almostdone
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      • Review count
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      • Average rating
        5.0
        5 out of 5
      • First Review:
        September 8, 2015
      • Last Review:
        September 8, 2015
       
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          Dimensions thermoformed panels replicate the look of tin tiles. Our 2 ft. x 4 ft. faux tin panels are available in a matte white styrene which you can install as-is in white, or inexpensively paint any color to match your decor. This allows you to achieve the same look as metal panels for a fraction of the cost. Time is also saved with the ease of installation because they are light weight and easy to work with, simply glue-up to walls, ceilings or backsplashes, and cut effortlessly with a scissors. Our panels are ready to install right out of the box, unlike tin ceiling tiles which need to be painted to prevent rusting, making these a perfect choice for your next DIY project. Why use more of your valuable time and money when you can save, and it's impossible to tell the difference after installation with six designs and five available colors, you're sure to find something you like. In addition to matte white; brass, bronze, nickel and copper are also available. Plus, you have the ability to paint our panels, giving you an individual touch that no one can recreate. We've noticed the specialty finishes such as 'hammered' or 'metallic' spray paints turn out stunning. You're only limited by your imagination. This design has a 6 in. repeat pattern and looks good in small or large areas.
           
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          Great looking ceiling. A bit of learning curve to install as ceiling tiles...
          PostedSeptember 8, 2015
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          The end result was worth it. A bit of learning curve to get a method going, but once you do, they're easy enough to install. It would have been easier with a second set of hands. The manufacturers install video doesn't supply the info you need to use these as ceiling tiles. Their estimate on adhesive usage is way off as well. While they say you can get three tiles to a tube of adhesive, it's more like almost a full tube to a tile. (10 tile install took 9 tubes of adhesive - this was on a ceiling so I applied it accordingly) I used the recommended Loctite Power Grab adhesive and it worked great. Smoothed out nicely under the tiles. They cut better with a good scissors rather than a utility Read More
          The end result was worth it. A bit of learning curve to get a method going, but once you do, they're easy enough to install. It would have been easier with a second set of hands. The manufacturers install video doesn't supply the info you need to use these as ceiling tiles. Their estimate on adhesive usage is way off as well. While they say you can get three tiles to a tube of adhesive, it's more like almost a full tube to a tile. (10 tile install took 9 tubes of adhesive - this was on a ceiling so I applied it accordingly) I used the recommended Loctite Power Grab adhesive and it worked great. Smoothed out nicely under the tiles. They cut better with a good scissors rather than a utility blade. Until you watch the video, you won't know that the tiles need to be staggered. My room was just under 8 x10, so it was a full in the middle with two cut pieces on either side and then two full pieces with just a bit of either end cut off, etc. Read Less
          Pros: Rich Looking, Excellent Quality, High Quality of Material, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Functional, Well Made
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          Town Square is the ultimate in mix and match. With over 20 coordinated pieces that fit together, the Town Square collection gives you a stress-free way to turn your master bath into a masterpiece. Town Square features a full palette of mistake-proof design options guaranteed to enhance your bathroom's decor. This collection is available in a variety of finishes and colors and include toilets, whirlpools, faucets and accessories. American Standard valve R125, R125SS, R127 or R127SS is required for faucet to function. Color: Polished Chrome.
           
          from Hawley, PA
          Age Range:55 to 64
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          Gender:Male
          Home Improvement Profile:DIYer
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          Mix N Match - Needed a trim kit for hard to find valve body.
          PostedSeptember 8, 2015
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          Bought a hard to find temp/volume control valve body and needed a trim kit to go with it. My wife picked this one. End of story.
          Pros: Easy to Install, Looks Great, Stylish, Modern
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