New Ceiling Tiles, LLC

Address5035 FM 2920 #401
Spring, TX 77388
Harris County
New Ceiling Tiles, LLC Website

ContactBarbara Wilhite
President
Phone: (800) 518-9835

Service Disabled Veteran Owned | Air Force, Separated | Member since February 24th, 2016

New Ceiling Tiles, LLC provides the only maintenance free ceiling in the world. The grid, tiles, vents, will out last you, quit spending money on maintenance year in and year out, turn it into a janitorial issue and save money.

Contact New Ceiling Tiles, LLC today in Spring at: (800) 518-9835

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