Looking at doing my basement in t-bar ceiling. Is there a price difference going from 2x4 panels to 2x2 panels? On average, what would a cost be per SF. The room is rectangular and is 352 SF.
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Mike / John - if you are a contractor then you should certainly be able to get the pricing and do the quote. Why should anyone on here do your work for you?
Sorry to sound like that but it is what it is.
Kettleby Handyman Services.
We never use 2x4 tiles in basements they make it look like a Dentist office. But if you are going on price the small amount you are going to save will be forgotten and you will have what you have.
For sure there is higher cost with the 2x2 tiles. You need 2' cross pieces and each of the 2x2 panels are more expensive.
As mentioned anytime you can go with a 2x2 panel in a home it looks so much better. Gives a cozy warm feeling to a basement if the lighting is done right also.
I have to agree with Jim, go over to your big box store with your calculator and figure it out your self. It would be a good estimating exercise.
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