CertainTeed's New Drywall Suspension System Available at Kuiken Brothers Commercial Locations in NJ

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Kuiken Brothers now offers CertainTeed’s new drywall suspension system, making it easier for building professionals to specify all of their ceiling and grid needs from a single source with the addition of Drywall Grid.

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Drywall Grid is a heavy-duty, double-web T-bar profile suspension system that is used in place of traditional framing or furring to install drywall ceilings, reducing installation time and saving labor and material costs. It features a 1-1/2-inch flange width that is knurled to make screw installation easier. Also, there is no capping on the grid; instead the web is rotary stitched to increase torsional strength and stability. Drywall Grid is fire-rated and offers solutions for framing both Type F and Type G light fixtures.

CertainTeed Drywall Grid - Kuiken Brothers

Additional features and benefits:

  • Knurled face for easier screw installation
  • Expanded cross tee offering facilitates integration with Types F & G light fixtures
  • Web is stitched for added strength
  • Covered by CertainTeed Ceiling Suspension Systems 10 Year Limited Warranty
  • Double web design for durability and strength
  • Cross tees feature staked-on end tabs for optimal tightness and ease of installation
  • Heavy duty load-bearing capabilities
  • Stepped-end design featured on cross tees
  • Utilizes G-40 hot-dipped galvanized construction for superior corrosion resistance (G-90 available)
  • Suitable for use in the following UL/ULC Fire Resistive Assemblies: G041, G021, P560, R503.

If you would like more information on CertainTeed’s Drywall Suspension System, please feel free to give our Commercial Building Material specialists a call at our Garfield, NJ (973) 772-0044 or Succasunna, NJ (973) 584-2444 locations, or fill out our Contact Us Form and a sales representative will follow up with you right away. We look forward to working with you on your next project!

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