels lay-in to a new or existing ceiling grid system
  • Available in 2 ft. x 2 ft. panel, covering 4 sq. ft.
  • P.E.I. rating 0 is suitable for walls and residential or commercial use only
  • Perfect for remodeling or new construction
  • Matching grid covers and ceiling grid systems are available

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Can you cut Fasade 2 ft. x 2 ft. Traditional 4 Brushed Aluminum Lay-In Ceiling Tiles with scissors to fit an existing drop down ceiling grid?

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Hello Meredith! Thank you for your question! Yes, you can cut your panels with a scissors. You can cut the panels using a sharp utility knife, scissors or tin snips. When using a utility knife, score the finished side of the panel using a steel straight edge as a guide. Apply light pressure on the first pass with the blade and then gradually increase the pressure on a few more passes. There is no need to Read More
Hello Meredith! Thank you for your question! Yes, you can cut your panels with a scissors. You can cut the panels using a sharp utility knife, scissors or tin snips. When using a utility knife, score the finished side of the panel using a steel straight edge as a guide. Apply light pressure on the first pass with the blade and then gradually increase the pressure on a few more passes. There is no need to try to cut through the panel. Just bend it and snap it off. Please feel free to contact customer care for additonal troubleshooting -800.434.3750. Read Less
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