We’re using modern manufacturing techniques and materials to make these remarkable ceiling accents more efficient and economical for use in both new construction and retrofit applications.” Typically installed in just one or two days, the coffered ceiling systems and kits manufactured by Tilton and his company are oftentimes constructed using versatile polyurethane, supplied by Nu-Wood™. Tilton relates that the polyurethane offers several distinct advantages over Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and wood when the desired finish of the ceiling is to be painted. “There are a multitude of reasons why the Nu-Wood polyurethane products are an excellent fit with our ceilings,” says Tilton. “The lightweight polyurethane pieces we use are made from custom molds that offer a reduction in the quantity of seams in the finished product since they can be molded to look like the build-up of many pieces.
Nu-Wood’s ability to create custom molds that fit our design needs allows us to be extremely innovative. “The quality of materials supplied to us by Nu-Wood, combined with their willingness and ability to produce custom pieces makes them an excellent source partner.” In addition to using polyurethane, Tilton Coffered Ceilings offers a variety of material options for their ceiling treatments including pine, poplar, cherry, walnut, mahogany, red oak, maple, PVC and MDF.
For additional information and pricing visit www.tiltoncofferedceilings.com. Nu-Wood, a Jasper Plastics company, has created easy-to-install decorative millwork for more than 30 years. The company produces polyurethane, PVC, faux stone and brick products that are all proudly sourced, designed and manufactured in America. Lightweight Nu-Wood products resist peeling, rot, moisture and insects, making them an ideal decorative accent product for the exterior and interior of residential and commercial projects.