Compared to drop ceiling systems, installing a CeilingConnex ceiling grid is simple and easy. The grid system mounts directly to your joists; there are no wires to twist, just a clean, simple ceiling grid, and only basic tools are required. The ceiling grid can be stapled or screwed in place and our mission ceiling tiles can be cut with a scissors.
Maximize Ceiling Height
When you install a suspended ceiling, you can lose as much as six inches of ceiling height. However, with a direct-mount ceiling grid, you only lose about an inch.
Easy Access to Plumbing and Electrical
Keeping convenient access to the plumbing and electrical systems in your home is one of the advantages of a ceiling tile system. With our interlocking-T system, you still have access to everything above the installed ceiling. Simply rock the lower T back and forth while pulling down and it will unsnap from the main T. You or your contractor can then make any changes or repairs to plumbing or wiring. When you’re done, the lower T locks back in place with ease.
No Rust or Water Damage
Conventional suspended ceiling grids made from metal and can rust over time. If you have a damp basement, this can be a big problem! However, at CeilingConnex’s we use a high quality PVC, meaning it won’t be subject to rust or staining.