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Aesthetics and acoustics finally reach the ceiling.


A Stretch Ceiling is a suspended ceiling system comprised of two basic components – a perimeter track and a lightweight fabric membrane that stretches and clips into the track. Additionally, this system can be used for wall coverings, light diffusers, floating panels, exhibitions, and creative shapes. Stretch Ceilings incorporate all types of light fixtures, grilles and fixing points by using a proprietary background support. Nearly all types of apertures can be incorporated. Stretch Ceiling technology allows you to change the image of your room in just one day by leaving no debris or dust. All defects of your original ceiling will be hidden under a perfect flat surface that by far becomes the best solution for a dream ceiling in your home. Stretch Ceilings can extend to any aspect of life such as home, office, commercial and private pools, bar and restaurant, exhibitions, retail & leisure, operating rooms and many more.

Stretch Ceiling fabric material is a 0.2mm thick PVC based fully recyclable stretch membrane which comes in a wide variety of color palettes and is divided into 3 basic types: Matt, Satin, and High Gloss. The sheet material is pre-finished, waterproof, was able and will provide a vapour barrier ensuring no corrosive vapours pass through the ceiling into the void and steelwork above. With this in mind the Stretch Ceiling system is ideally suited to the pool environment as well. The material is also maintenance free, hygienic, non-toxic and is fire rated to Class ‘A’. Each panel incorporates an ultrasonically welded ‘Harpoon Edge’ which clips into the track.

Track & Install
Generally, our aluminum profiles are the preferred choice for most architects and designers as they allow you to easily shape bends, corners, circles and many other shapes. Installation is carried out directly by our trained operators and large ceiling areas can be quickly covered with minimal waste on site.

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