Your Gypsum Ceiling Kenya Experts
Gypsum Ceilings or false ceiling is the World’s popular modern ceiling you can trust and has more advantages than other types of ceilings. We are unmatched and the only company in Kenya that crafts customize gypsum ceilings at an international level. Using the best and internationally accredited gypsum boards such as Knauf and Gyproc, we craft quality and durable ceiling designs from single rooms to multi complex facilities in Kenya. Gypsum Ceiling Kenya continues to specializes in the installation and supply of gypsum ceiling and related accessories for any type of houses or premises. Compared to other traditional ceilings and when installed perfectly by professionals, gypsum ceilings outranks all other types of modern or traditional ceilings because of its major advantages such as thermal insulation, sound echos reduction, sound insulation, seamless finish, can accommodate different accessories such as lights, recessed speakers, Air conditioners, can be cladded with any materials, can be painted with any special finishes and also hides roof imperfections, wires and pipes.
Since inception in 2010 Gypsum Ceiling Kenya has been active and 100% dedicated to offering clients with professionally crafted Ceilings and related accessories in Kenya. In the last six years, Gypsum Ceiling Kenya has received numerous accolades and awards, zero% complains from clients and a five star rating. We know how to craft and bring out the beauty of gypsum ceilings by combining our experience, professionalism and the ideas from our clients in Kenya -our client based on each particular project. We have thousands of customized designs photos you can choose for any of your space in our catalog. Our certified range of solutions in Kenya are crafted by a professional team consisting of Interior Designers, craftsmen/women, technicians, Architects with a common goal ‘Transform ideas into extraordinary realities’. CONTACT US FOR STUNNING AND ELEGANT RESIDENTIAL GYPSUM CEILING DESIGNS AND BE PART OF OTHER 500+ SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ACROSS KENYA
Why Gypsum Ceiling?
Installing a gypsum ceiling is an appealing way to replace old ceiling panels, or create a new ceiling. While plaster used to be the sole ceiling panel material available, this is no longer the case. Gypsum ceiling panels are made from a sedimentary rock that is sturdy and relatively inexpensive to manufacture. Since the time of the Egyptians, this type of rock has been used for various building applications.
Generally, gypsum ceiling panels are smaller than plaster panels. Thus, this type of material is often applied to suspended ceilings. Once a ceiling frame, or lattice, is in place, gypsum panels are inserted into this frame. Due to the fact that gypsum is easy to manipulate, manufacturers produce various styles and patterns from this material. When panels are placed in a particular manner, different acoustics can be achieved, which is the top reason why a gypsum ceiling is the preferred ceiling of choice inside of industrial and office buildings. While installing gypsum panels is not complex, professional contractors are usually called upon to outfit a ceiling with these panels.
Application of Gypsum Ceiling Board
Gypsum board can be applied over wood or metal framing or furring. It can be applied to masonry and concrete surfaces, either directly or to wood or metal furring strips. When applying board directly to masonry or concrete surfaces, smooth or fill in any irregularities to ensure proper attachment and an acceptable final finished surface. Furring properly attached to interior sides of exterior walls provides flat surfaces for standard fastener application as well and sufficient separation from substrates to overcome dampness in exterior walls. Do not allow gypsum board to directly contact surfaces, such as concrete or soil, with potentially high moisture contents. Most common in residential construction in Kenya is the gypsum wallboard system in which the joints between the panels and internal corners are reinforced with tape and covered with joint compound to create a surface suitable for final decoration. External corners are normally reinforced with either a metal or plastic corner bead which in turn is covered with joint compound. Exposed edges are covered with metal or plastic trim. The result is a smooth, unbroken surface ready for final decoration of paint, textures, wallpaper tile, paneling, or other materials