Ceilings

Hung below the main structural ceiling, a suspended ceiling is a secondary ceiling that is used in most industrial and commercial buildings such as offices, schools and hospitals. The main use of this type of ceiling is to hide piping, wiring and ductwork. Each suspended ceiling uses a grid of wire suspended metal channels (shaped like an upside-down “T”) that snap together to create a lattice pattern of cells which fit the ceiling tiles. Suspended ceilings can also help with reducing sound and with minimising thermal loss from your room.

Suspended ceiling lighting is light fittings that sit recessed in place of a ceiling tile to light large areas or rooms. These will then usually be paired with a diffuser like a prismatic design Perspex diffuser.

Contact Millennium Storage and Interiors today on 01942 603344 and find out what suspended ceiling can do for your premises.