Looking to improve your commercial space’s overall comfortability, productivity, and acoustics without sacrificing ambiance or decor? Cloud ceiling installations from Marshall Cruz Construction are key to achieving the perfect balance.
Our cloud ceiling and canopy ceiling installations offer a range of advantages, including enhanced acoustics, speech intelligibility, improved aesthetics, and energy efficiency. We take on new construction and retrofits to help you achieve your acoustic goals and get the perfect complementary design every time.
Cloud ceilings are a primary acoustical installation for commercial workspaces. They help to reduce overall noise levels and improve the sound quality of the space. These features make it more comfortable for visiting customers or clients to interact and are shown to improve the productivity of employees, especially in open office spaces.
The suspended panels or baffles are offered in a wide variety of shapes, designs, colors, and materials, all to complement your business’s aesthetic and design palette. These are then installed at various heights to create the appealing “cloud” effect that makes them so notable.
At Marshall Cruz Construction, you can select from:
Our canopy ceiling installers are more than happy to consult and help design the perfect canopy or cloud ceiling installation for your space. With so many available options, you can find the perfect acoustic performance and aesthetic appeal, all within your budget.
An easy breakdown from our canopy ceiling installers to help you feel confident and widdle down your decisions include these key features to consider –>
Marshall Cruz Construction is proud to provide both canopy ceiling installers and cloud ceiling installers in Maryland. Both have pros and cons that make them preferable to different spaces, budgets, aesthetics, and more.
Ready to improve your commercial space with enhanced acoustics and a new design? Marshall Cruz Construction is excited to work with you and execute your vision for your commercial space.
Contact our canopy ceiling installers today for a quote for a Maryland ceiling cloud installation. We are proud to offer our services throughout the DMV. Talk to us about your budget, preferred design, and aim for your new installation. We’ll propose our best recommendations and nail down a schedule.
Cloud ceilings can be made from a variety of materials, including acoustic foam, metal, fabric, or a combination of these materials. Canopy ceilings are most frequently metal.
Cloud ceilings work by absorbing sound waves, reducing noise levels, and improving speech intelligibility in large or open spaces. They absorb both the front and back of the panels for the best acoustic experience.
Installation of cloud ceilings typically requires professional installation, as they involve suspending panels or baffles from the ceiling and may require electrical or lighting elements.
Installation of canopy ceilings typically requires professional installation, as they involve installing a metal frame and stretching material over the frame.
Yes, cloud ceilings can be customized to fit specific design requirements, including color, shape, and size. Send your specifics to our experts for a personalized consult and quote.
Maintenance requirements for cloud ceilings will depend on the materials used and the specific installation. Generally, dust and debris can be easily removed with a soft brush or vacuum and are therefore relatively easy to clean.
The installation timeline for a cloud ceiling will depend on the size of the space and the specific requirements of the installation. In general, installation can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks. Marshall Cruz will always provide an estimated time based on material availability, crew scheduling, and any other considerations.
A canopy ceiling is a type of acoustical installation that is designed to improve sound quality and reduce noise levels in commercial spaces. It typically consists of a flat, acoustically transparent material that is stretched across a metal frame and installed close to the ceiling. Cloud ceilings are much lower, set at staggered heights, and are composed of various shapes instead of a seamless installation.