Ceilings can be overlooked and with good reason. They are generally out of our line of sight and are meant to be more of a background feature than anything else. But they do play an important role in the look and structure of a building or room.
With so many different ceiling tiles to choose from, it can feel difficult to make a choice. Let’s take a look at the different options available and why they might be a good fit.
One of the most popular options is a moisture-resistant tile. These are most ideal for rooms like bathrooms that have high humidity and moisture levels to deal with. Moisture in that quantity can become a safety hazard and degrade the ceiling and other materials.
With PVC or metal ceiling tiles, you can ensure that the room in question is ready to hold up to the extra moisture. All to keep both the materials and room in ideal condition for a long time.
It is safe to say that the vast majority of people and organisations want to have a ceiling tile that looks great, too. There is a cross between form and function, the need to have designs that feature things such as greater acoustics or moisture resistance but fit the right look.
These can come in more colours or designs than some of the standard options out there. Depending on where you look, you may even find totally unique designs or colours than something you would normally see in a ceiling tile.
Fire is one of the biggest threats to any home, commercial or industrial building. Finding means to keep fire at bay are important and one of the most important aspects of fire resistance comes in the form of the right ceiling tiles.
Fire-resistant tiles have been specifically designed to exceed fire prevention standards. They are meant to limit fire and keep it from spreading, either by allowing for a slower burn or resisting it entirely. A lot of commercial and industrial ceiling tile has built-in fire resistance to it, adhering to certain building code protocols.
These are just a few of the different options available for tiles to choose from. Depending on what the building is and what the needs are, you can find a tile that suits your needs.