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Armstrong Ceilings Hit High Notes

LANCASTER, Pa. (August 5, 2013) — Armstrong Residential Ceilings is coming to the rescue of homeowners looking to spice up their living spaces in a large way with a complete line of ceiling products to help fit any design or budget.

“A beautiful ceiling for your living spaces should never be a second thought. Just as a wall color or flooring choice are always options when re-doing a room, ceilings should also be top of mind,” says Lori Rowley, marketing manager, Armstrong Residential Ceilings. “Ceilings can add beauty to a home while maintaining a healthy budget.”

If looks and other practical solutions aren’t enough of a reason to invest in a new ceiling, maybe more money in your pocket will do the trick. Residential ceilings also can increase the value of your home, says Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). “Your home is a significant investment and to be able to increase the luxury look of it without breaking the bank will increase your chances for a growing profit from the sale of your home.”

Janet Keller, a buyer’s representative at Seattle-based Windenmere Real Estate, said dated popcorn ceilings lead homeowners to lose money on the sale of their home. “Not only does it lead to less money, but the fact that the ceilings cannot be easily cleaned also is a deterrent for some buyers, so getting rid of old popcorn ceilings will, in fact, boost the value of your home. Ceilings are more important than one would think and should be considered whether you are selling your home or not.”

Armstrong offers many decorative options in tile, plank and panel ceiling choices. Looks range from tin and modern to natural wood looks and traditional styles.

Some of the most popular products are:

  • Coffer Ceiling Panels: With a sophisticated, coffer look at the fraction of the cost, these panels can be painted to match the style of any room and the line of products installs on a grid system. Easy Elegance™ offers a classic coffered look at a fraction of the cost of custom work. Made of rigid PVC and available in two lightweight styles and two colors that easily fit into a standard suspension system.
  • WoodHaven™ Ceilings: Get the look of natural wood on your ceiling with the WoodHaven collection. The line is made of engineered wood and can be installed directly over an existing ceiling with clips included in every package.
  • Metallaire™: With 12 patterns and five finishes – white, chrome, lacquered steel, brass and copper – Metallaire pressed metal panels are the crowning touch to any decorating plan, and comes in beautiful 19th Century historical patterns. It’s real metal and won’t rust, and offers coordinating grid kits, cone head nails, border panels and cornices.

“We are offering you a solution for every ceiling need – whether you want a quick change with the seasons or if you need sound control, Armstrong has the product that makes the most sense for you and your home,” Rowley said.

Armstrong ceilings are available at home improvement retailers nationwide in the United States and Canada. Click here to find a local retailer. For more information, call 1-800-233-3823 or visit Armstrong Residential Ceilings.

Company Background

Armstrong World Industries, Inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacture of floors and ceilings. Based in Lancaster, Pa., Armstrong operates 34 plants in eight countries and has approximately 8,700 employees worldwide. For more information, visit www.armstrong.com or become a fan on Facebook.

NEWS CONTACT

Michele Zelman, mjzelman@armstrong.com or mjzelman@cherryleaf.net
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