Bathroom Cladding | Kitchen Cladding

If you have ever tried to paint a textured bathroom ceiling then you know what a tediously boring home renovation task feels like. Your bathroom suffers from constant high humidity levels and therefore needs regular attention, especially its walls and ceiling. If neglected for a long time, the ceiling’s paint will bloat or peel off and that’s one thing you definitely don’t want. This is why you need PVC ceiling cladding, which is easy to install and doesn’t require any maintenance work at all. The cladding looks great on your ceiling at all times whether in the bathroom or elsewhere.

So What Exactly is PVC Ceiling Cladding and What Makes It So Unique?

PVC ceiling lading is not a new phenomenon in construction. It was created in the 1970s as a decorative style of giving interior walls a fine glossy finish. The unique properties of PVC panels made this form of cladding more popular than other types of cladding at the time. For instance, PVC panels come with hollow cores which make them lightweight. PVC panels also have a smooth surface which makes them ideal for decorative purposes and can be designed with a seamlessly fitting tongue and groove system for easy installation.

You can use these PVC panels to cover up any form of imperfection on your ceiling. They also require less maintenance than painted ceilings. Our ceiling cladding is quite affordable and doesn’t compromise the quality of your home. The cladding is also available in a wide range of colours, styles, and finishes to suit your home’s decor.

Maintenance-Free PVC Ceiling Cladding Panels

We have high-quality interior PVC ceiling cladding panels that give you a maintenance-free solution to the traditional plastered ceilings. We stock both standard white and white gloss PVC ceiling panels featuring silver inset strips that add a touch of class to an otherwise plain ceiling. The panels come in varying lengths, ranging from 2.7 meters to 4 and 5 meters long profiles that are made to reduce the number of joints in large rooms. Our PVC ceiling cladding panels are Class 1 Fire Rated. You can use them with downlights safely. We recommend you use LED lighting when you have this type of cladding installed.

Ceiling Cladding Installation

Ceiling cladding is easy and quick to install. There’s no complication involved. The panels can be fitted over any existing ceiling including plaster, a combination of plaster and Lath, and Artex. If you already have a more fragile type of ceiling such as polystyrene tiles, we recommend that you remove it before installing PVC ceiling cladding. Alternatively, you can use mechanical fixings such as long screws, long staples, and nails to fix the cladding on the existing ceiling.

PVC ceiling cladding is the perfect choice for new buildings because it can easily be installed directly to the plasterboards. You don’t need plaster when installing on a new building, which saves you money, time, and effort. If you have an uneven ceiling, you can install cladding on battens

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