These days, ceiling tiles are available in an infinite variety of textures and designs. Although most ceiling tiles are made from mineral fiber, other materials like fiberglass are also available. Mineral fiber tiles are known to have a higher Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC). Tiles with high NRC are good at absorbing sound within a space, lowering or preventing echo or loud environments. Other tiles are known to have a high Ceiling Attenuation Class (CAC), which means they prevent sound from passing through the ceiling to another space. However, acoustic ceiling tiles are not generally to provide privacy between spaces.
In addition to tile material, there are a wide variety of design features available. Tiles may appear rough or smooth and may also have designs or other patterns imprinted or scored into them.
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