If you want to give a neat and sophisticated look to your space, consider a suspended ceiling installation. But don’t trust just anyone for the job. At Carsie Solutions, we offer the most hassle-free and efficient installation of suspended ceilings that will instantly amp up the interiors. We have years of experience in serving a variety of clients across GTA. With our free quote and consultation, we make sure that we add value to our work and our relationship with our customers. We have a highly skilled staff who understand your needs and offer services that suit your style and budget. What Is a Suspended Ceiling? A suspended ceiling is known by many names, false ceiling, T-bar ceiling and drop ceiling for instance. The purpose of this ceiling is to serve as the second ceiling. It is usually built on metal tracks that are an essential component of its framework. They are suspended from the original ceiling using wires. There are many types of suspending ceilings and many considerations to make while finalising the thickness, distance and variety of ceiling to be used. A lot goes into installing the right ceiling, the right way. Since ceiling tiles sit on a grid system, it is important to ensure that they are fitted properly. While suspended ceilings are resistant to excess force, an ill-fitted ceiling can lead to the whole structure falling down. But don’t worry, with a staff who is experienced and skilled, Carsie Solutions provides the right recommendation and the right ceiling along with installing it the right way. With us, you will get the complete guide to suspended ceilings for your home, office or retail space. How Much Clearance Do You Need for A Suspended Ceiling? The clearance between your new ceiling and false ceiling depends on the kind of construction you have and the kind of ceiling you choose. Knowing the clearance value is important because it helps access the work that will go into the project. The general recommendation is to keep the clearance at a minimum of 6 inches but depending on your project it can go up to 13 to 15 inches. Our team of experts will appropriately access your requirement and recommend the right clearance value. What Is the Point of A Drop Ceiling? Before going for a suspended or drop ceiling installation, you should know the benefits of having such a ceiling. Here are a few: Increased Soundproofing: Adding another ceiling offers better soundproofing which is one of the main reasons why it is preferred for lower floors like the basement.Effective Heating: These ceilings also make the heating more effective as they decrease the surface area that needs to be heated and help retain maximum heat.Aesthetic Value: They are customizable which means that can give a unique look to the interiors of your house.Neat Finish: They can help coverup the vents and the wiring on your base ceiling. They can also cover up cracks. Call Us Today and Get Unmatched Service!