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Armstrong Introduces Ceiling I.D. App

Identifying and replacing damaged ceiling panels is now easier than ever for building owners and facility managers thanks to the introduction of a new Ceiling I.D. phone app from Armstrong Ceiling Systems.


The Armstrong Ceiling I.D. app lets facility managers photograph their existing ceiling. The photo links to an email to Armstrong TechLineSM experts who will help identify the ceiling and find the best replacement panel match—all within one business day.


Once the ceiling is identified, facility managers can type their ZIP code into the app and be provided with a list of local sources that carry the replacement panels. The Ceiling I.D. phone app also links facility managers directly to the Armstrong replacement ceilings website where they can watch a video to learn more about the phone app, find tips on identifying existing ceilings, understand various edge details, and browse the replacement product section on their own.


The app is free and can be downloaded from the iPhone App Store.

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