Materials of
Stretch Ceilings

A stretch ceiling is a thin PVC film which unfolds and forms a perfectly smooth ceiling surface. Modern PVC films are completely eco-friendly and meet all safety standards. Despite the great of stretch ceilings, their finishes can be divided into three categories:

  • Matte stretch
  • Gloss stretch ceiling
  • Practical lighting solution

What is the difference between these finishes? The gloss is a film coated with special protective lacquer. Due to this coating, the glossy ceilings have a high reflecting surface, and mirror like effects. This feature gives a nice bonus: the rooms with gloss ceilings seem to be lighter and larger. The film without varnish is used for the matte ceilings. They create an effect of a perfectly smooth painted surface.

This kind of a ceiling suits a classic interior well and it will not attract additional attention. Satin stretch ceiling combines the best features of gloss and matte ceilings; they visually look like the "satin" fabric stretched under the ceiling.

The easiest way to decide on the type of the finishes is to see them in real life during the measurement process. Our specialist will come to your place with some samples and demonstrate you how the certain material looks like in a real life.

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Type of ceilings

Despite their novelty, stretch ceilings are widely used for all around 30 years. Modern production and installation technologies allow us to achieve unique technical solutions. The stretch ceilings are versatile material, and they easily allow you to experiment with the form and structure of the ceiling. Thereby the individual design solutions have become accessible and easy to make.

Today the market actively uses such technologies as:

The important feature of the stretch ceilings is that you can easily combine and unite technologies within one single object. Due to that fact the possibility of ceiling space arrangement repeatedly expands. You can easily find examples of different technologies combination on our website and on the Internet. And if you need any advice our experts will consult you on the phone or during the measurement procedure!