Suspended Ceilings

A suspended ceiling offers some real advantages over the permanent variety. First, it conceals obstructions attached to the underside of the joists, yet allows easy access for fixing pipes or adding wiring later on. Suspended ceilings are also better sound barriers than drywall ceilings and since you level the ceiling as you install it, the existing joists need not be level or even straight.

With a suspended system you can add insulation and install ceiling lights by simply removing an acoustical panel and replacing it with a special drop-in fluorescent fixture, you can even add a drop in that has a built in heating element.

Ceiling acoustics can have a positive effect on the ambience within your premises by either diverting sound away from noisy areas or by sending it back into the room if needed.  This is especially useful for shops that play music to their customers as it can ensure an all around sound and ambience.

Measurements in building acoustics have often required specialised equipment, to cope with the range of different parameters needed for a full sound insulation test. With the advent of software-based virtual instruments, building acoustic design is now simply an additional software module connected to our existing design software.
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