Finished Basement Ceiling
with painted and antiqued finish
Welcome to our New and Improved Tin Ceiling Site
Brian Greer's Tin Ceilings is the Leading Manufacturer of Tin Ceilings and tin ceiling products, with over 40 years experience in the metal business. We have the highest quality and quantity of tin ceiling designs in stock for immediate delivery. Our tin ceiling panels are historically correct, made as they were over 100 years ago.
We offer the highest quality and definition on all of our designs when compared to the competition. Be sure to check the quality of your tin ceilings before purchasing large quantities. Order samples and compare the quality of the definition and detail in the designs. Previsualize your ceiling before you buy by creating a tin ceiling design in our interactive ceiling section, thousands of possibilities to choose from. Please read our important information, how to order and pricing sections before you buy your ceiling and download our latest catalog to see all of the products and designs that we offer. You can also read articles and watch videos that other companies, newspapers, magazines and television programs have featured on us in our links and featured news sections.
Choose from our many tin ceiling panel designs. Our panels are 2' x 2' for easy installation, and can be glued up, nailed up and dropped into a t-bar. Our easy-to-install panels have been used in homes, restaurants, night clubs, bars, offices, stores, schools, churches and many other locations. See our gallery section for ceiling examples from all over the world.
Brian Greer's Tin Ceilings ship to the U.S. daily. We constantly ship our ceilings to every State in the U.S. as well as Europe, all across Canada and many other parts of the globe. Please contact us for our shipping information and order requests.
Brian Greer's Tin Ceilings has found that customers would much rather purchase tin ceilings with the highest quality and clearest definition possible. That's why all of our panels are crafted
with the clearest dies offering unsurpassed quality and detail. We also are the only company to offer safety hems on all of our moldings, fillers and cornices, making them much easier and safer to install.
"I recently installed my ceiling in my kitchen with the help of my 75 year old dad. Mr. Greer was most helpful on the telephone, the instructions were simple and the ceiling arrived quickly and in suberb condition. Great packing. I installed the 1/4 in plywood first and then attached the ceiling using a brad nailer and liquid nails. I cannot express how beautiful it is and how pleased I am with this product. Thanks Brian for your craftsmanship."
Many Available Panel Designs to Choose From - With More Coming Soon!
Panels can be fastened easily to drywall, wood or metal with glue, screws or a power nailer, they can also be dropped into a t-bar. Our panels have the highest quality and definition.
Visit our Showroom to see all of our Panel Designs and Different Layouts
Be sure to come and visit our showroom to see dozens of installed ceiling examples all with different finishes and designs. You can also flip through samples of all of our panels, fillers, moldings and cornices to see which ones suit your decor the best.
"Thanks for giving my wife and I a tour of your showroom, it was outstanding and well worth the visit. It was very helpful seeing the quality of the panel designs in person to make our choice that much easier - even though you have so many excellent designs to choose from. At first my wife wasn't sure if she wanted the bright copper finish, but after seeing how it looks for real, she's sold. Laying out the entire ceiling on your website's interactive ceiling section was also a huge plus."
Daniel E. - Chicago, IL
More New Designs Recently Added to our Collection
Filler or Frieze Design #101H
Check out more of our latest designs in our new designs and specialty designs sections. New designs are constantly added to our stock, check back regularly.
Featured Tin Ceiling Installation Tip and Diagram of the Month
Coped and mitered joint diagrams
Inside corners are coped and outside corners are mitered.
Steps for installing your tin ceiling.
Step 1. Draw a plan of your ceiling or wall to scale, showing the layout of the panels, moldings, fillers, and cornices that you are going to install.
Step 2. Cover your ceiling or wall with wood (most commonly used is mohogany or plywood), making sure the work area is level, flat and smooth.
Step 3. Transfer your layout plan onto the ceiling or wall by making a grid work with a chalk line.
Highest Quality and Quantity of Tin Ceiling Products Available for Immediate Delivery
Please feel free to contact us with your questions, concerns and orders at the numbers below. You may also navigate through this entire website to find answers to most of your questions. Visit our help, site map and frequently asked questions sections at the top of the screen.
Contact - Toll Free: 866-846-9710 or 519-743-9710 | Fax: 519-570-1447 | Email: email@example.com
Address: 1572 Mannheim Road, RR2 Petersburg, ON, Canada N0B 2H0 or 3909 Witmer Road, #914 Niagara Falls, New York, USA 14305-1244