Ceiling Materials Explained

Ceilings can be constructed using a variety of materials, each with its own characteristics and aesthetic appeal. Some common ceiling materials include:

Gypsum: Gypsum boards or panels are widely used for ceilings due to their versatility, ease of installation, and affordability. They can be easily cut, shaped, and textured to achieve different design effects.

Wood: Wood ceilings offer a warm and natural look to a space. Common types of wood used for ceilings include cedar, pine, oak, and bamboo. Wood ceilings can be installed as planks, panels, or beams, adding a rustic or contemporary touch depending on the chosen wood type and finish.

Metal: Metal ceilings, such as aluminum or tin, are popular for their durability and modern aesthetic. They are often used in commercial or industrial settings due to their ability to withstand high humidity, fire resistance, and low maintenance requirements.

Acoustic Tiles: Acoustic ceiling tiles are designed to absorb sound and improve acoustics in a room. They are commonly used in offices, classrooms, and other spaces where noise reduction is important. These tiles are available in various materials, including mineral fiber, fiberglass, and perforated metal.

Plaster: Plaster ceilings have a smooth and refined appearance. They are created by applying multiple layers of plaster to a frame or directly onto the ceiling surface. Plaster ceilings can be customized with decorative patterns or moldings for an elegant look.

PVC: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) ceiling panels are lightweight, moisture-resistant, and easy to clean. They are often used in bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas prone to humidity or water exposure.

Fabric: Fabric-covered ceilings can add a touch of luxury and softness to a space. Fabric is stretched and attached to a frame, creating a seamless and visually appealing surface. Fabric ceilings are commonly used in theaters, event spaces, or high-end residential settings.

These are just a few examples of ceiling materials, and the choice of material will depend on factors such as the desired aesthetic, budget, durability, and functional requirements of the space.

Ceiling Tiles

ACOUSTIC DROP CEILING TILES

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2'x4' Ceiling Tiles

Medium-textured panels that feature a unique, non-directional pattern. Made with a water-felted manufacturing process, which provides excellent sound attenuation (CAC) performance. The surface of the panel has perforations that also aid in sound absorption. Various models made by – USG, Armstrong, CertainTeed

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2'x2' Ceiling Tiles

Medium-textured panels that feature a unique, non-directional pattern. Made with a water-felted manufacturing process, which provides excellent sound attenuation (CAC) performance. The surface of the panel has perforations that also aid in sound absorption. Various models made by – USG, Armstrong, CertainTeed

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Fire Rated Ceiling Tiles
  • Fire rated!!
  • Washable and scrubbable finish–impact and scratch resistant!
  • USDA Certified Biobased Product
  • Panels meet USDA/FSIS requirements for food processing areas

Ceiling Grid System - T-bar Grid

Variety of drop ceiling suspension systems from major manufacturers are available to order

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Main T - Main runner

12' Long
From major suspended t-bar systems manufacturers:

  • Certainteed
  • Donn
  • Armstrong
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2' Cross T

From major suspended t-bar systems manufacturers:

  • Certainteed
  • Donn
  • Armstrong
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4' Cross T

From major suspended t-bar systems manufacturers:

  • Certainteed
  • Donn
  • Armstrong

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