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For Commercial Property we install:

Suspended Ceilings

An MF ceiling is where plasterboard is fixed to a concealed metal grid which is in turn then fixed to a structural soffit above. This therefore creates a void (of a depth to suit the structure) above the ceiling which can be used for services etc. The plasterboard can then be skim finished or using tape and joint system. The type of plasterboard used can be designed to enhance fire, acoustic and thermal requirements.


Grid Ceilings

Grid ceilings consist of tiles hung within a metal grid system. There are many different tile types and styles available to suit each development and advice can be given in respect of these. Please check out www.amfceilings.co.uk

Metal Stud/Partitions

Metal stud partitions are non-load bearing internal partitions suitable for all types of housing, commercial and retail developments. These can be constructed to a height of 7.90m and are single or double boarded each side with a plasterboard type to suit any individual requirement. These can be installed to suit particular arrangements and can include faceted or curved layouts. In addition these can be combined with a range of insulations to enhance their acoustic and thermal qualities.

Plasterboard

We supply and fit the complete range of plasterboards including the following:

  • Plain plasterboard.
  • Foilbacked plasterboard – backed with a vapour control membrane.
  • Fireline plasterboard – to give enhanced fire protection.
  • Moisture Resistant plasterboard – suitable for wet use areas.
  • Duraline plasterboard – to give a greater impact resistance.
  • SoundBloc plasterboard – to give greater levels of sound insulation.

Insulation/Sound Proofing

We can offer a range of insulations designed to meet all of the current ‘U’ Value guidelines and regulations. These can be used in metal stud partitions, above MF or grid ceilings or between joists and between rafters in domestic houses. The thickness of each type of insulation is designed to meet particular design requirements.

Loft Insulation

Without proper insulation a lot of the valuable, expensive energy you use to heat your home will be lost through the loft. In fact, by not insulating your loft you could be wasting as much as 20% of your heating costs. Insulating your loft – or topping up any insulation you have already – will help to heat your home more efficiently. Using less energy reduces carbon dioxide emissions (CO2): one of the biggest causes of climate change. You will also save money on your bills too. Loft insulation is one of the easiest energy efficiency measures you can fit in a home. There is no mess, our trained technicians can install loft insulation in under two hours, depending on the size of your property.

Tape & Joint

Taping and jointing produces a smooth, continuous, crack free surface ready for final decoration. The jointing process has three application stages – bedding the tape and bulk filling the joint, secondary filling to take up shrinkage and then final finish (each is sanded down as applicable).