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Ceiling Max

Has anyone tried the product ceiling Max for ceilings in basements,etc. It looked interesting to me( I hate suspended ceilings) and Id like to avoid a previous disaster in doing a ceiling. Ive done drywall and suspended ceilings. jkw3tx, Im curoious, you make a statement about using CeilingMax then follow it up with It looked interesting to me( I hate suspended ceilings) It is a Low-Profile method of a suspended ceiling look Just no wires! It is to make installation easier and faster when you dont want to spend allot of time celaning up drywall mess! The CeilingMAX user-friendly grid system was designed to make installing an acoustical panel ceiling system faster and easier than ever before. The snap-in assembly technology allows the system to mount directly to joists, or to a plaster or drywall ceiling, eliminating the need for suspension wires. What exactly are you wanting to do. Since you have experience at drywall and suspended ceiling applications, choose the best one for your application. Hope this helps! First time I did a suspended ceiling it fell down on top of my parents and grandparents when they visited- I liked the snap in idea. I just wasnt sure how easy it was to use. JKW well.I just finished a day of putting this stuff up. It is spendy thats for sure. Ive got $1000 spent for 2 bedrooms, family, and bath. It looks good, but took a while to get the hang of. I really dont think it saves time vs a regular suspended, but probably faster that drywall. It took me about 5 hours to do half the family room so it looks like I have a long weekend ahead of me. One thing I didnt like is that I have engineered floor joints spaced 24 OC. I wasnt able to run the top hangers parallel with the joists (spacing didnt work). I had to run them perpendicular which left 24 between screws. I doesnt seem to be sagging, but time will tell. Any questions let me know. Im really interested in this. Ive started finishing my basement and its only got 7 2 clearance. I wanted a suspended ceiling for access reasons but of course thatd take 3-5 minimum off my height and theres still flooring to consider. Went over their webpage, looks like the hardware ends up being twice as much as a normal suspended ceiling but Im thinking itll be worth it. Thanks for mentioning it! It is expensive- but what isnt now days. Yesterday I put up the outer rim and it went very quickly. Tommorow Ill do the ceiling itself. So far its easier to work with than the metal rods and wiring of a suspended. My ceiling was also low so thats what caught my eye. JKW Sorry- it took a few days to get back to the computer- work, anyway- I put up my ceiling on monday and it looks really good and was fairly easy to put up. i was very pleased at the time and effort involved. Yes it is pricy but I like the look for the space I had to work with. I definetly recommend this product. JKW Hello, Several of you have mentioned that the Ceiling Max product is expensive. I assume that this is compared to a standard suspended product. I too am in the process of sfinishing my basement and have planned for the Ceiling max product. At first glance it appeared to be quite affordable. My space is

400 sp.ft not including boxed in heating ducts totaling

www.nilesbldg.com/corner.html (look at the expanded flange #66) http ://amico-vinyl.com/pdf/drywall/7.pdf I hope this gives you some ideas. Doug, Thanks for the idea URLs. The drywall J-Channel looks interesting. Now that I have several ideas on possibly finish this corner (with drywall on the verticle drop tiles on the bottom) I can at least begin building out the soffets to size for these options. Thanks again, John johndiy, Youre very welcome! Let us know how you made out. Good Luck Has anyone boxed in the duct work completely with the ceiling max system. Is there a link to show he do it Thanks Tim Wow! Where was this thread three months ago? I just finished using Ceiling Max in our basement. We live in a ranch style home with all the duct work running right down the center of the basement. I boxed in the duct work finishing with drywall and used the Ceiling Max system on the remaining two sides. Heres my take on the product: 1. Measure carefully to determine the exact number of each product youll need it stinks to have to run to the store for a piece in the middle of the project. 2. Level, level, levelits time consuming, but anything worth doing is worth doing right! 3. Diagram your ceiling on paper first so you avoid tiny pieces I got lucky with the ceiling around the stairs! 4. In the end, it looks fantastic. I am a 55, 42 year old woman. I was able to finish both ceilings myself and am very proud and pleased with the results! What a nice place here. About the ceilingmax system, I was told that even though I can use full 2 x 2 panels ( the ceiling area is 18 X 8) I should have a 1 border, any idea why? I just bought the stuff now Im doing the research. Thanks, Vern I was also considering using this system in my kitchen until I ran across the old fashioned tin ceilings. Check out the site americantinceilings.com. I used their snap lock system and the results are amazing. Has anyone else use this system and if so, has the price gone done? Looking to install this system to save on headroom in the basement. Thanks! hey has anyone used the grid covers? and do you know how much they cost?:mask: has anybody tried to install recessed lighting fixtures with this ceiling max or ceiling links compared to the standered metal drop ceiling.any ideas on what would work better can lights or those 6/8 ft lights.remodeling 1420 basement room ceiling is about 7 ft and also was looking into ceiling max/ceiling links or the standered metal drop ceiling but was not sure on the lighting and is it easy to install/remove the tile on the ceiling max/links system The runners that ceiling connect to have a 1 end on them so you can continue to go across the ceilingI am putting one up nowhope this helps! I am fighting this right nowtrying to put in 10 can lights and trying to figure out use the UTILITECH LIGHTS and the 24 inch hanger barsHelp!

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    Has anyone tried the product ceiling Max for ceilings in basements,etc. It looked interesting to me( I hate suspended ceilings) and Id like to avoid a previous disaster in doing a ceiling. Ive done drywall and suspended ceilings. jkw3tx, Im curoious, you make a statement about using CeilingMax then follow it up with It looked interesting to me( I hate suspended ceilings) It is a Low-Profile method of a suspended ceiling look Just no wires! It is to make installation easier and faster when you dont want to spend allot of time celaning up drywall mess! The CeilingMAX user-friendly grid system was designed to make installing an acoustical panel ceiling system faster and easier than ever before. The snap-in assembly technology allows the system to mount directly to joists, or to a plaster or drywall ceiling, eliminating the need for suspension wires. What exactly are you wanting to do. Since you have experience at drywall and suspended ceiling applications, choose the best one for your application. Hope this helps! First time I did a suspended ceiling it fell down on top of my parents and grandparents when they visited- I liked the snap in idea. I just wasnt sure how easy it was to use. JKW well.I just finished a day of putting this stuff up. It is spendy thats for sure. Ive got $1000 spent for 2 bedrooms, family, and bath. It looks good, but took a while to get the hang of. I really dont think it saves time vs a regular suspended, but probably faster that drywall. It took me about 5 hours to do half the family room so it looks like I have a long weekend ahead of me. One thing I didnt like is that I have engineered floor joints spaced 24 OC. I wasnt able to run the top hangers parallel with the joists (spacing didnt work). I had to run them perpendicular which left 24 between screws. I doesnt seem to be sagging, but time will tell. Any questions let me know. Im really interested in this. Ive started finishing my basement and its only got 7 2 clearance. I wanted a suspended ceiling for access reasons but of course thatd take 3-5 minimum off my height and theres still flooring to consider. Went over their webpage, looks like the hardware ends up being twice as much as a normal suspended ceiling but Im thinking itll be worth it. Thanks for mentioning it! It is expensive- but what isnt now days. Yesterday I put up the outer rim and it went very quickly. Tommorow Ill do the ceiling itself. So far its easier to work with than the metal rods and wiring of a suspended. My ceiling was also low so thats what caught my eye. JKW Sorry- it took a few days to get back to the computer- work, anyway- I put up my ceiling on monday and it looks really good and was fairly easy to put up. i was very pleased at the time and effort involved. Yes it is pricy but I like the look for the space I had to work with. I definetly recommend this product. JKW Hello, Several of you have mentioned that the Ceiling Max product is expensive. I assume that this is compared to a standard suspended product. I too am in the process of sfinishing my basement and have planned for the Ceiling max product. At first glance it appeared to be quite affordable. My space is

    400 sp.ft not including boxed in heating ducts totaling

    www.nilesbldg.com/corner.html (look at the expanded flange #66) http ://amico-vinyl.com/pdf/drywall/7.pdf I hope this gives you some ideas. Doug, Thanks for the idea URLs. The drywall J-Channel looks interesting. Now that I have several ideas on possibly finish this corner (with drywall on the verticle drop tiles on the bottom) I can at least begin building out the soffets to size for these options. Thanks again, John johndiy, Youre very welcome! Let us know how you made out. Good Luck Has anyone boxed in the duct work completely with the ceiling max system. Is there a link to show he do it Thanks Tim Wow! Where was this thread three months ago? I just finished using Ceiling Max in our basement. We live in a ranch style home with all the duct work running right down the center of the basement. I boxed in the duct work finishing with drywall and used the Ceiling Max system on the remaining two sides. Heres my take on the product: 1. Measure carefully to determine the exact number of each product youll need it stinks to have to run to the store for a piece in the middle of the project. 2. Level, level, levelits time consuming, but anything worth doing is worth doing right! 3. Diagram your ceiling on paper first so you avoid tiny pieces I got lucky with the ceiling around the stairs! 4. In the end, it looks fantastic. I am a 55, 42 year old woman. I was able to finish both ceilings myself and am very proud and pleased with the results! What a nice place here. About the ceilingmax system, I was told that even though I can use full 2 x 2 panels ( the ceiling area is 18 X 8) I should have a 1 border, any idea why? I just bought the stuff now Im doing the research. Thanks, Vern I was also considering using this system in my kitchen until I ran across the old fashioned tin ceilings. Check out the site americantinceilings.com. I used their snap lock system and the results are amazing. Has anyone else use this system and if so, has the price gone done? Looking to install this system to save on headroom in the basement. Thanks! hey has anyone used the grid covers? and do you know how much they cost?:mask: has anybody tried to install recessed lighting fixtures with this ceiling max or ceiling links compared to the standered metal drop ceiling.any ideas on what would work better can lights or those 6/8 ft lights.remodeling 1420 basement room ceiling is about 7 ft and also was looking into ceiling max/ceiling links or the standered metal drop ceiling but was not sure on the lighting and is it easy to install/remove the tile on the ceiling max/links system The runners that ceiling connect to have a 1 end on them so you can continue to go across the ceilingI am putting one up nowhope this helps! I am fighting this right nowtrying to put in 10 can lights and trying to figure out use the UTILITECH LIGHTS and the 24 inch hanger barsHelp!

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