The Myth of Hanging Aids

Art Gallery Wall using Click Rail System, by AS Hanging Display Systems

Recently an article appeared on Builderonline.com featuring WalabotDIY, a 3D- imaging sensor that “allows homeowners and professionals alike to see behind the walls with an X-ray vision app of sorts.” Many uses for this sensor were mentioned such as “mounting shelving, locating a pesky leak, or drilling into a wall without the fear of hitting a pipe or electrical wire,” and most sound very helpful for your DIY projects. There’s one use, however, which we feel strongly requires a counter … Read more >

How To Hang Art on a Stone or Brick Fireplace

Stone Fireplace Ceiling Track Art Hanging System

Recently we had a homeowner inquire with us as to how to hang an art display on a stone fireplace. This person has a beautiful stone fireplace in his home (as you’ll soon see in the photos below) that he didn’t want to mar by putting holes into either the stone or the grout work. We love it when these questions are brought to our attention so we can share our solutions. We’ll begin by showing you the “before” and … Read more >

Got to Have Brass Ones to Hang Glass Ones

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… Hang Delicate Glass Balls – We’re Up to the Challenge Wow, we never cease to be amazed at the clever and creative ways in which our customers implement our interior fittings. In this week’s Customer’s Corner story, Ceiling Track and J-End Cables are used to design an inconspicuous hanging apparatus, allowing these beautifully hand-blown globes to be suspended mid-air, allowing the globes to speak for themselves. Here’s what this customer had to say about their approach … “AS Hanging … Read more >

Music to Your Eyes

Window Display Hanging Instruments Using Ceiling Track by AS Hanging Systems

We are so excited to share with you this “story” by one of our customers, Mr. Twigg, of Twigg Musique, located in Montreal, QC. While we can give you the background of his merchandising challenge, and his creative solution, these pictures truly are worth a thousand words. Mr. Twigg wanted to optimize his square footage and had attempted to use several other techniques to display musical instruments in the windows and throughout key areas of his store, but found each … Read more >