Suspended ceiling tiles don’t just look great. Whatever your room,
whatever the space, suspended ceiling tiles from Judge Ceilings will help you
save on your energy costs, improve acoustics, and help you keep your
environment safe and hygienic. In fact, whatever the space, there’s a Judge
suspended ceiling fit for the job.
For commercial and domestic properties, ceiling tiles are perfect
for transforming your interior. There’s a huge selection of ceiling tiles and
sizes available for complete customisation, ensuring clients throughout the UK
have a fantastic option when designing or changing your ceiling.
Judge Ceilings work closely with our clients across
every project to identify the exact design and measurements you need. You can
browse our range of ceiling tiles online and order today. For more information
on our ceiling tiles and how to select the right option for you, call us or
read on below.
What Size Ceiling Tiles Are Available?
At Judge Ceilings, we have two different size suspended ceiling
tile sizes available to our clients. Oursizes are:
When beginning a new project, we recommend taking your existing
ceiling tiles down and accurately measuring them, especially when you have an
older ceiling that has been unchanged for over 15 years.
If your existing ceiling tiles do not measure up to these sizes,
we are happy to create made-to-measure tiles to fit your interior. Regardless
of the current condition of your ceiling, or the new style and colour scheme
you would like, we make sure to meet your expectations.
If you need more advise on ceiling grids for your project and
interior, simply contact one of our expert team today.
What Are Ceiling Tiles Made Of?
Suspended ceiling tiles can be made from several different
materials. Whilst some materials are dependent on the style and design you want
to finish with, others are a choice of performance. Whilst metal, glass and wooden tiles are gaining
popularity, typically they are made with mineral fibre, rockwool, gypsum, perlite,
clay, cellulose or starch.
Ceiling tiles prior to 1981, would also often contain asbestos.
Whilst this should no longer be the case, if you have old ceiling tiles and are
concerned about asbestos, it can be a good option to add replacement ceiling
tiles with a material you’re happy with.
When selecting your ceiling tiles, it’s important to consider your
choices such as acoustic or humidity resistant, whether this is for your
bathroom or commercial property and the colours you would like. There are
several different options to choose from that are safe to use in the United
●Mineral Fibre Ceiling Tiles - These are
the most popular style throughout the UK, but are made up of an almost dusty
composition. They are ideal for commercial environments as they have a good
range of thickness, size, patterns and edging. Mineral fibre can be made from a
mix of several different materials including newsprint, clay, fibreglass,
starch, mineral wool and perlite.
●Soft Fibre Ceiling Tiles - These tiles are
more suitable for hotter environments and rooms where there could be
condensation. Therefore, these tiles are good for absorbing in rooms such as
showers, saunas, bathrooms, changing rooms and swimming pools. Although they
commonly have different edge details available, they usually have a plain white
finish. Soft fibre ceiling tiles will
often include a lower ratio of clay, but soundproof performance is lower.
●Plasterboard Ceiling Tiles - More commonly
used across retain environments, plasterboard tiles give off a lighter and
clean fish. They are durable and support spotlights without extra strengthening
but also need to be regularly maintained and cleaned, especially when being
used across commercial kitchens for food or chemical preparation.
●Metal Ceiling Tiles - Typically more expensive than other
choices of ceiling tiles, metal is becoming a more and more popular choice for
commercial ceilings. They offer fantastic versatility and a stylish look,
making them ideal for different types of properties, also being great for sound
absorption and easy to keep clean and hygienic. Metal mesh tiles are also
available, made using aluminium, mild steel and pre-galvanised coatings. This
can create a really modern and striking look for your property. Although they
may initially be more expensive, they offer fantastic value for money.
Judge Ceilings also offer the insulation of ceiling tiles and
ceiling grids. This ensures that heat efficiency in your building is improved
whilst heat loss is reduced. Additionally, this should help lower heating bills
and costs where typically heat would be lost through your ceiling. If you
decided to choose insulated ceiling tiles, this would typically be made from
stone wool or glass wool. These materials are soft, delivering good insulating
qualities and trapping pockets of air which prevents heat escaping easily.
These are also good for sound absorption so if you are looking for acoustic
tiles, insulation is a suitable option.
Each of the above ceiling tiles will have a different
manufacturing process due to which material you decide on. Mineral fibre
ceiling tiles are manufactured using a combination of the materials mentioned:
mineral wool; fibreglass; gypsum; perlite; clay; cellulose; starch. Some
ceiling tiles will use a higher ratio of clay for a harder consistency.
Other materials, such as metal and plasterboard, will be cut to
the shape and style that you want. Whilst most ceiling tiles typically come in
a 600mm x 600mm size, there are other sizes available and custom
made-to-measure tiles can be crafted.
Can You Buy Ceiling Tiles Individually?
Yes, you can buy ceiling tiles individually. Judge Ceilings make
it easy to order ceiling tiles online with the quantity that you need. You can
order online here and segment our tiles based on your
We have the option for both bulk buying and just to select the
quantity of 1 for the ceiling tile that you need. This means we are suitable
for both large commercial projects where you are completely redesigning or
installing the ceiling yourself across a new building, or you can use us simply
for spare replacement tiles to remove and dispose of broken or wearing tiles.
With several different styles, colours, brands and edges available, you are
able to find the right option for your interior.
Look up. If there’s a suspended ceiling above you it’ll probably
be filled with suspended ceiling tiles from Judge.
Our suspended ceiling tiles are above offices, hospitals, power stations, Armed
Forces bases and schools everywhere.
But whilst we’re proud to work with the public sector and larger
organisations, we’ll happily supply for smaller projects too. So if you're a
tradesman, order your board style ceiling tiles from Judge. And if you just
need a single pack of replacement ceiling tiles for your existing suspended
ceiling, we’ll supply that too.
When purchasing new ceiling tiles, we offer a wide range of
options and different ways to buy to meet your expectations. It is easy to
identify your preferences and find the best choice using our website or
speaking to our team.
Ceiling Tiles For Your Property
Depending on your property type, your preferences can be very
different. We offer 600mm x 600mm and 600mm x 1200mm for a range of different
You can explore each of the options by following the links above
and choosing the ceiling tiles best for you.
Ceiling Tile Designs
In terms of style and design, we want to not only deliver
cost-effective and durable ceiling tiles, but modern and stylish interiors to
our clients. With a mix of both standard and metal ceiling tiles, there is
great variation across our product range for you to choose from. Just among our
metal tiles we have:
Ceiling tiles also have several different patterned options, with
curved and shaped ceiling tiles which include graphic motif, wooden, and waved ceiling panels.
Furthermore, we also have a range of colours available. We can discuss your current
colour scheme or find the right option online and order today to maintain the
appearance and colour options you desire.
Ceiling Tile Brands
Our ceiling tiles are sources from several different brands. This
ensures if you already have an existing brand you use for your current ceiling
tiles, you should easily be able to buy bulk or one-off replacement tiles.
Alternatively, if you are looking to change the tile style you currently have,
you can browse all of our brands and find the ideal choice. Our brands include:
If you’re buying replacement tiles, make sure you choose tiles of
the same style as those in your existing ceiling. There are 2 types: Board style: A board style suspended ceiling tile is
a flat tile which, when inserted into the ceiling grid, sits flush with the
grid. Reveal style: The rebated edge of a reveal style
suspended ceiling tile means that, when laid in place, the tile face sits proud
of the grid.
Are Ceiling Tiles Safe?
Ye, all ceiling tiles manufactured, sources and available to order
online at Judge Ceilings are safe to use and fully safety checked and approved
before being made available to our customers. Using leading industry brands for
our ceiling tiles, you are assured of the highest quality for all products you
purchase online. Furthermore, we look to deliver all products quickly and
safely, arriving at the quality you expect.
Whilst some ceiling tiles prior to 1981 may contain asbestos due
to it only being bannedin 1999, we guarantee that no ceiling
tiles include any asbestos. This makes it safe for installation and if you are
concerned about asbestos in your property, it is essential to replace ceiling
tiles as soon as possible.
We offer additional fire
protectionfor our ceiling tiles but assure you that
all products have been fire safety tested in advance of arrival, safe for all
commercial property and domestic buildings in bathrooms and kitchens.
How Do You Clean Ceiling Tiles?
Ceiling tiles are very durable, with metal ceiling tiles perhaps
being the best option for durability. Despite this, they still need to be
cleaned and regularly maintained, especially in commercial buildings, for
hygiene and cleanliness.
For heavy duty cleaning, simply dampen a cloth or sponge in warm
water containing soap. Squeeze out the cloth and gently wipe the ceiling tiles
and panels, whether this is ceiling grids or suspended ceilings. After washing,
make sure you remove any damp soap on the ceiling tile with a different cloth
to reduce condensation and damp.
You can also use specialist cleaning equipment such as extended
mops and safe cleaning sprays.
How To Install Ceiling Tiles
If you are unsure of how to install or remove ceiling tiles, our
team can assist with the equipment that you need and what to order online from
Judge Ceilings to create a stylish and secure interior for commercial and
Prior to installation, always make sure the ceiling is clean
before adding your suspended ceiling tiles. We always recommend using qualified
professionals for installation to reduce any errors and maintain maximum safety
for your ceiling.
Yes ceiling tiles are recyclable. As they are manufactured with
many natural and recycled materials, you are able to recycle most ceiling
tiles. Check with your local council if you need to recycle in bulk or use full
licensed recycle brokers to safely dispose of this waste.
We Know Our Ceiling Tiles
Need help? Find advice on fitting a suspended ceiling grid, or you
can contact us and we'll make installing your suspended ceiling easier.
Replacement ceiling tiles, reveal style ceiling tiles, accessories
and fixings. Whatever you need, buy online with confidence. Buy with Judge.