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American Tin Ceiling Patents

  Subscribe to FREE newsletter  Jul 21, 2010

The traditional tin ceiling panel got a make-over in 2004. Historically, metal panels required a wood substrate (plywood or fur strips) to attach to. This made it very difficult for home owners to install the ceiling panels themselves. Typically a handyman would be called in to do the job, more recently the dependency on a contractor took the lead and cost quite a bit of money.

Gary Shapiro, President of the American Tin Ceiling Company, figured out a better way to bring the tin ceiling into the home without the expense and back pain! The SnapLock tin ceiling panel is the only tin ceiling panel to receive a patent. It has been proven to not only be a great addition to any pre-existing drywall or plaster ceiling, it maintains a consistent cost-effective deal breaker for any room. No need to popcorn your drywall ceiling when you can install a beautiful, authentic tin plated steel ceiling to your home or business.

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