False Ceiling

False Ceiling

False Ceiling

  • Client: Construction Company
  • Location: Greater Noida
  • Surface Area: 500,000 m2
  • Year Completed: 2021
  • Value: $550.000
  • Architect: Harri & Gary

False Ceiling

False ceilings are often secondary ceilings that are hung below the main ceiling with the help of suspension cords or struts. These ceilings are crafted from a wide range of materials such as POP (plaster of Paris), gypsum board, asbestos sheets, particle board, aluminium panel, wood etc. They are also known as dropped ceiling or suspended ceiling.

Grid False Ceiling

Grid False Ceiling is one of the most common types of false ceilings used in commercial office spaces. These type of ceiling are suitable for large range of applications. They are ideal for concealed wiring.

Plaster Of Paris (POP) Ceiling Or Murga Jaali Ceiling

Plaster of Paris is most commonly used false ceiling material. It is cheapest amongst all the false ceiling materials. POP is mixed with water and is applied to fibreboard or wood base which suspends to form the ceiling.

Plywood Ceiling

Plywood ceilings are popular for their visually appealing aspects. These type of ceilings are created with strips of ply which are either nailed or glued together.

PVC False Ceiling

PVC ceiling is also one of the most commonly used ceiling system. It solves the problem of cleaning and maintenance. This type of ceiling is suitable for all types of climate. It also incorporates flush fitting and hidden lighting system.

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