ceiling. Tuesday , May 09th , 2017 - 10:39:43 AM
Drywall Ceiling: A drywall ceiling is made of a layer of gypsum plaster that is pressed between two thick sheets of cardboard and then kiln dried. It's best if this ceiling is installed by a professional. A drywall ceiling is about 1.0-1.5 inches thick. Hence, it doesn't take up too much space. Moreover, it can be painted in different colors. However, one does not have easy access to the overhead wires and pipes.
Using Backsplash Tin Ceiling Tiles: Backsplash tin tiles are growing in popularity for kitchens and bathrooms. Tiles that have the six-pattern style are more appropriate for creating this effect, although 12-pattern tiles are also used. These tiles have to be nailed up rather than being snap locked.
First of all it is important to decide on the style of the ceiling that you would like to use. Once you have done that, decide on how many panels you will require.
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