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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2013

    Default Ceiling planks and accessibility

    We're looking at rebuilding the basement from scratch and currently thinking about the ceiling. I love the look of ceiling planks (armstrong woodhaven), but I want to keep the accessibility of drop panels. The only installations on ceiling planks I've seen are there anyway to install them so they can be removed without damaging them? I don't mind if it's more difficult than drop ceilings, just possible. I've also tried searching, but can't think of a search term that gets me results that are remotely close.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Default Re: Ceiling planks and accessibility

    how about this.....create a grid, similar to a drop ceiling made out of some of the planks. hang the grid and then cut the planks to fit within them.....alot of work but it's an idea and that's what you asked for.

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