Sagging acousitcal ceiling tile

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Old 07-19-08, 11:11 AM
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Question Sagging acousitcal ceiling tile

Anyone have a suggestion how to repair or shore up sagging tiles on a newly installed (about one year ago) acousitcal tile ceiling. There are about six tiles approximately three rows in from the wall that I notice. Can anything be done that doesn't require that the tiles be removed and reinstalled. Is there a way to push them up and restapled without damaging the tiles. Thanks
 
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Old 07-19-08, 07:08 PM
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Is it a grid ceiling or staple up type ceiling? If it is a grid ceiling, you could buy 2' cross members, install them at the halfway point between the grids, making a 2x2 system, and cut the tiles in half and reinstall them. They would have less chance of sagging that way.
 
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