About Senbar Refurbishment Services
Partition systems are a cost effective method of turning one room into many, and have a re-locatable benefit that building a wall does not have. Different styles available using a wide range of materials and are customer tailored to each specific client’s needs.
A variety of different styles and formats all depending upon the design and look the clients require or to improve upon a rooms appearance.
Why use suspended ceiling?
EASY ACCESS TO HOME SYSTEMS
The clutter of ducts, plumbing, wiring, TV and networking cables, and other mechanical systems can be easily hidden by a suspended ceiling, yet remain accessible for repairs. Suspended ceilings in a home theater solve the problem of where to nest multiple cables and power cords.
Suspended ceilings offer superior acoustic properties (better than drywall ceilings) to absorb sound, so surrounding rooms are quieter.
MOISTURE AND SAG RESISTANCE
Suspended ceilings are resistant to mold, mildew, bacteria, and sagging. They can even be used in areas where high humidity is present, such as the bathroom.
Armstrong ceiling panels and tiles are fire-retardant and meet industry standards for flame-spread ratings.
The insulating effect of suspended ceiling panels may help lower home heating or cooling bills. In addition, the highly reflective surface of white panels creates a brighter space, optimizing light reflection and reducing the need for additional lighting.
Repairs and replacement windows available in a variety of styles and sizes all fitted to an outstanding finish. Different ranges available to meet the energy standard rating for each client’s needs.
Our staff has extensive experience and training of brick laying and brickwork repairs this is available for Industrial/Commercial and Domestic properties. Staff have been trained to be able to exactly replicate the original tone and colour of the original bricks, as well as the texture and patina associated with older bricks.
We are often called upon to repair old bricks, varying from the common London stock brick to handmade and wire cut varieties from across the country.