We offer a variety of standard suspended ceilings suitable for a number of different environments such as offices, break out rooms, reception areas, toilets, fire rating of mezzanine floors, etc, all being competitively priced.

Suspended ceilings are a cost-effective solution used to conceal mechanical and electrical services within the ceiling void. Most suspended ceilings are constructed from either a 15mm or 24mm metal grid, providing apertures of 600mm x 600mm or 1,200mm x 600mm allowing suitable ceiling tiles to be inserted. Ceiling tiles are available in either a square edge tile which rests level with the ceiling grid work, or tegular edged tiles which drops below the ceiling grid work, all having a variety of different patterns.

Where a suspended ceiling is utilised, acoustics, humidity, fire performance and insulation are a key factor. Good acoustics are an essential element when choosing the right suspended ceiling, for example a call centre will have different acoustics priorities to an office adjoining a factory.

Types of Suspended Ceilings

There are two types of acoustics – sound absorption where the requirement is for the sound to be taken out of the area and absorbed by the ceiling (i.e. call centres, classrooms, busy public areas, etc), or sound insulation/attenuation where sound is retained within an area to avoid noise being heard in adjacent areas (i.e. meeting rooms, individual offices, boardrooms etc.)

When installing a suspended ceiling within wet areas i.e. kitchens, restrooms, etc, humidity can be an issue, therefore it’s essential to choose the correct suspended ceiling tile to prevent tiles from sagging or in extreme cases dropping through the suspended ceiling grid work.

Fire-rated suspended ceilings are used in certain areas i.e. escape corridors, individual rooms, and underside of mezzanine floors, to comply with building regulation requirements. A fire-rated suspended ceiling has been tested to retain structural integrity for a set period (usually 30 or 60 minutes) and indicates how effectively the ceiling can hold back fire and prevent it from spreading from room to room.

Incorporating insulation into a suspended ceiling can add a variety of benefits such as improving the thermal efficiency of the ceiling, improving sound attenuation and reducing heating bills. There are two main types of insulation available:

Unwrapped Insulation Roll: This is standard loft roll insulation which is laid directly on top of the ceiling tiles and grid, available in various thickness i.e. 100mm,170mm and 200mm.

Bagged Insulation: This is an easy to use standard insulation wrapped inside a black polythene bag to the same size as the suspended ceiling tiles (600mm x 600mm or 1200mm x 600mm), available in various thickness i.e. 25mm, 50mm and 100mm to suit individual requirements.

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