N.N.False Ceiling Works

"A false ceiling is also commonly known as a dropped ceiling. It is also called a suspended ceiling, a secondary ceiling, or a hung ceiling. The false ceiling is very widely used in modern construction, especially in offices and basements"

False Ceiling : False ceiling means any ceiling that is suspended below the original ceiling usually to conceal an ugly or too high ceiling or to install fluorescence with translucent panels to give the effect of the entire ceiling being lit up. In short, it is just a second ceiling concealing the original. This section lists the persons who does false ceiling to your roofs along with their particulars.

POP (Plaster of Paris) False Ceiling : Plaster of Paris is a popular material for false ceilings. False ceilings constructed with POP can take any shape and this allows for a lot of experimentation. Levels can be created in the ceiling using plaster of Paris, thus instilling a third dimension in ceiling designs. Recessed ceilings, layered ceilings, circular, domed, curvilinear ceilings; any shape or design you can imagine can be created using plaster of Paris. This further allows playing with interior lighting. The use of POP false ceilings opens up a wide variety of lighting options for the interiors. You can opt for a recessed ceiling with the central part of the ceiling recessed and have soffit lighting along the ceiling edges. Another popular option is cove lighting. POP false ceiling with cove lighting is an extremely common and contemporary way to adorn interior ceilings. Recessed lighting can always be used with false ceilings, and POP false ceiling is no exception. The popularity of POP false ceilings can also be attributed to the fact that it hides the A/C ducts and electrical wiring; giving a neat ceiling. 

GYPSUM False Ceiling : The gypsum false ceiling consists of gypsum boards which are fixed over a support system of GI framework. Gypsum, which is hydrated calcium silicate, is available in boards of 9mm, 12.5mm and 15mm thicknesses. The boards are available in sizes of.....           1200mm x 2400mm.