Bulk Head Jaco Hartbeespoort
Bulkhead Dadas Motors
Bulk Head Dadas Motors
Bulkhead Ettiene and Petri
Bulk Head Ceiling
LPMBP Construction provides specialized installers, using lasers level technologies and inhouse developed techniques to provide you with a precision outcome when doing your bulkheads and light troughs installation.
We also provide guidance, where required, withthe design and layout to ensure it flows perfectly into the desired area, but also keep in mind the type of lighting which the customer wishes to install e.g. down lights, LED strip lights, pendulum lights ext. in/on the bulkheads and light troughs
When we do the installation we take great care and work with precision to provide you, our valued customer, with excellent workmanship. These modern add-ons are used to create professional finishes to different levels between horizontal ceiling planes and is a perfect asset to use in any room today to get the perfect aesthetic outcome.
When using LPMBP we can supply you with various designs, sizes, patterns and styles, which means a ceiling can become an instant fixture-a true work of art…. Now-a-days a it can be used in any building type, from large office blocks to residential homes, to enhance the interior aesthetic feel and to add a designer touch to your premises.
Bulkheads and light troughs installations have an upmarket look and is used to create an ambiance of luxury and to define specific areas.
It needs to be noted that accuracy when constructing these structures are of utmost importance. If the structure is poorly constructed the end product will be of poor visual quality.
After the bulkheads and light troughs structure is completed 9.5mm Gypsum board cladding is used and corners trimmed with corner beads. Care needs to be taken that this done properly as a corner bead fitted a slight bit out of position will have a disastrous effect on the final aesthetic look.
After all of the above is completed two coats of Rhinolite is applied and skimmed to a smooth flawless finish to the bulkheads and light troughs.
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