Your choice of material could depend on the budget available and the aesthetics of the building. Here are the commonly chosen materials:
HAVER & BOECKER Metal Suspended Ceiling
Mineral wool and mineral fiber suspended ceilings are a popular choice due to their low cost and good fire and acoustic performance. While traditionally not the best looking, manufacturers have improved the aesthetics of these tiles over the years. Now, there are a number of styles and finishes available.
Metal suspended ceilings are impact-resistant and are not prone to cracking like mineral fibers or plasterboard, which is an advantage if the ceiling panels or tiles are regularly removed for maintenance. They are often coated in finishes making them stain-resistant and easy to clean.
Wooden suspended ceilings can come in panels but are often used in the form of louvers or horizontal slats. Their visual appeal can make them a great choice for a more natural-looking design scheme.
Plaster suspended ceilings come in both tiles for standard ceiling grids or plasterboard panels, which can then be joined and coated for a seamless finish. This is particularly popular for residential properties.
Plastic suspended ceilings are available in tiles, slats, panels and stretch ceilings. Some types are even waterproof and antibacterial, making them a good choice for humid environments such as pools, bathrooms, kitchens or environments that require high hygiene standards such as medical facilities.