Every major town and the nearest source for suspended ceiling tiles listed below
SCOTLAND, ENGLAND, WALES, IRELAND
Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton & Hove, Bristol
Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chester, Chichester, Coventry
Derby, Derry, Dundee, Durham
Edinburgh, Ely, Exeter
Kingston upon Hull
London, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lincoln, Lisburn, Liverpool
Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Norwich, Nottingham
Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston
Salford, Salisbury, Sheffield, Southampton
St Albans, St David’s, Stirling, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Swansea
Wakefield, Wells, Winchester, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York
You stuck on the type of ceiling tile you need?
When times are hard and your office or shop is looking a bit shabby the perfect way to improve the appearance cheaply is to replace or renew your suspended ceiling. You may choose to employ a contractor but more and more people are looking to find ceiling tile supplies themselves and then either employ labour directly or fit them in on their own.
So what exactly is the process of finding a ceiling supplier. There are a number of companies around where to buy ceiling from depending where in the country you are. The main location for a lot of the suspended ceiling London suppliers will reside in and around the m25 purely because of the sheer volume of business that is done in this region.
So what is the process needed for to work out ceiling tile supplies. 1. Firstly work out the area required for the suspended ceiling. Ceiling tiles generally come in a standard 600 x 600 module or a standard 1200 x 600 module. 2. Next what size of grid is required? Measure the face of the grid is it 24mm wide or 15mm wide. Answering these 2 questions will be the first thing your ceiling supplier will ask you. 3. Next question will be the face pattern required. Look at the face maybe take a picture or you may even have to send a sample in as there are around 30 different types if you want to buy ceiling tiles. 4. What is there area you are trying to fit. If you are replacing tiles its easy count them up! If this is a new installation then your ceiling tile suppliers may even come and measure the area for you and give you installation advice