Suspended Ceiling Insulation
Incorporating a form of insulation within a suspended ceiling system can add a variety of benefits to the working environment.
Suspended ceilings by their nature will improve the thermal efficiency of a building, reducing the depth of the internal ceiling height, effectively trapping the warm air below.
However, as most ceiling tiles are fairly porous, a proportion of this warm air will penetrate through the tiles and into the ceiling void.
Installing a form of insulation above the suspended ceiling will help to restore the warm air within the room and not into the ceiling void.
- Reducing Energy Costs
- Improved Thermal Insulation
- Improved Room Acoustics