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Fasade

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Traditional 4 - 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Tile in Crosshatch Silver

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The Fasade Traditional 4 2 ft. x 2 ft. PVC Cross Hatch Silver Lay-in Ceiling Tile provides the classic look of a traditional tin ceiling. Made of rugged PVC. This textured panel resists water and corrosion. It easily lays into your existing ceiling grid.

  • Sturdy PVC construction that offers the classic look of a traditional tin ceiling
  • Great for new construction or remodeling
  • Each panel covers 4 sq. ft.
  • Corrosion and water resistant for exceptional durability
  • P.E.I. rating 0 is suitable for walls and residential or commercial use only
  • May be cut with snips, scissors or a utility knife for quick and easy installation

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Can these ceiling tiles be attached to smooth sheet rock ceiling using glue or contrsuction adhesive?

This question is from Traditional 4 - 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Tile in Oil Rubbed Bronze
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January 5, 2015
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Hello! Thank you for your question! The wall to which you plan to install backsplash panels to needs to be freshly cleaned, free from dust, grease, wax, etc. After you’ve cleaned the wall, be sure that it is dried thoroughly. Acceptable substrates are drywall, plaster or clean, smooth tile (glazed, porcelain type tile; not porous or textured). Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched, Read More
Hello! Thank you for your question! The wall to which you plan to install backsplash panels to needs to be freshly cleaned, free from dust, grease, wax, etc. After you’ve cleaned the wall, be sure that it is dried thoroughly. Acceptable substrates are drywall, plaster or clean, smooth tile (glazed, porcelain type tile; not porous or textured). Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched, leveled and primed. Fill cracks and irregularities with wallboard compound or spackling, then sand smooth with fine-grade sandpaper. Any porous material like highly textured drywall, plywood (or any raw wood without primer), and wallpaper unless removed, sanded and primed, will result in adhesive failure. The recommended adhesive is PL Premium and can be purchased at your local Home Depot. Please feel free to contact customer care for any additional questions at 800.434.3750. We would be happy to assist you! Read Less
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Are these tiles easy to cut?

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January 17, 2014
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Hello! Thank you for your question! Yes, the Fasade panels are easy to cut. To cut the ceiling panels, you can use a utility knife, scissors or a tin snips. Feel free to contact customer care for installation troubleshooting (800.434.3750).
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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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November 30, 2012
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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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Is the price for one ceiling tile or for a box of them? Product listed below.

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RE: Fasade 2 ft x 4 ft Traditional 2 cracked Copper Glue-up Ceiling Tile.
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May 27, 2014
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Thank you for your question! The Fasade decorative ceiling and backsplash panels are sold individually. Feel free to contact customer care for installation troubleshooting or product information.
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October 25, 2011
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Thank you for your question! The decorative ceiling panels are sold individually.
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