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lorrie6855

11:28AM | 08/02/04
Member Since: 08/01/04
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Bvdecor
im in louisiana and i need some styrofoam ceiling tile, where can i purchase this at?

rastlin

03:09AM | 11/11/04
Member Since: 11/10/04
2 lifetime posts
You can find a large selection of Ceiling tiles, crown molding, medalions at www.styrodecor.com. They have a online store as well as a show room in FL!!! Great Products!!!!

Wireman

10:08AM | 12/31/04
Member Since: 12/19/04
62 lifetime posts
I believe styrofoam is required to be covered with a fire rated material such as drywall because it is a fire hazard. Produces poisonous gases during a fire so can not be exposed. You may be thinking of another type of ceiling tile that can be purchased through any home center or specialty shop.

Ron

rastlin

03:19AM | 03/25/05
Member Since: 11/10/04
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Styrofoam is used to insulate the walls and roofs. The Styrofoam panels that are used for that are 2” or more in thickness and they passed the safety and all construction certifications. The ceiling tiles that you can find on www.styrodecor.com and www.antiqueceilings.com are between 1/6” and ½” thick and since they are made in Western Europe they had to pass very strict and rigorous tests in order to be sold and used in the European Union’s countries (including Germany, Italy, G. Britain, France, etc…). I have both ceiling tiles and polyurethane crown molding in my house. Also, all of my friends that I recommended the product loved it and there was never a concern about safety hazards. The tiles look great, just like tin but much easier to install, plus I saved enough money to splurge on a new Plasma TV :).

PS. Just found some listed on EBAY as well:

BV000659

03:14PM | 03/23/13
Will these tiles hold up in a bathroom with the steam from a shower
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