JJB plastering Ltd

By: JJB plastering Ltd  26/07/2014
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Suspended ceilings can be used to hide unsightly services such as cables and pipework and are commonly installed in office blocks with a wide range of fibrous and metal tiles and modular lights. It can be finished in a variety of plasterboards, such as the Quattro 41 'waffle' board for acoustics or more traditional fire protection boards. A flat skim finish can be provided if desired. This particular type of suspended ceiling is very much a bespoke work. A plasterboard bulkhead is created beneath an MF ceiling to provide a light trough effect. This style is particularly pleasing on the eye, creating an attractive aesthetic finish to any room. Burgess Ceilings are commonly appreciated as the best ceiling system. This is a very robust and easy to use metal tile system. Using clip-in technology, the tiles can be easily removed for access to services. The grid is completely concealed by the wide choice of tile. This is particularly effective for fire protection or any other specification. The classic partition wall is a simple lightweight drywall partition system, provided by metal studs. It is cost effective and can be tailored easily to suit your requirements. They can be used for fire stops, sound barriers and wet rooms. Jumbo studs are used to create very tall and robust walls. These are used commonly in exhibition centres and sports halls etc. Our fixers have a wealth of experience using and installing this product.

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