Shopfitters London offers the following options:
– Slatted ceiling;
– Cassette ceilings;
– Plasterboard ceilings;
– Armstrong ceilings;
– Glass & Mirror ceilings.
Our Shopfitters install all types of suspended ceilings. The choice is up to you. In all cases, Shopfitters London guarantees accuracy and attention to detail.
Installation of different types of ceilings
False ceilings are classified according to the type of construction and materials used during installation. Each type has its own characteristics and distinctive features. Often, professional builders recommend after inspection a particular solution in the field of suspended ceilings.
1. Installation of Slatted ceilings.
2. Installation of plasterboard suspended ceilings.
3. Installation of Armstrong ceilings.
4. Installation of “Grilyato” ceilings.
5. Installation of cassette ceilings.
6. Installation of glass and mirror ceilings.
7. Installation of stained-glass ceilings.
Installation of plasterboard ceilings.
Suspended ceilings are very popular because they provide a number of benefits, such as
– saving time on levelling the surface
– the installation of suspended ceilings can include LED lamps, which will give the room additional comfort.
The plasterboard ceiling has an aesthetic appearance and a long service life, while the installation does not take much time. Special tools are used for plasterboard installation.
Plasterboards can be fixed by Shopfitters London specialists for you. We offer a wide range of services:
– decorative wall cladding;
– installation of partitions, ceilings;
– creation of arches, storage spaces, etc.
Shopfitters London provides a high speed of work while maintaining high quality.
Benefits of plasterboard ceilings.
Plasterboard ceilings have a number of advantages:
– easy to hide any surface imperfections without dismantling the old coating and levelling;
– can be combined with all types of lighting;
– allow you to hide wires and pipes;
– create additional noise insulation in the room;
– quick and easy installation due to the lightweight of the sheets.
The price and installation speed directly depend on the complexity of the design. The more levels and complexity the ceiling has, the more time-consuming the process of construction will be.
The Quality of Lighting is key in retail and supermarket sales. Shopfitters London understands that one of the main tasks of trading is to present the value of the product so that the buyer wants to buy it. Lighting retail premises is an important component of successful sales. Marketers around the world use the concept of lighting to fulfil a variety of tasks.
Comfortable light creates a favourable atmosphere on the trading floor and increases the attractiveness of the product due to the correct colour exposition, which in turn stimulates sales. A proper selection of lighting helps to present goods, increases the efficiency of sellers, improves their well-being and mood, which is an important factor for successful sales.
Types and selection of store lighting.
The choice of lighting is determined individually depending on the specifics of the retail space and the tasks set out.
There are three main types of lighting systems
Ambient or background lighting
The perimeter or circular system
What to consider when choosing effective lighting?
Lamps for commercial lighting should be selected according to two main indicators of quality – efficiency and profitability.
The first concept includes:
– the quality of the light flow, which is determined by the correct colour rendition (the ability to more naturally convey the colour of objects) and colour temperature.
Profitability is not only low energy consumption but also the minimum cost of maintenance, appliance replacement, and recycling.
These criteria can be met by LED lighting in retail premises, which saves up to 70% of energy costs.
Special consideration for commercial lighting design:
When planning lighting arrangements, you need to avoid templates and take into account the individual characteristics of the room.
It is necessary to select the optimal level of illumination so that there is not too much or too little light. It should make customers feel comfortable. At illumination less than 500 Lux, human vision feels uncomfortable. Therefore, it is unlikely that visitors will want to return to the store again. Extremely bright light also has negative effects.
You can achieve the optimal level of lighting in different ways, for example, using ambient light or a combination of two. In this case, the current lighting standards for a certain type of room must be taken into account.
For jewellery stores, cosmetics, and clothing, the light indicator is fundamentally important, because, after daylight purchase, the product should have the same colour as in the store.
It is important to choose the right colour temperature (cold or warm light). Cold light (6000 K) is better for jewellery lighting, but warm light is best for food. For the right selection of colour temperature, experts in the field of energy consumption and marketing have developed special tables for each type of store.
|Supermarkets & Groceries
||Warm (fruits and vegetables, meat products)
Cool (bread, cupboard products, dairy products, alcoholic beverages).
|Jewellery & Accessories
||Warm for gold; cool for silver and diamonds.
||Cool colour temperature
||Warm colour temperature
|Health & Beauty products
||Cool colour temperature
|Stationery & Office supplies
||Cool colour temperature
Well-designed lighting in the trade area in-store should draw the attention of buyers and light up goods. Specialists at Shopfitters London adhere to the lighting hierarchy and installation standards so the lighting works for your retail as efficiently as possible.