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When installing wood ceilings you must choose whether you want to install acoustic ceilings, removable ceilings, design ceilings, accessible ceilings, conventional fixed ceilings...

Wood ceilings are, next to wooden walls, one of the most widely used elements in the construction and decoration of buildings to get warm, human settings. Wood is beautiful, fits both traditional decors and modern projects, and offers thousands of shapes and finishes.

We can choose design ceilings, with a bolder look, and also acoustic ceilings, made with sound-absorbent wood panels, ideal for acoustic conditioning rooms whenever you want to control reverberation and offer perfect acoustics. Both options are common in hotels, auditoriums, theatres and other cultural and service buildings where acoustics and aesthetics go hand in hand.

However, in simpler projects, the most common alternative is to install fixed wood ceilings, or opt for removable ceilings or accessible ceilings. Removable ceilings are those which can be removed although it can only be done by removing wood panels starting from the sides up to the point where you need to work. Accessible ceilings, however, allow you to work on a given location, removing or replacing individual panels without having to move adjoining panels. exactly on a point and can replace a panel in concrete, without moving the neighbouring panels. Accessible ceilings are ideal for false ceilings housing vents, smoke detectors, downlights, etc.

What is clear is that with the installation of wood ceilings you can achieve in your project the aesthetic result you want in addition to having all the options available so that your wood ceilings are as versatile as you need.


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