False Ceiling Work

A false ceiling, also known as a dropped ceiling or suspended ceiling, is a secondary ceiling that is suspended below the main (structural) ceiling. False ceilings are often used to hide electrical and plumbing pipes, cables, and other utilities that are located in the space between the structural ceiling and the false ceiling. They can also be used to create a more aesthetically pleasing look in a room by hiding uneven or damaged ceilings, or to create a different spatial effect by lowering the height of the ceiling.

False ceilings are typically made from lightweight materials, such as gypsum board or plasterboard, and are supported by a metal framework that is attached to the structural ceiling. The space between the false ceiling and the structural ceiling is usually around 6 inches to 12 inches, depending on the height of the room and the purpose of the false ceiling. False ceilings can be finished with a variety of materials, including paint, wallpaper, tiles, or fabric, to match the decor of the room.

False ceiling used are:

  • POP False Ceiling
  • Gypsum Board False Ceiling
  • Wooden False Ceiling
  • PVC False Ceiling
  • Metal False Ceiling
  • Glass False Ceiling
  • Fibre False Ceiling
  • Fabric and Synthetic Material False Ceiling

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False Ceiling Work

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