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Weather Conditions: Pipes burst due to freeze, roof leaks due to snow melting

New Ceiling Tiles LLC has a new ceiling tile that loves water.

PRLog - Jan. 10, 2014 - Extreme weather leads to many issues with standard acoustical ceiling tiles. Freezing pipes that burst or leak will introduce water to a ceiling tile that is primarily made of cellulose. In fact, any source of water becomes an issue whether from a/c condensation or roof leaks caused by heavy snow or wind. Small amounts of water lead to mold, mildew and spotting. As the water accumulation continues, the tiles get heavier and heavier, eventually leading to ceiling collapse.

Why use these tiles? That's exactly the question we asked ourselves. New Ceiling Tiles, LLC has ceiling tiles that will not and cannot be damaged due to moisture. In fact, they are 100% waterproof and can be washed with soap and water. Mold, mildew and bacteria can penetrate the surface of our product. Those roof and pipe leaks? Water will simply flow off of the surface or our ceiling tiles.

Below are just a few recent examples of what happens when a building using antiquated ceiling products is faced with abrupt water issues. Avoid problems and enjoy the solution of our maintenance-free ceiling.

Damaged Ceiling Tiles: North High School in Evansville, IN

Work is underway to clean up fallen ceiling tiles and other damage from the water line break at North High School on Monday afternoon.

Damaged Ceiling Tiles: in School in Montague, PE

MONTAGUE, PE – School is closed for the day at Montague Regional High School.

A burst pipe at the new regional high school caused damage to the library Sunday evening forcing three crews from a restoration company to sop up the mess.

Ceiling Collapses at Lawrenceville Assisted Living Center

A sprinkler pipe in a resident's room busted, damaging the several ceiling tiles and causing it to give way.

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Source:New Ceiling Tiles, LLC
Country:United States
Industry:Business, Construction
Tags:ceiling tiles, waterproof ceilings, drop ceiling tiles, 2x2 ceiling tiles, 2x4 ceiling tiles
Last Updated:Jan 10, 2014
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