False ceilings or suspended ceilings is a ceiling that is suspended at a distance from the main ceiling, meaning that the false ceiling does not replace the main ceiling, so what are the advantages of this ceiling, if not, it will dispense with the base ceiling of the place.
1- The presence of the false ceiling prevents water vapor from reaching the main ceiling and leaking into it.
2- It gives the design a beautiful look.
3- It insulates heat and sound.
4- It helps to illuminate the spaces.
5- It helps to better control the sound arrival of the listener. What are the types of false ceilings?
1- Metal ceilings. It is made of metal plates or slabs.
2- The gypsum ceiling. They are gypsum boards or tiles.
3- Ceilings suspended by the extended net. It is made of metal wires intertwined with each other to give Indian shapes forming a network and it comes either in the form of a roll with a width of 100 cm and a length of 10 meters or in the form of panels with dimensions of 1 meter x 2 meters.
4- Wooden ceilings. This type of ceiling is no longer used, as it is named after it. It is clear that they are ceilings made of wood and are no longer used due to the large financial burden, and they take a great time to install. How is the false ceiling installed?
1- The tools that must be available to carry out the installation process (drill, nails, ladder, roof materials and accessories).
2- Bring the shagul thread (a thread marked on the roofs) and spread this thread on the wall to mark the place where the ceiling will be installed or after the false ceiling from the main ceiling, then tighten the thread and leave it to hit the wall, leaving a specific mark for the place and then repeat this process But on the main ceiling to determine the places to put the suspension wires.
3- Bring the tee, fisher, holder, cap, stapler, or whatever type or what is named for it, and pierce the holes in places that have been marked, and fix the tee on the ceiling. You must make sure that it is installed well, as it will bear all the weight of the false ceiling. Installing the corners of the wall anchors.
4- After installing the lattice, connect or clip the wire that will hold the ceiling to the corners of the false ceiling and tie it well.
5- Bring the angles that will be attached to the lattice and measure them according to the size of the place where they will be attached and cut the extras with them or connect the parts that need to be connected to get the required and appropriate lengths.
6- After cutting the pivot corners, tie them well with the wire from the top and make sure that they are fixed and continue to do this until you get pivot corners extending below the main ceiling lengthwise and called (Main T).
7- After installing the corners of the fulcrum lengthwise, we can easily extend the rest of the corners in width (Secondary T) and they are installed or meshed in the corners of the fulcrum extended in length to obtain squares for the false ceiling or a grid of a group of squares so that the size of the square is equal to the size of the slab or panel of the false ceiling .
8- When you have completed the formation of the network and made sure that it is hung and connected well, you can start laying tiles or panels of any kind, to finally get a good false ceiling.
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