Metal Stud Partitions by GT Interiors in Belfast and all over Northern Ireland
Metal stud partitions can be used in all types of buildings to divide space or create defined areas in residential, recreational and industrial settings. Lightweight and quick to install, metal stud partitions can provide significant savings over masonry alternatives as they take less manpower, fewer resources and little to construct. They are easy to integrate into both existing interiors and new designs, making them ideal for any application.
There’s no end to the places you can use GT interiors Metal Stud Partitions. Our Metal Stud Partitions are installed in shops, offices, hotels, cinemas, churches, clubs, pubs, schools, hospitals, factories, warehouses and more right across Belfast and Northern Ireland
Metal stud partitions are extremely versatile, with different stud options available for specific performance requirements. Fire resistant, noise and heat insulated, moisture resistant and impact resistant where required, they are widely used in healthcare and education settings, for hygienic areas such as kitchens and in heavy-duty areas such as school corridors.
Whatever you’re building or setting, GT interiors metal stud partitioning can specify and install a bespoke partitioning system for your needs. We are an approved contractor for all the leading manufacturers and the skill and experience of our installation team is second to none.
MF/ Plasterboard Ceilings in Belfast and all over Northern Ireland
Offering great versatility, MF/ Plasterboard ceiling systems are an ideal solution for both domestic and commercial applications when a suspended ceiling is required.
Why choose a metal furring ceiling system?
Whether it’s a new build development or a refurbishment project, MF ceilings are the perfect choice when a structurally sound, adaptable ceiling system is needed.
The suspended ceiling can be designed to drop from a height to suit most developments whilst also incorporating the services and insulation if the build has a requirement for them.
Depending on the specific needs of the project, MF/ Plasterboard ceilings can be made resistant to sound, fire and moisture if the correct type of plasterboard is fixed once the installation of the metal frame ceiling has been completed.
Access panels can also be installed to provide access to the aforementioned services.
• Lightweight – easy to carry and install
• Versatility – fire and acoustic performance specifications can be met
• Easy to create bulk heads and change levels
• Suspension from concrete and timber floors or steel purlins
• Simple accommodation of access panels
• Quick and easy to use