Advantages of PVC Ceilings
PVC Ceiling panels are being widely used as a cladding material for the ceilings of residential and commercial buildings. PVC is a strong lightweight plastic material that is factory-manufactured into ceiling panels of various designs, colours, sizes, and lengths; each panel has a hollow core and a smooth, shiny surface. Since these panels are waterproof, they work as the best substitute to the conventional ceilings in moisture-laden areas like balconies, bathrooms, and the porch area. Here are a few advantages of PVC Ceilings.
PVC ceiling panels are strong and durable. They can last for years without warping or bending. Unlike the traditional ceiling boards, PVC ceiling panels are not brittle and are less likely to get damaged while handling.
They are an affordable alternative to the traditional ceiling boards.
PVC ceiling panel installation is easy, as the panels can be cut and trimmed without difficulty. Also, they do not create a dusty environment during installation.
PVC ceiling panels are one of the lightest materials that are used for the ceiling. They are very easy to transport, handle and install at site.
Easy to maintain
The best part about these panels is that they are easy to maintain and do not require any paint, varnish or special coating for routine maintenance. PVC ceiling panels just need a quick wipe with a damp cloth or household cleaners from time to time to keep them looking like new.
Resistant to dampness
These ceiling panels are waterproof and do not absorb water, hence they discourage dampness and do not support mould or mildew growth.
Note that POP and gypsum, on the other hand, have the tendency to absorb moisture, because of which they turn yellow or get ugly yellow stains. They are not recommended for damp areas.
Get our PVC Ceiling with wood grain design for R92 (incl vat) per length of 4m or a box 10 for R920 (incl vat)
PVC Matt White 300mm wide x 3.9m length for R100.05 (incl vat) per length of 3.9m or a box 10 for R1 000.50 (incl vat)
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