Ceiling Tile Fan

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.

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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

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PVC vs Acoustical 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.

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Why continue to spend money on something you can do once and be done with? Our Ceilings will save you money!

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Ceiling Tile Collapse

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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How-To: Air Diverters

Installing Air Diverters:

Air Diverters are used to divert air from the vent in a specific direction that you want. They are applied the same way as the Deflectors. Our Diverters come in White and Black and Side to Side or Angle.

To install a side diverter simply place the lips into the grid directly over the vent in the direction you want to divert the air.

An angled diverter is done the same way, simply lap the lips into the gird directly over the vent in the angled direction you want to divert the air.

For more information on Air Diverters and Deflectors and product pricing visitNew Ceiling Tiles.

 

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How-To: Installing Diverters and Deflectors

Deflector:

Our Deflectors are used to keep dirt and moisture from vents from blowing directly on your ceiling tiles causing them to get dirty and need cleaning.

To install a deflector simply push your vent up into the grid and out of the way. Next bring in your deflector at an angle making it easy to slide into the grid between the grid and vent. When you have the deflector in place, pull your vent back down securing the vent and deflector. 

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Our deflectors are 1 piece units and come in White and Black.

Installing Air Diverters:

Air Diverters are used to divert air from the vent in a specific direction that you want. They are applied the same way as the Deflectors. Our Diverters come in White and Black and Side to Side or Angle. 

For more information on Air Diverters and Deflectors and product pricing visit New Ceiling Tiles.

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How-To: Installing Grid Covers

Our Grid Covers are very easy to install. There are two types of grid cover:

The Main Grid Covers come pre-notched to fit the cross T’s sections and and are 4′.

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The Cross T’s covers come in 2′ and 4′ sections and are applied to fill in the gaps from the Main Grid Cover.

To apply covers on your grid simply snap the cover on with the wider lip first. 

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That’s all there is to it, for more information and where to purchase visit New Ceiling Tiles.

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Ceiling Tile Collapse in De Pere

A building full of workers at De Pere, Wisconsin were evacuted recently due to a water heater accident. Officials say a water heater on the third floor failed, forcing many ceiling tiles to collapse, and pouring water onto the floor. Many room were damaged along with property. 

Water heater accidents are fairly common and 9 out of 10 times when it happens the fiber ceiling tiles always give way causing most of the damage.

Our ceiling tiles are 100% waterproof, they will never give way to water. They won’t water spot or sag, and they won’t harrness bad bacterias and mold.

Head over to www.newceilingtiles.com for more information on our waterproof ceiling tiles and other products.

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Costly Mold Repairs

CLAREMONT, California – “The California Occupational Safety and Health Administration is expected to close an investigation by early July into mold being found in a Claremont High School classroom.”

“Claremont Unified School District officials received a complaint earlier this year of water leaking in a classroom and falling ceiling tiles, said Kevin Ward, assistant superintendent of human resources. Workers found and removed a section of mold above a classroom’s dropped-tile ceiling as well as paint that was believed to be lead-based, Ward said.”

Schools, hospitals, businesses and even sometimes homes are being investigated more and more and forced to spend big bucks on replacing ceiling tiles due to moisture build up causing dangerous mold. Don’t let this happen to you, don’t let your building become a harbinger for dangerous molds.

Our ceiling tiles are 100% waterproof, which means you will never have mold. You will never have water damage and rust. Your ceiling tiles will never sag and fall.

To learn more about our products visit New Ceiling Tiles.

Original Article Here.

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Update

Just an update, head on over to New Ceiling Tiles to check out the new look. We will also be getting a testimonial page as soon as it’s finished. Stay tuned for new posts.

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School Mold Growth

Recently a school in Harrisburg, PA. had a run in with a large-scale mold problem. Apparently the parents claimed they could see visible mold growth through the building’s brightly painted ceiling tiles. Unfortunately, this is all to common.

Most schools choose acoustical fiber ceiling tiles which are susceptible to water damage, mold growth, and bacteria growth just to name a few. Once damaged visibly the school department will just paint over the ceiling tiles instead of replacing them to save money.

This is not a healthy environment for anyone especially children. PVC ceiling tiles are water proof, rust proof, sag proof, and mold proof. They will never need to be replaced. They are easy to clean and durable. Don’t ever have to replace your ceiling tiles again. Visit NewCeilingTiles.com for more information on PVC ceiling tiles.

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http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/article/schools/court+house/82765-report+says+mold+gone+elementary+no.+2

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