Complete Systems for Commercial Construction
UP Ceilings designs and manufacturers metal ceiling systems for commercial construction - competing with most of the nation's well-known commercial manufacturers by specializing in customization of existing products to fit the project demands.
Not constricted by old equipment, bureaucratic red tape, or a cost-cutting standardization, UP Ceilings is much more nimble and flexible when finding intuitive solutions that the project requires.
Each project is assigned a dedicated project manager who maintains all aspects of engineering, manufacturing, approvals, and delivery for each metal ceiling system under the UP Ceilings brand.
Fast Lead Times
Unique challenges and custom ceilings often require innovation and problem solving which can extend lead times. We have a broad network of vendors to achieve fast lead times as the schedule demands.
Custom projects often demand the innovation of new suspension methods, finishes, or unique processes to achieve the desired intent. UP Ceilings works with the design team to develop a manufacturable and commercially viable system that's efficient to install and within budget. We work with some of the countries largest anodizers, brake formers, and perforators, to engineer and deliver metal ceiling systems to spec, budget, and lead time.
Metal Ceiling Products
As a custom manufacturer, we have a wide variety of metal products available for commercial architecture and construction. Often, a combination of products and suspension are used in the final solution. Contact us to determine the best path forward for your project.
Torsion-Spring, Concealed Suspension
Curved Ceiling Panels
Flat, Butt-Jointed Panels
Baffles / Beams
Z-Clip Wall Panels
Custom Graphic Perforations
Expanded Metal Mesh
Exterior Panel Systems
Metal Trims (e.g. Axiom Trim)
Hook-On Wall Panel System
Torsion-Spring Ceiling System
Benefits of Metal Ceiling and Wall Panels:
Metal panels are stronger and less prone to cracks and breaks than traditional ceiling materials while still offering easy access to the ceiling void. Items in the ceiling void often need regular maintenance and occasional repair. Being able to access this area without fear of breaking ceiling tiles by opening them is a big advantage of metal. Metal ceilings are also moisture resistant which mitigates staining and crumbling from leaks.
Thinking of metal as a sound insulator and muffler may seem counter-intuitive. But metal ceilings are available that help absorb or redirect sound, preventing a room from becoming an echo chamber. Acoustic tiles with fleece or mineral wool inlays absorb sound and provide clarity to speech that may not be found in traditional materials. Ceilings with heavy inlays also attenuate sound from adjoining areas. Project requirements are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, depending on the purpose of the building, its physical shape, and the type of construction required. Being equipped with perforations and acoustic inlays, UP Ceilings' Systems are the perfect solution for acoustic improvement .
Metal ceilings are available in a wide variety of styles, textures, and finishes. Metal can be coated with any color you like and can be made to resemble anything from antique tin roof squares to a soft smooth finish in your signature colors. One way to use this type of material is to cover an ugly plaster ceiling. If you don’t wish to paint, metal comes in many attractive colors and finishes of its own: steel, brass, copper, aluminum, and chrome all differ in sheen and tint. They can be bare metal, powder coated, brushed, or polished. Metal ceiling materials also come in different shapes to provide a different aesthetic. A different look can be created by designing the underlying supports in curving structures or by creating differing heights. Metal ceilings are every bit as cost effective and flexible of design as metal used in exterior buildings finishes. Why lose all the advantages of metal by putting in a ceiling that requires more maintenance, is less fire resistant, and more costly to repair?
Buildings are increasing in both size and complexity, and so fire protection is of utmost importance today. Due to the high damage potential of fire, to life and health, as well as to valuable property, taking the right precautions is vital to ensuring your space is protected. Preventative fire protection has long been a priority of Up Ceilings and Walls and our metal products with their Class A fire resistance grade work towards that goal.
Corrosion protection refers to measures to avoid damages on metallic components caused by corrosion. Depending on the requirement and the application area, UP Ceilings can be suitable solutions with proven corrosion protection classes, ensuring optimum protection.
Impact Resistance/Wind Loads/Seismic Safety:
All metal products are designed and tested to ensure they can take whatever is thrown at them. Our systems are built to withstand large impacts, strong winds, and earthquakes.
Metal can be indefinitely recycled and reused making it an incredibly green building material.
Finishes and Surfaces
Alloy of iron and carbon that is more resistant to rust, staining, and corrosion than regular steel. Ready for anything that can be thrown at it with a modern silver finish.
Three times lighter than iron, almost as strong as steel, and incredibly easy to form into complex shapes.
The anodizing process makes this material unable to chip, flake, or peel and become completely impervious to weathering processes.
Produced through the process of Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD), which improves the performance of stainless steel by increasing wear, scratch, and corrosion resistance.
Given a unique texture or graphic of your choosing, printing on metal allows you to bring creative solutions and visuals to a metal ceiling or wall.
A thin layer of wood is applied across the metal panels. This gives the aesthetic of wood with the strength of metal.
Greatly resistant to corrosion while offering a unique color finish.
Zinc is an environmentally-friendly material due to its incredible longevity, as it ages the surface of the material renews and heals itself, meaning it also requires no maintenance.
Alloy composed of copper and tin that is harder and more resistant to corrosion than iron.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Used for an office ceiling space, bronze brite dipped aluminum. Torsion spring.
Good product, engineered per drawings. Submittal process took 2 weeks, lead time was about 6.
Purchased custom perforated metal wall panels. Looks great after install