When considering opening a new business or reforming your commercial premises or establishment, there are many factors to take into account: furniture, lighting, colors, security systems. Among all of them, we cannot ignore the ceilings, since they are one more element that contributes to the whole and complements the aesthetics and image of a business.
Let us tell you about the advantages of installing false ceilings, as stated by a professional commercial roofer and which will be good for offices, stores, bank branches or clinics. But, let us start at the beginning…
It is a very practical element that allows us to design the roof of our establishment and its lighting to our liking. It also allows the integration of air conditioning systems very well.
If we have enough space between the true and the false ceiling, we can even take advantage of it for storage.
Drop ceilings can completely transform the interior of your business, improving both its aesthetics and its practicality. However, keep in mind that there are two very different classes.
It is a fixed roof system. They cannot be disassembled and replaced, so any type of change or maintenance requires annoying works. That is why they are not common in commercial premises. Its installation is done using plaster or plasterboard.
These ceilings are removable, so both installation and maintenance are much easier and faster. This makes them a very good option for commercial premises such as shops, or for offices, for example.
The range of materials and finishes of its plates is much wider for this type of ceiling. Its prefabricated pieces, which are placed on a metallic structure, can be made of plaster, fiberglass, aluminum, among others.
Next, we will tell you about all the benefits that the installation of these elements can bring to your business:
It is important to have professionals who advise you on which are the most appropriate roofs according to what you need for your business and the activity that you are going to carry out in it.
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