A PVC ceiling refers to a type of ceiling system made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material. PVC ceilings are popular for their versatility, affordability, and ease of installation. They are widely used in both residential and commercial buildings as a practical and decorative ceiling solution.
PVC ceilings are typically composed of lightweight PVC panels that are installed onto a framework or directly attached to the existing ceiling surface. The panels are available in various sizes, patterns, and finishes to suit different design preferences. They can be smooth, textured, or embossed, providing options to create different visual effects.
PVC ceilings are commonly used in residential homes, commercial spaces, retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and other interior environments. They offer a clean and finished appearance, provide insulation and sound absorption properties, and can help hide imperfections on the existing ceiling surface.