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Metal ceilings meet both the client and regulation requirements in terms of design flexibility, quality, functionality, aesthetics and low maintenance, says ANDREW JACKSON, marketing director of SAS International
WHEN specifying ceilings for a commercial environment, two key market requirements must be taken into account: unique design and high-quality aesthetic appearance. Another vital criterion is cost, which is on everyones mind in the prevailing economic climate. There is a temptation to specify ceiling materials based purely on the initial purchase price, however, when making long-term investments several other factors should be considered such as third-party green ratings, acoustic properties, flexibility of design and ease of maintenance. These are important considerations at the specification stage to meet both client and regulation requirements and can also contribute greatly to lifecycle costs an increasingly important issue to Middle East clients
This is where metal ceilings come into their own as they provide a high-quality, functional and …