Suspended ceilings are a great way of giving an office a very professional feel. They offer many other benefits, such as improving workplace acoustics and providing added insulation.

They can also be used to create a void to accommodate service infrastructures and a grid platform for lighting, mechanical and service outlets.

Suspended ceilings can be assembled with a concealed metal grid work, usually with a mineral or metal tile system.  Alternatively, an exposed metal grid work, with mineral or glass fibre tile systems, can be used.  This is probably the most popular choice for offices.

Interior Concepts can provide either of these options, offering a full design, specifying and installation service. We can also install an MF type grid ceiling system, with plasterboard finish; and specific fire-rated ceiling systems for lift lobbies, stairwells and risers.

We are experts in this field, with an established network of suppliers. This means that, in most cases, we are able to match any existing ceiling system and duplicate it.

If ceiling tiles are required to provide extra sound absorption, humidity resistance, scratch resistance, or hygienic properties, we can source the right product for the right job. We understand what is needed in a shower room or kitchen, versus an educational environment.

Where existing ceiling systems are not damaged and are still compliant under today’s regulations, but look tired and dirty, we can provide assistance. If it offers greater value to the client than replacement, we can clean or acoustic-coat a suspended ceiling to give it a new lease of life.

In addition, we offer insulating and acoustic pads for existing and new suspended ceilings, to improve the building’s sound absorption properties and help reduce heat loss.

  • Sound absorption/attenuation tiles (dB)
  • Thermal conductivity tiles (U-Value)
  • Colour designer tiles
  • Impact resistant tiles
  • Light reflective tiles
  • Antimicrobial tiles
  • Different exposed and concealed grid work available for different environments
  • Boarded Ceilings (Fire Performance)
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