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Residential or commercial: Drywall grid is an under-utilized product.  We find that once our customers use drywall grid once, they fall in love.  Drywall grid is very similar to the structure and installation of an acoustic ceiling - with one big exception:  drywall grid creates a ceiling structure into which regular drywall is installed.  Once the drywall is installed, you do not even know there is a drywall grid above it.


Drywall grid is great for any ceiling or soffit that you need to frame down - and generally it is substantially easier and cleaner that traditional wood or metal ceiling framing.  As we said earlier, once our clients get introduced to this product, they seldom go back to the traditional framing methods.


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Drywall grid

What is drywall grid?

Drywall grid is used to frame ceilings (frame basement ceilings down below mechanical equipment, frame soffits, frame down ceilings in a commercial setting).  Drywall grid is a shiny silvery metal product that looks like acoustic ceiling grid, just "beefier" and without any color.  It gets installed in the same manner as ceiling grid.  The difference is that there are no tiles.  Instead, with drywall grid, drywall is attached to the bottom of drywall grid in the same way you would attach drywall to any other surface.  When the installers are done attaching the drywall to the drywall grid, you don't even know that drywall grid is installed - you just assume that it is conventionally framed above the drywall.  The advantages of drywall grid is that it can be installed in a fraction of the time of conventional wood ceilings or metal ceilings and it is substantially cleaner and less noise an installation.​​