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Ceilings:

 

 

 

Standard Ceilings:

 

 

 

Standard Ceilings

These are 6mm ceiling boards nailed or screwed into brandering, joined with a steel H-Strip joiner strip. Do not plaster 6mm ceiling board. The board is not manufactured to allow the for the extra layer of plaster required on the joints or to carry the weight of the plaster across the complete ceiling board.

 

 

Flush Plastered Ceilings:

 

 

 

Flush Plastered Ceilings

Flushed Plastered ceilings are ideal for a class finish to a residents. We do not compromise on quality of the board, and insist on installing a 9mm board, as the 6mm board is not manufactured to carry the weight of the plaster and tends to sag over time.

Status ceilings is well renowned for both the standard steel strip ceiling and our flush plastered ceiling. Should you get a better quote, speak to our representative to see if we can better the price!

 

 

Suspended Ceilings:

 

 

 

Suspended Ceilings

Grid system is suspended/hung from a concrete slab, and used in offices due to the ease of access into the roof (to run various cables, and adaptable for change).

We offer a wide range of tiles, dependant on your unique requirements, from acoustic; insulated; dexterity etc. Feel free to discuss your requirements with our representative.

 

 

Isoboard Ceilings:

 

 

 

Isoboard Ceilings

Isoboard is made by polymerising styrene, which is produced by combining benzene and ethylene. The polystyrene thus produced is one of the thermoplastic materials sometimes called linear polymers.

These are materials that soften on the application of heat and harden as they cool.

 

 

Knotty Pine Ceilings:

 

 

 

Knotty Pine Ceilings

Made popular in the ‘70’s, and seem to be coming back into fashion, the wooden finish adds to a natural feel to our African roots.

 

 

Knotty Pine Ceiling Installations

Knotty Pine ceiling installed between laminated beams.

 

 

 

 

Bulkheads:

 

 

 

"L" Shaped Bulkheads:

 

 

 

L Shaped Bulkheads

A box is created against the wall , dropping down from the original ceiling height. Can be used for down lights to highlight art on a wall, or to tie in two rooms with differing ceiling heights.

 

 

"U" Shaped Bulkheads:

 

 

 

U Shaped Bulkheads

Creating a feature in the middle of the room or dividing two areas, a “U” shaped bulkhead would be installed. Often used to mirror a central work unit in a kitchen, or bar area. Ideal for the drawing attention to a unique light / chandelier.

 

 

Double Step Bulkheads:

 

 

 

Double Shaped Bulkheads

This bulkhead is built with two levels or steps. This design has the tendency for giving a room the feeling of height. It works well in areas where there are structural lintels that need to be hidden with an elegant solutions.

 

 

Light Trough Bulkheads:

 

 

 

Light Trough Bulkheads

A light trough is a gap created above the standard ceiling height in order to produce an superior effect on the area. Used to section or highlight areas in an open plan room, alternatively used to add a dramatic impression. Placing lights in the light trough on a different circuit to the main lighting will create a romantic, calming atmosphere.

 

 

Barrels and Vaults:

 

 

 

Barrels and Vaults

Extruding barrels are generally used to disguise or conceal air conditioning ducting or unsightly structural protrusions.

With a barrel or vault ceiling there must be sufficient space between the roof void to house the “indentation”, alternatively the ceiling height will need to be dropped.

 

 

Domes:

 

 

 

Domes

As with most European architecture, especially that of Italy, the ceiling dome creates the feeling of grandeur. The modern twist of a very classic ceiling is to place a light trough around the base of the dome. This allows the light to warm the curves in the dome and emphasis the rooms elegance.

 

 

   
Decorative:  
   
Cornice:  
   
Thin Cornice Thick Cornice W = 110MM
H  = 110MM
F  = 156MM
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Cornice We are proud to represent 3 of the largest cornice importers/manufactures in South Africa. As both supplier and installer we can match most existing cornice, or can offer a cornice that will complement your space.

                 
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Rose:  
   
Rose Design Ceiling roses are thought to be "old fashioned" however there have been some fantastic modern releases on an old idea. They are also idea to add that little bit more detail to your down lights, or finish of a central bulkhead.
   
Dado Rails:  
   
Dado Design

Dado rails are either placed 3/4 of the way up the wall also known as a picture rail or at half way point. The picture rail dado is ideal for wanting to create a special paint effect carried through to the ceiling, "enlarging" the surface area and giving the room a feeling of space.

   
Ceiling Tiles:  
   
Ceiling Tiles Ceiling Tiles are light weight polystyrene that are glued to the existing ceiling giving it a pattern and modern twist to what we remember as “pressed ceilings”.
   
Ceiling tiles bottom and top  
   
 

 

Partitioning:

 

 

 

Drywalling:

 

 

 

Curved Wall with wallpaper applied, and central
circular bulkhead with light trough. 
Dry walling gives a smooth finish, and is completed
 in half the time of traditional brick and mortar. 
   
Niche wall created with FireStop Rhinoboard, the
large square at the bottom right, was measured to fit a gas fireplace. 
Curved Niche wall, with Riven Walling, (Tile) applied
directly to the Rhinoboard, giving the area a stylish finish. 
 

 

 

 

Insulation:

 

 

 

Isotherm  Cavity Bat 
 

 

 
     
 

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