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Suspended Ceiling Tiles


We sell a range of ceiling tiles, including Armstrong Tatra ceiling tiles and  many others. Whether you are installing a suspended ceiling or just need tiles for a standard ceiling grid, we have everything you need at Armstrong. Even if you have damaged tile in your ceiling it doesn’t mean you have to replace the entire ceiling. In most cases we can help you match your current design so all you have to do is replace the individual tile. Take a look at our collection to see more. 

What style of suspended tiles can you buy?

Depending on the look you are going for, there are a wide range of styles making it easy to find the right one for your home. 

  • Square edge: This is usually the most cost effective option and they sit flush with the ceiling grid and can usually fit with both 15mm and 24mm systems.
  • Reveal edge: Once installed a reveal edged tile will sit just below the grid level. This is a design feature labelled by Armstrong as “Tegular” and is now used across the industry. While these are for 24mm grids only, you can by Reveal/Microlook tiles for 15mm grids.
  • Semi-concealed/Concealed: These tiles hide the gridwork by minimising or completely hiding its visibility. Fully concealed is used on ceiling planks and semi-concealed on designs like the Tatra 600x600mm tiles. 
  • Lay-in: Similar to a Tegular edge although with metal. They fit in a similar way to regular ceiling tiles and are also very easy to install.
  • Clip-in: You push metal clip-in ceiling tiles onto a spring tee system to create a concealed finish. The system provides added security as you need a tool to remove the tiles. 

What else should I look out for?

Whether it’s suspended ceiling tiles or standard ceiling tiles you want to buy, there are some health and safety considerations to consider too.

  • Fire-resistance: No ceiling tile itself is fire rated. Instead the manufacturer will test a fire-rated ceiling which has to be constructed using a particular grid combination and fixing method in order to be classed as having a certain level of fire resistance. These are usually for corridors or fire escapes. 
  • Moisture resistance: If you want to install ceiling tiles in rooms with high levels of humidity, such as a bathroom or kitchen, you’ll want a product that can offer good protection. Metal or PVC ceiling tiles are usually good for this and they won’t sag if exposed to a leak. 
  • Antimicrobial: You can also buy Armstrong ceiling tiles that have antimicrobial properties. These are designed to prevent the build-up of bacteria and are great for use in bathrooms and kitchens. 

What size ceiling tiles should I buy?

Two of the most popular sizes are 600 x 1200mm and 600 x 600mm. However, there is a wide range of sizes produced by manufacturers, with some tiles as large as 2500 x 3000mm available to buy. It all depends on the ceiling type, the grid being installed and your preferred aesthetics.