The system, which provides a flat, grid-free, non-corrugated washable surface, assembles in six easy steps with just a few components and tools.
The E-shaped wall trim attaches to walls around the entire periphery. The main rail runs the length of the room or space and attaches to the joists. The panels, which are the visible surface of the system, zip into the rails (and unzip for access and cleaning). An average size basement can easily be completed in one day and the installation is much easier than conventional drop ceilings. The ceiling drops down only two inches, saving headroom. Pro installers and do-it-yourselfers alike have noted that installation of Zip-Up Ceiling can take just half the time as the closest competitive system.
Zip-Up Ceiling comes in two finishes and colors. These are smooth and serrated, and white and beige. The panels are paintable with latex paint. The main rails and panels come in 8', 12' and 16' lengths, the wall trim in 8' and 12' lengths, and seam trim in 12' lengths. The panels are one-foot wide.
The manufacturer warrants that the system is free from defects in manufacturing, materials and workmanship for 25 years from the date of purchase and that the components will continue to zip together for that time.
About Zip-Up Ceiling
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