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Ceiling tiles make installing, enjoying, and repairing your ceiling easy. They are installed, one square at a time, and if one tile needs repair, it can be fixed or replaced and your ceiling instantly looks brand new again. They are also noise absorbing, giving you excellent acoustics. Manufactured home ceiling panels are made specifically for use in modular homes and mobile homes, and can be found through a variety of specialty suppliers.

Seaspray Brand Hi-Strength MVR Ceiling Panels are attractive, accoustically sound, and resistant to moisture, which can damage the ceiling and even harbor mold if left unchecked. These modern panels are ideal for use in manufactured homes from such builders as Karsten, Golden West, and Silver Crest, among others. Panels are available in variable sizes, from 84 to 192 inches long by 4 feet wide. Prices will vary according to the sizes you choose to use. These tiles are available at National Gypsum Company, Charlotte, North Carolina. You can learn more at nationalgypsum.com, or you can call 800-NATIONAL.

Modulux Ceiling Panels, for sale at Mobile Home Depot in Highland, Michigan, weigh less than a third of the weight of drywall panels. They are easily stapled into place and effectively hide wood beams and supports. The pattern on these white panels is designed to reflect light, making any room in your manufactured home or trailer feel more open and spacious. These are neutral white panels, so they will work with any decorating ideas in any manufactured home, from Skyline to Kit Homes. Pricing for these replacement tiles is available upone request. You can find out more at mobilehomedepotmi.com or by calling 877-887-3187.

One of the best known suppliers of equipment, hardware, and accessories for manufactured homes is R and G Supply. Known for offering quality products for discount prices, R and G sells unfinished sheetrock ceiling panels. These panels measure 4 feet wide by 8 feet or 9 feet, whichever you prefer. They are vinyl covered and are ready to be painted for a modern, traditional, or other look altogether. You can use these tiles as part of renovations for any manufactured home, built by Fleetwood, Clayton, or another builder of manufactured homes. Each panel is priced at $27.98 or $31.86, depending on the size. You can find them at randgsupply.com.

Cleaver Farm and Home is a True Value store that sells a wide range of supplies for your manufactured home. This list of merchandise includes ceiling tiles and suspension systems. They are available in a number of different styles and colors, and you can also purchase here the necessary hardware for installation. Cleaver Farm and Home is available online at cleaverfarm.com, or by phone at 620-431-6070. Before ordering, you will have to be able to give measurements and tell if your home is a single, double, or triple wide structure. With this information, you will be able to obtain pricing information. This retailer is located in Humboldt, Kansas.

Residents in and around Tampa, Florida have an excellent resource for replacement ceiling panels at Marathon Services, Inc. They sell and install white ceiling panels that measure 4 feet wide, 13 feet 4 inches long, and 5/16 inches thick. These are decorative ceiling panels that also absorb sound and are flame and moisture resistant. They are made of drywall and are easy to install and replace. Pricing is available upon request at dencities.com or by calling 813-621-3755.

When some people think of manufactured homes, they thinnk of noisy rooms in which everything reverberates and echoes, but this is simply not the case. In fact, you can go the extra mile and install ceiling panels that were designed specifically for acoustic quality, like the Acoustical Drop Tiles, sold at Acoustical Solutions, Inc. These contemporary aftermarket tiles are available in two size options: 2 feet square or 2 feet by 4 feet. They are easy to install and are designed to absorb a substantial amount of sound. You can learn more or even seek out a price quote for your renovations at acousticalsolutions.com. You could also call 800-782-5742.

The Home Depot has long been a destination for those who have remodeling or repair projects because they stock all necessary accessories and equipment. While they do not sell at wholesale prices, you can count on the pricing being reasonable and less expensive than many of their competitors. They sell the Shanko 5007 White Finish Nail-Up Ceiling Tiles. These tiles are 2 feet wide by 4 feet long and are sold for $33.23 each. There are Home Depot stores in almost all major urban areas across the country, and you can also order online at homedepot.com. You can also call 800-HOME-DEPOT to order or to learn of a store near you.

Whether you have chosen to use a drop ceiling or to glue up your tiles, Ceilume Smart Tiles make a great choice. These are versatile panels that are made of plastic and come in a variety of colors and designs to help you create the unique look you desire for your manufactured home. They are available in 2 foot square tiles and in tiles that measure 2 feet wide by 4 feet long. To learn more, you can visit ceilume.com or call 800-557-0654. Ceilume has locations in California and in Windsor, Canada.


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