If you’re remodeling a room or transforming a basement into a new living space, a suspended ceiling offers real benefits.
The often neglected space above your head holds many opportunities to add value.
The clutter of ducts, plumbing, wiring, TV and networking cables, and other mechanical systems can be easily hidden by a suspended
ceiling, yet remain accessible for repairs. Suspended ceilings in a home theater solve the problem of where to nest multiple
cables and power cords.
Suspended ceilings offer superior acoustic properties (better than drywall ceilings) to absorb sound, so surrounding rooms
5. Moisture and sag resistance
Suspended ceilings are resistant to mold, mildew, bacteria, and sagging. They can even be used in areas where high humidity
is present, such as the bathroom.
6. Fire safety
Armstrong ceiling panels and tiles are fire-retardant and meet industry standards for flame-spread ratings.
7. Energy efficiency
The insulating effect of suspended ceiling panels may help lower home heating or cooling bills. In addition, the highly reflective
surface of white panels creates a brighter space, optimizing light reflection and reducing the need for additional lighting.
If you’re making an effort to reduce your carbon footprint, you may want to know that suspended ceiling panels from Armstrong
contain recycled post-consumer and post-industrial products.