Lower Support T (white, 95 in)
CeilingConnex Lower Support: White
Support your ceiling tile with ease! Our Lower Support Ceiling Grid snaps directly into the Main Runner to support ceiling tiles. During installation, this product is also divided into 2’ Cross Ts that float between tiles. Ideal for home theaters, our solution maintains maximum ceiling height and ensures easy access to plumbing and wiring.
- One 95in Heavy Duty Lower Support Ceiling Grid (White)
- Installation instructions
- Patent pending design
- Customer service support
- 100% Satisafaction guarantee
- Perfect for Media Rooms
CeilingConnex is your place for your ceiling grid needs.
Whether you’re completing an unfinished basement or trying to find drop ceiling options, you’ve come to the right place. If your basement ceiling ideas have left you feeling claustrophobic, our ceiling grid solution is here to turn your dreams into reality – you CAN save six or more inches of ceiling height.
Our high-quality ceiling materials also work in damp spaces as they carry a 100% rust-free guarantee. Order a sample kit today to begin your deluxe media room mission.
All products work with standard ceiling tiles and are available in black or white. Exceptional customer service is standing by to answer your questions and all of our products carry a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
**Not Compatible with CeilingLink or CeilingMax
Made in the USA
Posted by D.W on 23rd Sep 2017
I like how you don't see the ends when it's installed. Just wish you could buy them pre-cut.
Lower Support T (white, 8 ft) great value
Posted by DNICE on 29th Jun 2017
Lower Support T (white, 8 ft) is a great value and work while with other systems
Lower support T
Posted by Unknown on 14th Dec 2015
This piece of the ceilingconnex system is also fairly flexible. This makes cutting it easier but more rigidity would make the finished ceiling look better. The system is engineered to allow the lower T to be fastened to the upper section at different depths as needed but unless fully engaged the ceiling grid can look like it is sagging in places. When cut for the cross pieces, it is primarily a spacer. Overall we are still quite pleased with the final result of the ceilingconnex system.