Armstrong Ultima Ceiling Tiles: The Ideal Solution for Your Commercial Space
Armstrong Ultima ceiling tiles are the ideal choice for commercial spaces where performance and aesthetics are critical. With their smooth texture, excellent acoustical absorption, and high light reflectance, Ultima tiles create a comfortable and productive environment for everyone.
Ultima ceiling tiles are available in a variety of Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) ratings, making them ideal for a wide range of applications. Whether you’re looking to reduce noise in an open plan office or create a quiet space for private conversations, Ultima tiles have you covered.
Ultima ceiling tiles are made from high-quality materials that are designed to withstand the rigors of commercial use. They are impact-resistant, scratch-resistant, and soil-resistant, making them easy to maintain and keep looking their best for years to come.
Ultima ceiling tiles are made with sustainable materials and processes. They are LEED v4 compliant and contribute to credits in the Material and Resources and Indoor Environmental Quality categories.
- Superior acoustics for a comfortable and productive environment
- Durable and easy to maintain
- Sustainable and LEED v4 compliant
Ultima ceiling tiles are ideal for a wide range of commercial applications, including:
- Open plan offices
- Conference rooms
- Healthcare facilities
- Retail stores
- Hospitality spaces
Armstrong: The Proven Leader in Acoustic Ceilings
Armstrong Ultima ceiling tiles offer the perfect combination of performance, aesthetics, and sustainability for your commercial space. With their wide range of options to choose from, you can create a customized ceiling that meets your specific needs.
FBM: The Leading Distributor of Armstrong Ceiling Tiles and Grid Systems
If you are looking for a durable, stylish, affordable and acoustically absorbent ceiling panel, Armstrong Ultima is the perfect choice for you. Contact FBM today to learn more about Ultima ceiling panels and to find the right product for your needs.