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Acoustical Ceiling Cleaning versus Ceiling Coating of Acoustical Ceiling Tiles

You don't call a painter/coater to paint your carpeting; you call a Professional Carpet Cleaner, so why would you paint/coat your ceilings? Imagine the paint/coating after it was sprayed on your carpeting. How long would it stay clean, the same is for the painting/coating of an acoustical ceiling, how long do you expect it to say clean.

Ceiling Cleaning Services versus Ceiling Coating Services find out the difference.

We here at Caruso Care, Inc. - National Ceiling, Wall & Lighting Network believe that you should always have your ceiling professionally cleaned, and maintain them for years to come, and they, the ceiling painters/coating industry, they have a different philosophy, theirs is to put paint/coating on your expensive ceiling system, and WE THINK this is WRONG....

Why wouldn't you simply call a ceiling
cleaning professional and have it cleaned?

The reason you don't paint/coat our carpets is the same reason as our ceilings, because you want to be able to clean it in the future, and since both the carpet and the ceiling are cleanable surfaces, why would you paint/coat it, the same is true, for a lot of things, just think about it.  Save thousands of dollars over ceiling replacement using our RIPP Program (Recycling-In-Place Program).

 

Cleaning your acoustical ceilings first by using a professional ceiling cleaning & restoration expert.

Although facilities managers have sometimes been misled to consider a question of cleaning versus coating, the question is fallacious. The more accurate question should be, "Cleaning versus Cleaning and Coating", since in those rare cases where coating is recommended (normally, where a ceiling has been painted/coated since its installation), it is always prudent to professionally clean the acoustical tile surface prior to the application of any coating.  And if you have it professional cleaned their is a good chance that you won't need any coating that will just add to the layers that are already there causing it to look even more monochromatic and drywall like in appearance.

Unfortunately (for the customer), the imprudence of coating (without attendant and prior cleaning of grids and acoustical tile surfaces) as an option becomes evident days, weeks, or months later - when pollutants extant on and in the acoustical tile eventually "bleed through" the coating, creating a problem worse than that which prevailed before coating.

I would like you to think about this, if the ceiling tile manufactures had intended on the ceiling tile in the kitchens and food preparation area's to be a painted/coated tile, why wouldn't they specify a vinyl tile to begin with, and why would you paint it or coat it a tile today that is designed to have many valuable properties that you will be ruining if you coat or paint the ceiling?

The answer is clear, they wouldn't. And you shouldn't paint or coat your ceilings, think of the possibility of breeding mold and spores on the painted surface. You add water from the dishwashing area, steam from the cooking, moisture from the HVAC, and now paint/coating on the ceiling tile you have the making of bacteria and mold. Otherwise ask yourself why did they, the manufactures, put/design - specify, a non porous vinyl tile in those area's to begin with? 

The most expensive part of your ceiling system is when it is first installed.

Notice the coating guy spraying right over the dirt on the ceiling and not cleaning the ceiling first.The T-Bar Grid System is the most expensive part of your ceilings.  So why would you ruin it?  When it can be cleaned over and over again.

You just put in a new ceiling, why would you coat/paint it?  You know that your ceiling is going to get dirty and need some maintenance. Just because your ceiling is dirty is no reason to paint or coat your entire ceiling sysytem. Ok let’s say your ceiling tiles are really bad, OK, that's still no reason to paint your ceiling. Why Not, Clean your grids (T-Bar), diffusers, speaker grills, and other items on the ceiling and replace the tile, which is still a better choice, than ruining your ceiling system for the future.    

Don't coat your ceiling by spraying right over the dirt.

Do you think the dirt and pullutants are going to bleed back through?  Sure it is.  But, by that time, the coating/painting guy is going to be long gone and you are going to be left with a serious problem.   

Buyer BEWARE! The answer is clear, they are in the painting/coating business, and are Not  PROFESSIONAL ACOUSTICAL CEILING CLEANING AND RESTORATION EXPERTS, so THEY ARE GOING TO TELL YOU HOW GREAT AND WONDERFUL THEIR COATING METHOD IS, but BUYER BEWARE. 

Why wouldn't you simply call a ceiling cleaning professional and have it cleaned?

Why wouldn't you simply have your ceilings professionally cleaned when you see results like this.


You don't call a painter/coater to paint your carpeting, you call a Professional Carpet Cleaner, so why would you paint/coat your ceilings? Imagine the paint/coating after it was sprayed on your carpeting. How long would it stay clean, the same is for the painting/coating, how long do you expect it to say clean. See, the reason we don't paint/coat our carpets is the same reason as our ceilings, because we want to be able to clean them in the future, and since both the carpet and the ceiling are cleanable surfaces, why would you paint/coat them, the same it true, for alot of things, just think about it.

Why would you paint/coat your diffusers, grid system, sprinklers and speaker grills?

These items make up you ceiling system and can be professionally cleaned to look like new.

Once you choose to paint/coat your ceilings, in our opinion, you just committed to a process that has a short term solution to a long term problem. The Problem is, that the ceiling, is still going to get dirty at the same rate that it did before the painting/coating of the ceiling, so maintenance of your ceiling should always be a concern.

Stop, don't paint over dirty acoustical ceiling tiles.

Notice how the Coating Guy is spraying right over the dirty ceiling with his coating and never bothers to cleaning the ceiling first.

We can tell you from experience that maintaining a paint/coated ceiling instead of the original acoustical ceiling that the manufacture designed, is going to be a problem, if not impossible. And your only other option is going to be to paint it again, and by that time your ceilings is going to look even more monochromatic and drywall like in appearance.

One of the most expensive part of the ceiling system, when it is first installed is the Grid/Ceiling System, so why would you ruin the most expensive part of your ceiling.

If you just put in a new ceiling, why would you coat/paint it. You know that your ceiling is going to get dirty and need some maintenance. Just because your ceiling is dirty is no reason to paint or coat your ceiling. Ok lets say your ceiling tiles are really bad, OK, that's still no reason to paint your ceiling. Clean the grids (t-Bar), diffusers, speaker grills, and other items on the ceiling and replace the tile.

Again the answer, is clear, their in the painting/coating business.

 

Don't coat your Ceilings it will ruin your ceiling.

If you Coat your ceiling you will;

  • Spend 3 times more money than cleaning
  • Be sorry, how many times can you coat a ceiling
  • Have Odors and Over Spray
  • Coating is still a paint - e.g. Painting
  • Have a Monochromatic Ceiling System
  • Have a hard, if not impossible surface to Clean
  • Have a hard to maintain ceiling
  • Have a ceiling that could breed bacteria
  • Make - The Million Dollar Maintenance Mistake

Don't paint your Ceilings it will ruin your ceiling.

If you Paint your ceiling you will;

  • Spend more money than cleaning
  • How many times can you paint
  • Have Odors
  • Have Over Spray
  • Have a Monochromatic Ceiling System
  • Have a hard to Clean Surface
  • Have a ceiling that could breed bacteria
  • Ruin the acoustical value
  • Destroys fire rating
  • Stick the tiles to the grid
  • Make - The Million Dollar Maintenance Mistake

Clean your ceilings and save money.

If you clean your ceiling you will;

  • Save the acoustical value
  • Eliminate odors, bacteria, dirt and nicotine
  • Save valuable maintenance dollars
  • Eliminate downtime VS replacement
  • Leave the ceiling cleanable in the future
  • Solve your acoustical problems, grids and all..
  • Increase light reflectivity

Water Stain Ceiling Tile should be replaced because they are a health risk.

WATER STAINED CEILING TILES - Beware of contaminates....

STOP, DON'T Use those Aerosols 
on ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS

ATTENTION - Painters, Coating and Ceiling Cleaning Companies - For those that are using tile restore in an aerosol can to COVER-UP water damaged ceiling tiles, or, you are a coating company covering up the water stained tiles with stain blocker and then putting your coating over that, you need to think about this...

According to the EPA Water Stained ceiling tiles are a possible potential Biological contaminate.

Water damaged tile - EPA Indoor Air Facts No. 4, Sick Buildings, and reads..."biological contamination may breed in...Where water has collected on ceiling tiles..." Both for environmental and aesthetic considerations, water damaged tiles should be removed and replaced.

ATTENTION - RECOMENDATIONS FOR WATER DAMAGED TILES.

If your contractor is recommending anything other than replacing the water stained tile, BEWARE. Covering up water stained ceiling tiles is not the correct procedure to insure environmental health. Let’s examine the reasons:

First water damage tiles are considered a potential biological contaminate and a breeding ground for bacteria, since the wet/stained tile came from the backside of the tile instead of the front, all your doing is covering up the front part of the stain on the surface of the tile, not addressing the bacteria ramifications on the backside of the tile. At this point, Rather than take a team of experts to examine the damage (LOL), it's much better to be sure your ceiling is safe from potential contaminates and a safe work place. The correct answer is to replace the damage water stained tile.

Ask yourself this Question?  Why would you spend your companies’ money to remodel your ceilings and have your current vendor cover up this potential problem with some kind of stain blocker, then paint over that? Rather than just simply replace the tile with a new one.

The painter/coating contractor uses so much stain block to hide the stain that he could have as easily put in a new ceiling tile. But the true of it is, Their not acoustical ceiling specialist, they are painting contractor.


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Find out for yourself why so many customers trust their Specialty Cleaning and Services needs to NCWLN, we deliver better results time after time. Don't take our word for it, find out for yourself. We know that you will see a difference from the "First" time you call us until the end. Just Ask our customers.

Remember, looking at a tough ceiling, wall or lighting project, give us a call at toll free 1-877-763-1471, or email us at info@ncwln.com, you'll be glad you did! "Call the Best" and "Forget the Rest".

Many of our customers have experience other "so called" ceiling cleaners that make messes, streak the walls, and don't show up.

Just ask them! What makes us Different?  Our customers might spend hours telling you the difference, but see for yourself, let us clean for you and compare the difference, you'll be glad you did.

 
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