Drop down ceilings have redefined interior design and given builders a new tool for ceilings. Their benefits make them highly versatile, from restaurants to commercial office buildings. Furthermore, using metal tiles in your drop ceiling ramps up the beauty even more!
Some of their other advantages include:
• Flexible options. Because Drop-down ceilings are generally suspended a few inches below the actual ceiling, you can hide wiring, fixtures, duct work and other unsightly items above the drop-down ceiling. What’s more, they often come in a staggering array of designs, colors, and finishes. Specific looks are easy to create, too. A homeowner can install metal ceiling tiles brushed with flecks of silver and gold, or aged green copper to go for an antique look. Or they can go with ultra-modern tiles for a comtemporary look. Most metal ceiling tiles can be easily painted with spray or water-based paint and it easy to make metal tiles match your interior décor!
• A modern touch. Since the metal tiles impart a high-end look in a home, drop-down ceilings are a great way to fix up a shabby room before selling your home. Victorian homes, cottages, and houses with a lot of woodwork stand to benefit the most, as this great look complements the nature of their design.
• Variety. Copper, one of the most expensive metal materials, is a high-end solution easily available for drop-down ceilings. In fact, you can find a wide variety of copper-finished metal ceiling tiles for your drop-down ceiling project! These types of ceiling tiles don’t tin need to be primed and painted either in the factory or by the construction crew prior to putting them in a home. Metal tiles frequently cost less than actual copper tiles!
• Installation Choices. Whether your metal ceiling installation is through a construction company or a DIY project, you will save lots of time and aching muscles. Drop-down ceilings can be easier to install than nail-up or glue-on ones.
With so many advantages, it’s easy to redo a home’s or business’s interior using a drop-down ceiling on a budget without compromising quality or appearance.