False ceilings are also known as POP ceilings, however they aren't formed of POP (Plaster of Paris). False ceilings are suspended ceilings that are installed beneath your RCC roof and are constructed of aluminum framing and gypsum board. False ceilings are used to give your space a designer look and feel, as well as to save money on your heating and electricity bills if you use air conditioning.
Gypsum boards, sheets, or ceiling tiles are used to create a gypsum false ceiling. Ceiling tiles are smaller than gypsum boards. Gypsum false ceilings are durable, adaptable, and cost-effective. It is a sterile calcium sulphate that is light-weight and simple to install.