Nail-Up Tin Ceiling Panels
The Nailup panels measure 24-1/4" X 24-1/4 with the 1/4" overlapping nail flange. American Tin Ceilings authentically represents this traditional tin ceiling panel that hasn't changed in 130 years. Nail-Up Panels require a 3/8" plywood substrate or furring strip grid spaced 24" on center to which the tin ceiling panels are nailed. White colors usually require caulking for edges and nail holes.
The original .010 Tin Plated Steel Panels, available in 25 patterns
- Powder Coated in any of our 50 colors for a permanent finish.
- Will not fade, rust or discolor and can be cleaned with soap and water.
- Panels have beautiful nail rail edges and overlap 1/4 inch.
- Easy to Brad Nail into plywood or furring strips (24" on center).
- Also available unfinished for the Paint-it-Yourselfer.
All patterns available in any color.
- Offering 25 unique patterns available in 6", 12" and 24" patterns.
- All patterns measure 24" x 24" (two feet by two feet)
The Nailup tin ceiling panel is the traditional product that initially popularized tin ceilings at the turn of the century. The Nailup tin ceiling panel hasn't changed in 130 years and is commonly what most retailers sell today. It requires a plywood substrate or furring strip grid spaced twenty-four inches on center. The grid must run both directions to support nailing every six inches on all four sides of the Nailup tin ceiling panel. The Nailup tin ceiling panel has a quarter inch overlapping nail flange that helps create a smooth transition from panel to panel, and minimizes the appearance of seams. Exposed nails are characteristic of the Nailup tin ceiling panel and are generally blended into the ceiling with matching paint. The standard Nailup tin ceiling panel measures 24" x 24" plus the 1/4" overlapping nail flange.
The American Tin Ceiling Co.
1825 60th Place E.
Bradenton, FL 34203
Tel: (941) 757-0123
Fax: (941) 757-0129
Tollfree: (888) 231-7500
Web site: http://www.americantinceilings.com