NEW 9/16” COMMERCIAL CEILING CLIP NOW AVAILABLE FOR
WOODTRAC® CEILING SYSTEM
ARCHBOLD, Ohio (August 2013) - WoodTrac recently announced the availability of a new 9/16” molding clip for the WoodTrac® Ceiling System. The product is designed for installers who are using the product in a commercial project with 9/16” wide ceiling grid. With the appearance of a custom crafted wood ceiling at an affordable price, the WoodTrac ceiling system installs over virtually any new or existing suspended ceiling grid in residential and commercial applications.
“Our ceilings were initially developed for the residential market, where a 15/16” clip is widely used for installations,” said Jonathan Zublena, Director of Sales and Marketing for WoodTrac. “As our reach into commercial markets expanded, WoodTrac experienced an increased demand for a 9/16” clip. The new WoodTrac 9/16” molding clip allows a WoodTrac ceiling to be installed directly over a 9/16” grid, saving installers both time and money.”
WoodTrac ceiling systems also have a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain-of-Custody Certification which means the timber was harvested from responsibly managed forests. The certification allows architects, builders, and interior designers to earn Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) points from the U.S. Green Building Council when using WoodTrac ceilings in their projects.
WoodTrac Ceiling Systems are easy to specify for any commercial or residential project. The WoodTrac website features a Material Estimator that allows users to draw a room, make product selections and request a quote. Depending on the project, users can also select the proper clip size to ensure easy installation. Product specification files and 3D models for WoodTrac ceilings are also available on AutoDesk Seek, one of the largest online catalogs of high-quality BIM/Revit data in the industry. For more information on WoodTrac ceilings and other products, visit www.woodtrac.com.
Headquartered in Archbold, Ohio, WoodTrac is a division of Sauder Woodworking Co., the company that made good furniture affordable with its invention of Ready-to-Assemble furniture in 1953. Today, WoodTrac is following in the parent company’s footsteps with simple, affordable solutions to applications as diverse as ceilings and closets. WoodTrac combines its heritage of innovation with the strength of its state-of-the-art manufacturing operation and a large distribution network to provide products and services to its customers in the residential and commercial market.