Embassy ceiling is an ingenious suspended ceiling system ; a durable formula with a sleek design made to last.
Embassy ceiling can not be installed as standard drop ceiling suspended that is typically installed with system of wires and t-bars. Unlike T-bar grid system Embassy Ceiling has to be mounted directly to hard surface/joists.
Yes. The components can be cut to allow installation around obstacles and also to center ceiling installation. We recommend centering your ceiling for aesthetics only. The structure will not be affected if your ceiling is off-centre.
Embassy Ceiling can be purchased at Boulanger, Costco, Rona, Home Depot and other retailers. We will be happy to help you with your new Embassy Ceiling Installation.
Embassy suspended ceilings have similar acoustic and soundproofing properties as gypsum. Embassy Ceiling Installation will improve sound quality inside the room.
The recommended humidity level is between 45 and 55%. High humidity levels can cause ceilings components to move. We recommend avoiding fitting the panels too tightly along the walls. By leaving a gap between the crossbars and the panel, there will be enough space to accommodate for variations caused by moisture content fluctuations.
Embassy ceiling products can be installed in a bathroom. This material is not completely waterproof but still has a good tolerance to moisture when installed in damp rooms such as a bathroom, basement and / or cottage.
IMPORTANT: Always leave the materials in the room in which they will be installed for 48 hours prior to installation.
The process of installing an embassy ceiling involves several steps and requires skilled professionals to ensure proper execution. Here is a general overview of the process:
It’s important to note that the actual installation process may vary depending on the specific design, materials, and requirements of the embassy ceiling. Working with experienced contractors, architects, and designers is crucial to ensure a successful installation that meets both functional and aesthetic expectations.