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WHAT IS TRAN THACH CAO THACH? BEAUTIFUL CHARACTERISTICS AND Patterns

In the previous articles, we know that gypsum ceilings have 2 types: sunk ceilings, and drop ceilings, if we already know about sunken ceilings, then what is drop plaster ceiling? What are the pros and cons of plaster ceiling? And what types of ceiling are there? Let MOIVAONHATOI find out right in this article!

WHAT IS TRAN THACH CAO THACH?

Drop ceiling, also known as floating plaster ceiling, is the name derived from the structural features of this type of ceiling.

Constructed from a pre-installed skeleton, the plaster panels are shelved (dropped) into the skeleton section. After finishing construction, still see the supporting ceiling frame and the whole side of the plasterboard.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND ADVANTAGES OF TRAN THACH CAO THACH?

Any product has its own advantages and disadvantages, and drop plaster ceiling is no exception. So what are the advantages and limitations of this type of ceiling? Let's find out with MOIVAONHATOI now!

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF TRAN THACH CAO THACH?

  • Plasterboard (floating ceiling) made from white gypsum boards, mineral fiber gypsum or covered with PVC has high aesthetics, good thermal insulation ability, there are gypsum types that can sound, resist Fire with the ability to not ignite, withstand high temperatures does not produce toxic fumes that endanger health.
  • When there are changes in temperature and humidity, the plaster ceiling is limited in shrinking or sagging after a long period of use.
  • The construction process is not too complicated, the construction time is short and very convenient in repairing and replacing the damaged plasterboard. At the same time this type of ceiling can be easily constructed and installed power lines, ventilation systems.
  • Cost of construction Floating ceiling is quite cheap, but it ensures the requirement of durable, beautiful for the project and is the choice of many people.

What are the disadvantages of TRAN THACH CAO THACH?

  • Plaster ceilings are used with fixed size gypsum boards with a skeleton, so it is difficult to change the size and design of the plasterboard.
  • Plasterboard of drop ceilings is small in size so it is easy to feel the space is divided and this type of ceiling is not used for small space projects but is often applied to projects with large spaces.
  • The drop ceiling is limited in decoration, not suitable for projects that require high aesthetic ceilings.
  • When there are changes in temperature and humidity, the plaster ceiling is limited in shrinking or sagging after a long period of use.

WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF HIGH LIGHTS?

Plaster ceilings are divided into 2 main types:

  • Plaster ceiling covered with PVC: anti-dirt, more durable than conventional plaster and waterproof.
  • Mineral fiber gypsum ceiling: lighter in weight than conventional gypsum, porous surface helps absorb sound and has good thermal insulation. The mineral fiber plasterboard ceiling price is usually higher than the PVC coated drop sheet and is used for more advanced projects.

The above are the most basic things about drop plaster ceilings. Hopefully, you have understood what a drop plaster ceiling is, and grasp its features to consider carefully when choosing a plaster ceiling for your home.

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