Suspended Ceiling


suspended ceiling

Plasterwork include: suspended ceilings, partition walls, wall cladding, pipe cladding and attic lining. The main advantage obtained by using gypsum card boards in final interior and exterior construction work is the great number of options available. Plasterwork is relatively quickly installed, adjusted and does not add to the static load of the structure. It is often installed to reduce the ceiling height, conceal wiring, divide a room, or as decoration.

Plastered ceilings and walls can be insulated with mineral wool, giving you:

- lower heating costs due to better thermal insulation

- increased acoustic protection (up to 8dB) due to air cavity layer under unplastered ceiling

- lower noise levels i reduces echo due to gypsum card boards with holes or grooved

- increased fire resistance


Suspended ceiling can hold HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, as well as lighting. When combined with appropriate lighting, suspended ceiling can be a key factor in increasing the aesthetics and can define or emphasize certain areas of the room. Sound and heat protection is perfectly accomplished by wall cladding. Drywall installation (gypsum card boards are glued to the walls) speeds up the finish compared to cement plastering. Gypsum boards can also be placed on
the non-bearing substructure, concealing uneven surfaces, which would provide better sound and thermal insulation and moisture resistance.

Loft conversion is a great option for getting you additional space. Gypsum board with metal stud and materials are used for sound and thermal insulation, while dry walls save time and money. The air cavity is cleverly used for all sorts of installations. Given that there is no drying, walls are immediately skimmed, painted, coated wilth wallpaper, or tiled.

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