A false ceiling differs from a traditional ceiling made of decorative materials such as gypsum board, PVC panels, and tiles, among other things. There is an empty gap between the ordinary ceiling and the false ceiling. The fake ceiling is a great material to use in halls and auditoriums to improve soundproofing. Metal wires are used to secure the artificial ceiling from the original ceiling. When the floor height is more than 10 feet, the space between the ceiling and the fake ceiling extends up to one foot. The artificial ceiling is a metal grid supported by the original ceiling and suspended.
The artificial ceiling not only improves the room’s aesthetic but also conceals the room’s heavy wiring, pipes, and insulations. A false ceiling is utilized in many multi-story offices and business buildings to offer an HVAC system that distributes clean air to the space. This system is readily repaired by simply removing the ceiling panel in the affected region and reinstalling it. The fake ceiling technology is less expensive and easier to install.