Over time, ceilings can crumble and create an eyesore and a health hazard for you and your family. If you notice that your ceiling is in disrepair, it may be time to replace it. While you can have drywall installed, you can give your ceiling a great deal of charm by choosing to install a Tin Ceiling Long Island NY residents love. Whether your home is older or a newer construction, tin can give it a warmth that is not matched by drywall and other construction products. Installing a tin ceiling is not for the faint of heart. It can take a great deal of time and precision to make sure you new ceiling looks great and is built to last. Use the following tips to help you install your new ceiling properly.
Find the Center
Installing a tin ceiling is similar to installing tile. One of the first things you need to do is measure the space and find the center of the room. You will then install the first tile, and work out so the pieces you need to cut are on the sides of your room and not as noticeable to people as they enter.
Choose an Adhesive
The next step is to determine how you want to attach the tin to the ceiling. You can use small penny nails, or choose an easier method by using a durable, construction grade adhesive. Nails are more widely used, but can be complicated versus the ease that is offered by a liquid adhesive.
Install the Tin Tiles
Once you have located the center and have your installation materials ready, install the first tile and work out covering the rest of the ceiling in the room. You can cut pieces using tin snips, but make sure you measure several times so you don’t make a wrong cut and waste a large amount of your materials. If the look of tin excites you, but the idea of installing it creates stress and worry, don’t fret. Contact Abingdon Construction Long Island NY and inquire about having your new ceiling professionally installed. They can have your project completed in as little as one day, and give your ceiling the makeover it needs. Call them today for more information and to receive your free, no-obligation quote. Click here for more details.