Building a space is not an easy task. A lot of contemplation, hard-work, and labour goes into it. A lot of people are involved in the building of a space. Builders take great effort in producing what their clients have envisioned. From the structure of the space to the minute details which may be ignored, everything has to be in the perfect manner. Your work should not only be pleasing to the eye, but also should be according to the comfort of the client. 

A new trend has shadowed over the market, nowadays. The trend of false ceilings. It is essential for builders to make sure they choose an appropriate material, to go with the structure of the space.  A false ceiling can be defined as a fitted ceiling hung on the original ceiling of a room or house. Wooden panels or metal frames hold this fake ceiling, creating an illusion of a lower ceiling. 

In some false ceilings, the original ceilings are also displayed in parts, to create a unique pattern. The false ceilings came into the trend by 2005 and have been prominent ever since. According to an article by OnManorama, about 10% of our budget is invested in interior designing. This portrays the saliency of interior designing and false ceilings throughout the world. To keep up with the growing trend of false ceilings, builders have to be on point with their choice in material. To make your task easier, here is a list of different false ceiling materials and the best out of all!

Different Types of False Ceilings

When it comes to the types of false ceilings, the list is never-ending. As people made unique false ceiling demands, new false ceiling materials kept on adding. Many factors have to be kept in mind while selecting a false ceiling, suiting the space’s atmosphere and overall look. It is essential to keep in mind the room’s height and size, the lighting required, the room’s colour, the layout of the room, etc. 

Here are some of the most popular types of false ceiling materials:

  • Wooden False Ceiling: Wooden panels in a false ceiling are a great idea if you are fond of earthy textures. The brown colour of the wood goes with everything and does not look extravagant. One can attain wooden panels in any shape like blocks or boards. However, their durability forever stays at risk due to termites, and they are very unreasonable. 
  • Plaster of Paris (POP) False Ceiling: Plaster of Paris is one of the most popular kinds of false ceilings. The POP hardens when water is used and is a great ceiling material. It is used for both commercial and residential spaces. It is compliant with various designs and has excellent durability. Also, it is a great insulator of cold and heat. Nonetheless, it tends to crack over time, making it ruin the appearance.
  • Fibre Ceiling Tiles: Fibre is an excellent choice for creating a soundproof and acoustic environment. It is a good sound and heat insulator due to its natural and synthetic material composition. Commercial complexes opt for fibre false ceilings and tiles to cut down all the complex noise. A minor drawback in choosing fibre is that they lack aesthetic appeal and make the space look dull. 
  • Glass False Ceilings: Glass though non-crystalline is transparent and plays a major role in enhancing space aesthetics. The transparency factor of the glass can be manipulated to make space look larger. Glass is a good insulator, and one can execute all kinds of design elements like laminating, painting, etc. on it. Though glass is a brittle material and its brittleness restricts its usage, suitable additives can be added to reduce it.
  • Gypsum False Ceiling: Gypsum is a sulfate of calcium and is obtainable as an evaporative mineral. Gypsum has garnered much popularity with its amazing thermal and sound insulation qualities, lightweight density, and fire resistance properties. Gypsum false ceiling can be designed in any shape as Gypsum is quite flexible and soft.

The Best Amongst the Lot

Choosing the perfect false ceiling amongst a long list is indeed not easy. However, according to its popularity amongst the multitude and its commendable properties, Gypsum false ceilings is the best choice you can make.

 Here are a few reasons to show you why Gypsum is the best from other types of false ceiling materials:

  • Firstly, it is affordable. According to an article by LivSpace, the price of false gypsum ceiling per sq. ft. ranges between Rs.50 – Rs. 150. 
  • Gypsum enables hassle-free installation. After the installation, the cleaning process is effortless, making it desirable to the house’s cleaning team!
  • The Gypsum boards give you a finished and immaculate final look, as it does not require a whole lot of joints to be attached to the ceiling.
  • Gypsum boards are mostly manufactured in factories, which have been processed under factory finishes. These finishes maintain the quality and consistency of the Gypsum.
  • Even if the false ceiling design is tedious and complex, Gypsum will effortlessly get the job done. This is due to the tremendous flexibility of the material.
  • Gypsum false ceilings save ample time as they are easy to install and forming the false ceiling’s shape is also facile.
  • Lastly, Gypsum pairs excellently with materials like glass and plywood.

Gypsum would be a smart choice for any space. It is trendy yet compatible with all factors. It is mostly used in spaces where there is a large area and requires central air conditioning units. It gives the perfect, aesthetically pleasing look to your space.

False ceilings lead the bandwagon currently and are doing so quite effectively, by giving a unique look to the spaces you build. With choosing the right material, choosing the right service provider is equally important. 

Kanish Plasters is a plastering service provider, who works with all kinds of products in the market like Gyproc, JK Gypsomaxx, GoPlaster Imported Gypsum, etc. They have a team of highly skilled professionals who deal with the material and the plaster’s application. They have been in the business for five years and have received a commendable number of satisfied customers and positive reviews.

 Looking for an appropriate Gypsum plaster? Get in touch with us today!