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Model # 321-51

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Dimensions Faux 2 ft. x 4 ft. Glue-up Tin Style Copper Ceiling Tile for Surface Mount

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Model # 321-51

Internet # 205298539

Dimensions thermoformed panels replicate the look of tin tiles. Our 2 ft. x 4 ft. faux tin tiles are available in a copper solid colored styrene which you can install as-is in white or inexpensively paint any color to match your decor. This allows you to achieve the same look as metal panels for a fraction of the cost. Time is also saved with the ease of installation because they are light weight and easy to work with, simply glue-up your ceiling and cut effortlessly with a scissors. Our panels are ready to install right out of the box, unlike tin ceiling tiles which need to be painted to prevent rusting, making these a perfect choice for your next DIY project. Why use more of your valuable time and money when you can save and it's impossible to tell the difference after installation with six designs and seven available colors, you're sure to find something you like. In addition to; copper, white, aged copper, brass, nickel, bronze and matte black are also available. Plus, you have the ability to paint our panels, giving you an individual touch that no one can recreate. We've noticed the specialty finishes such as 'hammered' or 'metallic' spray paints turn out stunning. You're only limited by your imagination. This design has a 6 in. repeat pattern and looks good in small or large areas. All of our products are made in the USA.

  • Easy glue up to any solid painted ceiling surface, all panels overlap eliminating seams and the need to buy additional materials
  • Made of durable .020 thick styrene; these tiles will not rust, stain, corrode and are not affected by water or humidity
  • Crisp and clean lightweight detailed panels offer the look of real tin tiles
  • Made in the USA

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Size (ft.) 
2 x 4 
Area Covered per Piece (sq. ft.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.125 
Product Height (in.) 
48 
Product Width (in.) 
48 
Thickness (In.) 
.020 
Details
Antimicrobial 
Yes 
Ceiling Product Type 
Surface Mount Tile 
Color Family 
Copper 
Color/Finish 
Metallic Copper 
Corrosion Resistant 
Yes 
Edge Detail 
Square 
Material 
Plastic 
Moisture Resistant 
Yes 
Mount Type 
Glue Up 
Number of Pieces per Case 
Pattern Type 
Non-Directional 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Water Resistant 
Yes 
Weight (lb.) 
Warranty / Certifications
Class A Fire Rating 
Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty 
GSP guarantees that your ceiling tiles will be free from manufacturing defects for a period of five years from the date of purchase. 

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Color Family: Copper
Material: Plastic
Mount Type: Glue Up
Price: $20 - $30
Approximate Size (ft.): 2 x 4
Water Resistant: Yes
Edge Detail: Square
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Square sizes

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I know it's 2x 4 but how big are the tiny squares themselves in the pattern?
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what type of glue to you use to glue to painted drywall

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Hello!
I recommend Powergrab by Loctite.
Homedepot.com #1589155 or #2022554
Reasons:
It dries clear
It has a strong initial hold - but can still be moved if needed
Won't telegraph through, or negatively react (i.e. melt) the panels
Usually you get about 2.5 panels per tube of glue when following the recommended gluing pattern.
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Do these have to be glued?

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I am replacing old cork type drop ceiling tiles. The current cork tiles are 2 by 4's and are in the track/suspension metal railings. Can I just drop these new tiles right into that same suspension system vs gluing them...actually it is not possible for me to glue these to the old original ceiling as that ceiling has areas cut out for the bathroom plumbing access...so am I just able to fit these right into the track metal system vs gluing them?
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May 16, 2016
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The ceiling pieces can be used in a ceiling and not glued down.
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Hello Tiffany,
Unfortunately the 2x4's will not sit into the grid system on their own. There are some options that would allow you to use these tiles still.
Firstly, so you know ahead of time - these tiles need to be trimmed prior to sitting in a grid. There is a 1/2" 'dot dash' border around the 4 sides designed for overlapping installation. These can be cut off with scissors or a utility knife Read More
Hello Tiffany,
Unfortunately the 2x4's will not sit into the grid system on their own. There are some options that would allow you to use these tiles still.
Firstly, so you know ahead of time - these tiles need to be trimmed prior to sitting in a grid. There is a 1/2" 'dot dash' border around the 4 sides designed for overlapping installation. These can be cut off with scissors or a utility knife to fit.
Option A - keeping the 2x4 grid system:
•You could buy cheap 2x4 ceiling tiles and glue these to the new tiles.
•You could buy a thin substrate (Minimum 1/4" plywood, thin drywall, white foamboard, etc) and glue them to that substrate prior to installing.
Option B -
•Buy the necessary cross-T's to convert your grid to a 2'x2' system and then use the pre-cut- and thicker tiles which are ready to lay in a grid system - Search this number 205309158 and it will take you there!
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how do the pannels meet....is there a slot the adjoining one fits under/into ?

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The panels overlap via the 'dot dash' edge. Essentially yes, one panel fits under it's neighboring panel. This helps to hide the seams once installed.
It's important when working on a ceiling to stagger the joints (like you would with wood flooring). This prevents a scenario where 4 corners from 4 different panels would meet at one edge and cause the panels to bulge up.
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The panels overlap via the 'dot dash' edge. Essentially yes, one panel fits under it's neighboring panel. This helps to hide the seams once installed.
It's important when working on a ceiling to stagger the joints (like you would with wood flooring). This prevents a scenario where 4 corners from 4 different panels would meet at one edge and cause the panels to bulge up.
By staggering I mean : Once you've finished one row, start with a half panel (or a cut piece from the prior row) and continue on. The 'dot dash' pattern is universal through the pattern, so as long as you have that edge (on 3 sides - assuming you place the cut edge against the wall), you can use any of the cut pieces you have.
The other option is to cut off the corners of the bottom panels (which would be hidden by the overlap) if you don't stagger them. In my opinion this is more tedious. Read Less
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These panels overlap via the 'dot-dash' edge. This helps keep things aligned during installation and helps hide the seams!
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