We offer all types of suspended ceiling. This enables us to provide a new ceiling in keeping with the usage of any type of room.

Metal Panelled Ceilings »

Common applications include offices, clean rooms, computer rooms, bathrooms/showers and acoustic rooms. This system is highly versatile and resilient providing a decorative range from fully accessible concealed grid to chilled ceilings.

Metal Strip Ceilings »

Common applications include external canopies, external walkways and main thoroughfares. Metal Strip Ceilings give a very tough ceiling resistant to the elements.

Mineral Fibre Ceilings »

Common applications include offices, retail and (Exposed Grid) general public areas. Such ceilings give a highly acoustic decorative finish and enable easy access to the space above

Glass Fibre Ceilings »

Common applications include clinical washrooms, kitchens, cleaning rooms, public rooms, swimming pools and high humidity areas. These provide a washable ceiling which still has a decorative and acoustic quality.

Plasterboard Ceilings »

Common applications include surgical rooms, clinically clean rooms, X-ray rooms, laboratories or pool environments. Utilising standard plasterboard or the newer range of performance boards, Plasterboard ceilings provide a plain ceiling with the appearance of plain plaster creating a completely sealed unit. With the use of perforated plasterboards it is possible to combine the clean look of the plasterboard with a level of acoustic absorption in communal areas.

Mass Barrier Ceilings »

Used mainly in cinema construction these consist of several layers of plasterboard fixed to a galvanised metal framework suspended on specialist acoustic anti-vibration hangers. They are installed to provide a complete block to noise transfer.

Plasterboard Features »

Used extensively in cinema and shop fit-out projects Architects are demanding ever more eye catching features to foyers and entrance areas. Plasterboard on a metal or wood substrate provides a cost effective solution to these requirements.

Profiled Ceilings »

Constructed out of plasterboard, specialist glass or mineral fibre panels. Such systems are generally installed for aesthetics.

Acoustic Rafts »

An increasing popular development in the commercial and education sector in line with modern design criteria. These ceilings allow for air flow and thermal mass of slabs to be realized, along with easy access to services whilst still providing large areas, both front and rear of panels, of acoustic absorption. These panels are general large slabs of ceiling tile material suspended on wires below the soffit and can be in a wide array of shapes, sizes and colours.