Ceiling tiles are an important part of the décor of an office. If the ceiling looks as if it is in disrepair, clients will not want to continue coming to your office. There are different types of ceiling tiles, and one of those styles is sure to be the best for your office. Hire a professional to hang your new ceiling tiles, or buy some that are easy to install for the do-it-yourselfer.
Faux tin tiles are more decorative than other tiles. They will dress up any office space. Tin tiles come in several colors such as tin, bronze and paintable varieties of tiles. Faux tin tiles also come in many different designs that would be perfect for an office space. Tin tiles work especially well in old buildings that have been restored. Use faux tin tiles as back splashes in the kitchens and bathrooms to coordinate all of your office space.
Acoustic panels are good for noisy offices. Acoustic panels do not absorb all of the noise, but some tiles absorb up to 80 percent. Most tiles absorb 50 to 60 percent of the noise. Do some research to decide how much noise reduction you want in the office and then choose the tiles accordingly. Acoustic tiles come in all style and colors. You can purchase tiles that imitate corduroy, slate, stucco or pebbles. Tiles are available that interlock with each other, creating a seamless looking ceiling.
Styrofoam ceiling tiles are lightweight and can be painted to whatever color you want. Styrofoam tiles also offer more insulation than other types of ceiling tiles, which saves money on heating and cooling costs. Styrofoam ceiling tiles are also less expensive than traditional tiles. These decorative tiles are readily available anywhere other ceiling tiles are sold. These are great for the company that wants to save money by installing the new ceiling tiles himself. When installing the ceiling tiles yourself, make any necessary repairs to the existing ceiling. Glue the tiles to the ceiling using the glue that the manufacturer recommends.
Cork ceiling tiles come in waxed and unwaxed varieties. Cork tiles are eco-friendly for the office looking for “green” alternatives. These tiles are easy to install. You can easily clean cork ceiling tiles using a vacuum or a damp rag. Cork ceiling tiles are also good insulators.