If you’re not sure what ceiling style is best for your commercial building, rest assured that there is a wide-range of materials available to create an attractive commercial space that not only enhances the look of a room but also provide safety and comfort. We’ll share three options to consider in your next project.
Drop ceilings, or suspended ceilings, are typically used in offices, classrooms, and stores. These ceilings hang below an existing ceiling and consists of lightweight panels inserted into a metal grid which creates the ceiling. The tiles are made from a variety of lightweight materials like plastic, metal, and fiberglass, and are great for hiding an existing ceiling, wiring, and plumbing.
Drop ceilings can be quite expensive, for a more economical commercial solution, our Konik Fine Fissured mineral fiber ceiling tiles are a high-quality Cortega Ceiling Tile Alternative. These tiles are medium textured with non-directional visual and standard acoustic performance. They are also made of recycled panels, are sag resistant, provide excellent noise reduction, and are easy to install.
If you want your ceilings to be a decorative focal point, consider plank ceilings made of real wood. If you want to brighten up a room, choose light wood and if you want to create a warmer room, select dark wood. These attractive planks will add textural contrast and enhance the look of any room. Planks are attached to an existing ceiling or a suspended grid system. This style works great in educational facilities.
Coffered ceiling tiles are also known as recessed panels. These highly decorative sunken panels are supported by dropped beams. These tiles will transform a bland ceiling into a custom design dream. These ceilings are moisture and mold resistant and are low maintenance. These tiles work well in just about any commercial space.