Site designed to reflect offer of “the best products, value and service” at a click of a button.

Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has relaunched its website to better reflect its leading range of mineral fibre ceiling and suspension systems.

The site’s intuitive design makes finding inspiration, specification and installation resources faster and easier than ever before, and for those who like to browse on the go, it seamlessly adapts to mobile phones and tablets while maintaining a user-friendly experience.

The new website advises specifiers and installers on ceiling solutions that transform interiors by highlighting what’s new with the company in terms of products, professional development and services such as Armstrong’s newly-simplified ceiling recycling programme which continues to help contractors, and the environment, by diverting old tiles from landfill.

With clear precision, users are guided through Armstrong’s market-leading portfolio of mineral ceiling tiles, floating ceilings and suspension systems that have been built up over 150 years, including products with which Armstrong became the first European mineral ceiling tile manufacturer to achieve Cradle to Cradle™ status.

Visitors to the site can accurately match ceiling space requirements to a full system solution for their next project with ease by browsing products by segment and/or special application, for example anti-bacterial solutions for healthcare environments or systems for spaces with high humidity levels such as swimming pools and commercial kitchens.

Additionally, products can be searched by performance criteria such as acoustics, light reflectance, humidity and VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emissions, all of which contribute to building users’ well-being.

Users can access technical documentation and resources including data sheets, installation and warranty files, CAD drawings and BIM objects through the ‘Technical Library’ and get added inspiration from the latest images, videos and case studies in the ‘Project Gallery’ area.

The new website also makes it super-easy for users to order samples, contact a technical expert and stay up to date with all the latest developments by subscribing to a newsletter or opening a ‘My Armstrong’ account as well as staying connected on social*.

Users can easily find a member of Armstrong’s nationwide Omega network of specialist ceiling installers or even their nearest approved distributor branch through an improved online map search function which insightfully reveals their most local contacts.

Armstrong Ceiling Solutions is proud to be one of the true pioneers in the design and manufacture of world-class mineral ceiling and suspension systems and its new website is designed to reflect its mission statement “To offer customers the best products, the best value and the very best service possible,”

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A dynamic guide for flexible, acoustic canopies and baffles has been published by Armstrong.

Expert advice on the almost endless range of dramatic design and acoustic possibilities that can be achieved with canopies and baffles, including Optima Baffles Curves, the first curved mineral baffles in the industry, is contained within a new floating ceilings brochure from Armstrong.

Floating ceilings inspire great spaces by introducing new shapes and add depth, scale and rhythm to internal areas, creating a contemporary aesthetic for modern building designers in the transport, education, commercial and retail sectors.

But the 56-page A4 guide also explains that canopies and baffles can help create a more sustainable interior, contributing to improved indoor air quality and acoustics, and supporting high-mass, low-energy construction.

All this in a peerless variety of colours, effects including wood, and materials including mineral and metal, as well as shapes including square, rectangular, circular, concave, convex and curved. Floating ceilings are also ideal for the easy integration of building services such as lighting and cooling and heating elements.

Floating ceilings are capable of providing greater acoustic sound absorption than continuous ones because all their faces and edges are exposed, and because they are easily relocatable are as suitable for retrofit and refurbishment as they are for new-build.

In addition, specially-engineered surfaces reflect up to 87% of light to improve illumination, making spaces brighter and more comfortable and cutting energy bills. They are additionally sustainable in that they are manufactured from a high degree of recycled material and are also recyclable.

The brochure also explains how product variety is backed by service support including consultations with specifiers or main contractors, supply of BIM and production of CAD drawings bespoke to the project which are then used to engineer a production schedule and logistics plan, and on-site guidance and post-installation review if required.

Armstrong’s new floating ceilings brochure is available to download here and via the Armstrong Ceiling Systems App available from both the Apple store as well as the Google Play store.