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5 Things To Know About Ceiling Battens

Ceiling battens are used in many different types of projects, including residential and commercial spaces. They’re also known by other names, including patios, pergolas and other decorative features.

5 Things To Know About Ceiling Battens

Ceiling battens are used in many different types of projects, including residential and commercial spaces. They’re also known by other names, including patios, pergolas and other decorative features.

Why Do We Need Ceiling Battens?

Battens can be used as both a structural and architectural feature and are sometimes used to cover gaps between ceiling joists and rafters.  Aluminium Battens are available in various lengths and widths, so you can choose one that fits your space perfectly.

A click on timber batten is a system that provides all the benefits you have come to expect from our aluminium range including the following:

  • No holes through the battens
  • They sit perfectly flush against the wall
  • They are lightweight, compact and offer a good looking finish
  • Completely concealed screws
  • They don’t require an exterior wall treatment 
  • They are a solution that is perfect for residential or commercial applications.

Types of Ceiling Batten Materials

There are two main types of ceiling battens: Metal and wood. Metal battens are typically made out of aluminum or steel. They are easy to install because they require no drilling. Wood battens are usually made out of pine or fir. Timber battens are more expensive than metal ones, aren’t fire resistant and are heard to source in the lengths you need. They do tend to provide better insulation. 

Aluminium beams have the benefit of durability, lightweight, east to source and install plus they are fire resistant.

Benefits of Using Ceiling Battens

In addition to providing support for ceilings, ceiling battens also help insulate the room and keep heat inside. They can also add style and elegance to a space.

Benefits of Using Ceiling Battens

There are several different types of ceiling batten available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The type of batten you choose depends on the size of the room,  and whether you want to use them as decorative accents or functional supports. The Eurowood range of ceiling beams come in a variety of lengths timber and powder-coated finishes.

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