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Signs That Your Ceiling Needs To Be Replaced

Ceilings play an important role in an office building by helping you maximise lighting, manage acoustics and reduce energy costs. Aside from this, it can also make spaces within your office expansive and comfortable. However, as much as you want them to last, they will still need to be replaced at one point. Here are some telltale signs that your ceilings already need replacement:

Tile Discolouration

Tile discolouration is caused by two things – either water damage due to your air conditioning system or too much exposure of UV light. When this happens, you can replace the whole ceiling instead of just a few affected tiles. This way, you can avoid having mismatched colours of old and new tiles.

Mould Starts to Form

If the water damage causes moulds to form, consider replacing your ceiling tiles immediately. Moulds can cause health problems to office employees, affecting their productivity. Make sure that the water damage gets fixed first before replacing your tiles.

Damaged Tiles

If you notice cracks or broken tiles, it’s a sign that your ceiling needs replacement. Unfortunately, sometimes, individual replacement tiles aren’t available when you need it so you have to replace the entire area. The availability usually depends on the age of the ceiling tiles.

Aesthetic Improvement

Aside from damages and discolouration, another reason to replace your ceiling tiles is if you want to undergo office renovation. For one, ceilings provide additional appeal to your space. You’ll surely reap a lot of benefits if you improve the aesthetics of your office space.

With over 30 years’ experience, SLP Interiors offer full commercial or retail fit of suspended ceilings, partitions (solid or glazed), dry lining and plastering. Contact us today to discover the benefits of suspended ceilings in your office space. Call us on 0117 2140852 or email us at [email protected].


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