Acoustical ceilings, alternatively referred to as drop or lay-in ceilings, are constructed by inserting specialized tiles composed of mineral fiber , foam, or fiberglass into a suspended framework. These ceilings can also be affixed directly to the current ceiling surface, eliminating the need for a suspended grid system.
Acoustical ceiling workers specialize in installing new tiles in building ceilings. Their work includes developing design plans, verifying accurate tile sizes, applying sealants to ensure secure placement and precise measurements, attention to detail, and ensuring the overall aesthetic appeal of the finished ceiling. They are also responsible for adding decorative elements to the ceiling after tile installation.