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Ceiling Tile Replacement Tool

Find your match

Replacing damaged or old, worn out tiles is quick and easy. Enter your tile number or send us photos to find your match.

Enter your tile item number

It’s easy to find the item number of your tiles. Follow the steps to the right, or watch the video below, then input the number.

Enter your tile item number

It’s easy to find the item number of your tiles. Follow the steps below, or watch the video, then input the number.

Send us photos

Upload photos of your existing ceiling and a customer support expert will contact you with a replacement product or recommendation.
Please note: the response time may take up to 2 business days.

Send us photos

Upload photos of your existing ceiling and a customer support expert will contact you with a replacement product or recommendation.
Please note: the response time may take up to 2 business days.

Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to replace old ceiling tiles?

Costs vary according to ceiling product design and performance features. The type of installation method or system and its associated costs can also affect the total cost of a new ceiling.

Can you replace ceiling tiles?

Yes. You can replace as little or as many ceiling tiles as needed. With our find a match tool, at the top of this page, we can help identify the current ceiling tile and get the exact match.

How often should drop ceiling tiles be replaced?

It's recommended to replace drop ceiling tiles every 10 years. This guarantees the tiles maintain their ideal performance, appearance, and other important attributes.

Is it hard to replace drop ceiling tiles?

No. Replacing drop ceilings is a quick and easy process. Simply lift up on a tile and it pops right out. Once you have the replacement tile, it drops right into the same area on the grid.

What is the cheapest way to cover a ceiling?

The cheapest way to cover a ceiling depends on what is needed. The cost of material for drywall is less than that of a drop ceiling in most instances. However, when adding in labor and maintenance, a drywall ceiling and drop ceiling costs are about the same. Learn more.

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Our customer service can answer any of your ceiling questions.

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Our full service installation team will get back to you within 2 business days.

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