Suspended Ceilings

Suspended ceilings are used for a number of reasons; they are quick to install and mean that all the services required for offices such as pipework for plumbing and air conditioning, as well as power and data can be hidden out of sight. Access to the services is also much easier than using a traditional plasterboard or MF type ceiling as the ceiling tiles just need to be lifted from the grid.

There are many offices with old fissured tiles, with sagging tiles and a mottled grey look they make the office look very dated. We recommend the use of white tiles to give a fresh look.

We cover mainly the Wiltshire area as it is easier to manage projects closer to home, but have suspended ceiling projects in Somerset, Gloucester, Milton Keynes, Reading and Birmingham. We have carried out a number of suspended ceiling projects over the years; you can find out more by looking at the Projects section in the main menu, or by clicking on the relevant project below. If you would like to discuss any sort of requirement please do not hesitate to give us a call or email.

As well as being quick and simple to fit, suspended ceilings can also be very cost effective. Many builders put in plasterboard ceilings and this is not the right product for offices. There are many requirements for services, and plasterboard ceilings are too noisy for offices as the hard surfaces reflect sound. Benefits of using suspended ceilings are listed below:

  • Demountable
  • Services accessible
  • 24 or 15mm grid system
  • We always install with a laser
  • Insulation can be fitted above
  • Can be fire rated
  • Lots of different tile choices

Relevant Projects

Suspended Ceiling in Devizes

Client: CMD Recruitment
Value: £1,350

Fire Damage Restoration in Swindon

Client: Keningtons LLP
Value: £11k

Suspended Ceiling in Calne

Client: St Mary’s Sports Centre
Value: £3k

Dilapidation Work in Swindon

Client: REPL
Value: £25k

Offices on a Mezzanine Floor

Client: H J Knees of Trowbridge
Value: £45k

Suspended Ceiling in Chippenham

Client: Chippenham Accident Repair Centre
Value: £1.5k

What type of suspended ceilings should I have?

The above photo shows an ‘egg crate’ type of grid system that was quite common

Dilapidation Work in Reading

Client: The House of God Evangelical Church
Value: £100k

New Suspended Ceiling

Client: 5 Ways Business Centre Corsham
Value: £1.8k

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