Here's a natty idea: a tiny self-adhesive block that helps you achieve a great finish on your suspended ceiling without the need for fiddly cutting. It's called a Teg block.
A suspended ceiling with less time and effort
Your ceiling grid is installed and level. The majority of your reveal edge tiles are in place. And now you’ve reached that awkward part by the wall, where you need to cut your tiles to fit. The cutting’s a doddle. But once you’ve cut a reveal edge tile, chances are you’ll have cut away one of the reveal edges.
That will leave you with one pristine edge, and one edge that isn’t. And that will leave your tile looking something like this:
What does a Teg block do?
Fixing this leaves you with 2 choices. You could cut a reveal edge into your suspended ceiling tile (tricky and time consuming). Or you can insert a Teg block as shown in Fig.2.
The Teg block sticks to your perimeter wall trim and is small enough to be practically unnoticeable. It’s a simple yet effective way to achieve a great finish - and the time saved in cutting and trimming leaves you free to get on with something else.
Make life easier. Fit Teg blocks.