Ceiling Tiles

Ceiling tiles are a type of suspended ceiling system commonly used in modern construction and architecture. They are hung below the main (structural) ceiling and are also known as dropped ceilings, T-bar ceilings, false ceilings, suspended ceilings, grid ceilings, drop-in ceilings, drop-out ceilings, or ceiling tiles.
Strength and Durability:
Ceiling tiles are constructed using materials such as clay, metal, gypsum, recycled paper, and natural starch, which contribute to their strength and durability. When properly maintained, certain types of ceiling tiles, such as high-grade plaster of Paris (POP) and gypsum ceilings, can last for approximately two decades.
Thermal Insulation:
Ceiling tiles can provide thermal insulation, which can help prevent heat or circulated cool air from escaping through the ceiling. This can help maintain a consistent room temperature and reduce energy use, particularly during times when energy consumption is at its highest. The amount of insulation required depends on the size of the ceiling surface where it will be applied.
Fire Resistance:
Ceiling tiles can offer fire resistance due to their non-combustible nature, and our tiles have a Class A fire resistance rating with a Flame Spread Index (FSI) of 20 and Smoke Developed Index (SDI) of 200. However, it is important to ensure that the grid system is also included in the fire resistance testing for accurate results.
Low Maintenance:
Ceiling tiles, including vinyl drop ceiling tiles, are known for their low maintenance requirements. They are designed to be easy to clean and maintain, with regular vacuuming and occasional wiping with a lint-free cloth being sufficient to keep them looking their best.They are also lightweight and easy to install, making them a popular choice for both residential and commercial settings.