Types of false ceilings

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Types of false ceilings

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Ceilings are an important part of a home's interiors since they cover a large surface area. Therefore the aesthetics of the ceiling will influence the overall look of the entire area. They also play an irreplaceable role in the style and layout of the home as well as the comfort of a home such as noise and thermal insulation.

1. Gypsum plasterboard false ceiling system

This type of false ceiling is a monolithic suspended system which can help you create a beautiful appearance and a smooth finish without any visible joints. Plasterboard can also be used to create curves, steps and other ceiling designs. Depending on the application area, different types of gypsum can be used for the false ceiling. One of the advantages of a gypsum plasterboard false ceiling system is that its easy to create bulk heads and change levels. The ventilation ducts and other services which accommodate the plenum and the special load-bearings ceilings are also some other benefits.


2. Grid ceiling system

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This type of ceiling is relatively light and is available in 2 main kinds—concealed or exposed grids. The grid ceiling offers noise insulation due to its ability to absorb sound. The tiles comes in different sizes, patterns and designs. There's also plenty of choice when it comes to pre-finish options like textured, patterned or smooth. To sum it up, the advantages of using a grid ceiling system is moderate sound insulation and the variety of design options it offers.

3. Ecophon ceiling tiles false ceiling system

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Ecophon ceiling tiles are known to be excellent for sound insulation. It can absorb 90 to 100% of sounds, so it's definitely the ceiling to have if a quiet home if one of your priorities. Whether it's for concealed or direct fixing, ecophon offers a variety of edge designs. Some of the benefits of using ecophon ceiling tiles are that it offers easy access to installation, improves edge design, it has excellent sound insulation and designs, and is easy to clean as well.

4. Gyptone ceilings

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Gyptone ceilings are also good for sound insulation and they look great too. The wear-resistant and easy to maintain surfaces of gyptone is one of its main selling points as that means it can last a long time and won't be expensive to maintain.

Gyptone ceilings environmentally friendly as well. It is also known for its perforated patterns which enhance it aesthetically while also allowing you to create large ceiling surfaces without joints that are visible. Some of the other benefits of using gyptone ceilings are its paintable surface, monolithic finish with excellent aesthetics, lighting effects and ease of cleaning. For more ideabooks like this, click here.

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