stretch ceilings

stretch ceilings from vorax

By: vorax  15/01/2015
Keywords: building construction, home building, building contractors

What is a stretch ceiling system? A Stretch Ceiling is a suspended ceiling system consisting of two basic components – a perimeter profile and a lightweight Polyvinyl chloride membrane which stretches and clips into the track. In addition to ceilings, the system may also be used to create wall applications, ceiling and wall murals, suspended 3-D panels, or freestanding features. They can be given virtually any shape. Stretch Ceiling Systems allow the incorporation of all types of light fixtures, grilles, sprinklers,etc by the use of proprietary background support.

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