This guide is a materials breakdown per square meter of ceiling works. All you have to do is to multiply the factors below with your computed total area (in square meter). All in straight-to-the-point calculations for both metal-framed ceiling and timber-framed ceiling constructions.
This is just theoretical for the sake of simple calculation. Wall angle may vary on actual. No shadow lines or decorative gaps were assumed.
All items is computed with enough wastage factor so this ceiling construction breakdown should come handy for ordinary people.
Metal – Framed Ceiling Breakdown per SQ.M.
|4′ x 8′ Ficem Board / Gypsum / Ordinary Plywood||pc||0.37|
|Metal Furring – 3m Length (of preferred size)||pc||1.14|
|Carrying Channel – 3m Length (of preferred size)||pc||0.37|
|Wall Angle – 3m Length||pc||0.24|
Timber – Framed Ceiling Breakdown per SQ.M.
|4′ x 8′ Ficem Board / Marine Plywood / Ordinary Plywood||pc||0.37|
|2″ x 2″ Lumber – 8′ Length||pc||1.2|
Other similar construction data that may be beneficial to you are listed below.
These are shared here for the non-technical people to do their own material computation without the need to ask or hire engineers or quantity surveyors. Still, if in doubt, it is recommended to hire one.
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