False Ceiling

What are false Ceilings. False ceilings are often secondary ceilings that are hung below the main ceiling with the help of suspension cords or struts. These ceilings are crafted from a wide range of materials such as POP (plaster of Paris), gypsum board, asbestos sheets, particle board, aluminium panel, wood etc.

A popular and functional ceiling design option among homeowners is a false ceiling. Also known as a secondary or dropped ceiling, this is a structure that is suspended from the original ceiling.

It reduces the AC consumption due to its excellent insulation capacity. Electrical and plumbing conduits can run below the ceiling, and the false ceiling covers those. The false ceiling acts as an excellent thermal insulator, which significantly reduces the temperature inside the room.