The False Ceiling Buying Guide…
False or drop ceilings are secondary ceilings hung below the main ceiling. Apart from adding to visual appeal of a room, these are loved across households for their ability to insulate the space from heat.

As getting a false ceiling is an expensive affair, it is important to get every detail right. Here is how you can go about it.
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You can choose across various materials for your false ceiling according to your taste, requirement and budget.

  • POP – Plaster of Paris (POP) is the most popular choice for false ceilings. It can be crafted in stunning patters with or without wooden panels and light fixtures.
  • Gypsum Board – Gypsum board is another popular choice for ceilings and offers a host of elegant designs. They are light-weighed, could sustain ducting and easy to handle if you wish to play with the height of the room.
  • Thermocol –Fitted with aluminum frames and it is one of the most economical false ceilings
  • PVC –Made from the robust plastic, PVC is a low maintenance false ceiling variety. It stays for years and is available in a wide variety of designs and colors.
  • Measure Height -

    Some false ceilings requires from headroom than others. Before picking on a particular type, mark the height of the wall you need and measure how much room you have for the ceiling and the overhead joists. Be prepared to increase or decrease a couple inches on ceiling height to accommodate your installation needs.
  • Space -

    Ensure that the shape of the ceiling you are selecting could fit in the available space. Please not that, all ceiling options displayed on our tool fit in the concerned room size.
  • Future Repairs -

    As there may come a time when you need to repair your false ceiling, consider future repairs in addition to immediate installation while buying.