Talk:Dropped ceiling

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2' x 4' squares? What do those look like?

Rectangular squares!

The loss of headroom can be as little as 3 inches...


This is also known as a "drop" ceiling.

IMHO "Suspended Ceiling" is far more common. Googlefight suggests that, too... TomAlt (talk) 21:17, 24 March 2010 (UTC)