help find flush clip mount ceiling tile

Old 02-18-02, 04:59 PM
m. boehner
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Question help find flush clip mount ceiling tile

I'm looking for a ceiling product for the basement that will allow access to pipes, etc. I have seen references on this site to "flush clip mount ceiling" systems--but can't find such a thing at the home improvement store, nor locate a manufacturer on the web.

Does anyone know who makes this system? And where it could be purchased?

Old 02-18-02, 09:12 PM
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Home depot has it in stock. The tiles are standard drop in type and the grid is secured to the joists or strapping. It's located on an end cap across from the drop ceiling material in the rear of the store next to the lumber aisle..........(at least in all four HD's i shop in MA)
Old 02-18-02, 11:02 PM
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Aaahhh, The 'big box'- it's a beautiful thing. Sounds exactly like my 4 local Home Depots.
Old 02-19-02, 05:33 AM
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It's called "ceiling max". The web site is : Our local HD carries it also.
Old 02-19-02, 08:28 AM
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Thank you all so much!

Though my local HD doesn't carry CeilingMax in stock, now I know what to ask for, and they are checking on ordering it for me. If they are unable to get it, I can follow up on my own.

I had spent quite a bit of time searching for this product, and you solved my problem very quickly! I really appreciate it, and will return to this forum again...
Old 02-24-02, 09:14 AM
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Armstrong makes them as well....

Might want to take a look at armstrongs products as well they have the clipable flush mount ceiling tiles.

Old 02-25-02, 10:01 AM
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Thanks very much for the additional source. I'm following up on that one, too.

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