Need to install a fan and have ceiling tiles but no room for a traditional fan? We now offer ceiling tile fans that distribute air over 144 square feet. It has low energy consumption and is ultra quiet. It is designed to fit a standard 2′ x 2′ suspended ceiling. We offer a 3 speed fan with wireless remote control or a 2 speed fan with a wall control for multiple units – up to 20!
Only 1 wall controll is required for the 2 speed fan, it will control up to 20 units. Only 1 wireless controller required for the 3 speed fan. Additional 3 speed fans are remote controlled by a single infrared remote.
Ceiling Tile Fan Features:
- Each fan distributes air over 144 sqft.
- Low Energy Consumption
- UL Listed
- Ultra quiet
- Designed to fit a standard 2’x2′ (24″x24″) suspended ceiling
- Low profile design
- 3 speed fan with wireless remote control
- 2 speed fans with wall control for multiple
For more information on the Ceiling Tile Fan and other products visit New Ceiling Tiles
Questions have come up on what the difference is between our PVC tiles and acoustical tiles. Acoustical ceiling tiles are fiber board tiles with small pours (holes) covering them for noise reduction. They are made out of fiber and over time will accumulate moisture causing the tiles to sag, rot, and mold. Over a short period of time you will notice that the tiles acoustical quality and noise reduction have reduced as the pours will fill with dirt and dust. Since there is no way to clean a fiber ceiling tile without damaging it the only option is to replace your tiles. This can become very costly as tiles need to be replaced.
Our PVC tiles are Polyvinyl Chloride (Plastic) and will never rot or sag and will not become harbingers of dangerous molds and mildews. Cleaning them is as easy as wiping the tile down. They will never have to replaced.
Why continue to spend money on something you can do once and be done with? Our Ceilings will save you money!
Earlier last week a ceiling tile collapsed on an infant and her mother while getting a bath in the bathtub. No one was seriously injured but events like this can effect your piece of mind. The ceiling tile was a water damaged acoustical fiber ceiling tile. Small amounts of water can build up on these tiles, damaging and rotting them. Collapsing fiber ceiling tiles are unfortunately all to common.
The only full proof way to avoid these issues and insure safety for your family is to avoid fiber ceiling tiles all together. PVC ceiling tiles will never rot, sag, mold, mildew or water damage. They will never collapse and aren’t harbingers for dangerous black molds.
For more information on PVC ceiling tiles visit New Ceiling Tiles
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