Whether it’s an outdated popcorn texture, water stains, plaster cracks, or yellowing tiles, an ugly or damaged ceiling can
ruin the look of your renovated basement space
Fortunately, there are several easy options for basement ceiling repair that take care of those imperfections, while adding
style and function. Get started fixing that flawed ceiling with these affordable, DIY-friendly basement ceiling ideas.
Suspended or drop ceilings easily hide old ceilings and take up as little as 3" of vertical space. They also offer access to plumbing and electrical
systems. Decorative ceiling panels come in a variety of styles, textures, and colors.
Recreate the look of a tin ceiling with stylish 2’ x 2’ pressed metal panels or bring high style to a basement ceiling repair with the depth and dimension of
Consider noise reduction in your basement ceiling repair. Acoustical ceiling panels for suspended ceilings look like plaster and absorb up to 70 percent of sound that strikes their surface and are a good choice
for media or game rooms.
Direct apply ceiling tiles and planks conceal damaged ceilings by attaching directly to your existing ceiling with virtually no loss of ceiling height. Tongue and groove ceiling planks offer the warmth and beauty of natural wood grain. Budget-friendly ceiling tiles are available in unique styles and
size options to enhance your décor.
With ceiling tiles and planks, forget the furring strips, adhesives, and hassles associated with direct apply installation.
Armstrong’s Easy Up® Guaranteed Installation System makes installing a new ceiling as easy as 1-2-3 with removable clips that let you slide tiles and planks into place.
Repairing your damaged basement ceiling with new Armstrong ceiling panels, tiles, or planks is an easy weekend project. All
you need are a few household tools and a little DIY know-how. And unlike other direct apply methods, Easy Up gives you easy access to the area above the ceiling if you need to replace a tile or plank.