Stretch ceilings are relatively new to the interior design sphere, which is why many people might not be aware of how they work. Let us tell you a little bit more about how they work and why they’re safe.
Can stretch ceilings break?
Stretch ceilings are safely secured and stretched over your ceiling, which means that they won’t ever fall off. They are also incredibly resistant (just think about the fact that they resist being heated up when they are installed) and you can rest assured that your stretch ceiling will never crack. Unlike an ordinary drop-ceiling, popcorn ceiling, or regular drywall ceiling, a stretch ceiling won’t get crumbly or discolored with time.
Can stretch ceilings cover popcorn ceilings?
Stretch ceilings are also a safer way to get rid of popcorn ceilings! If your house has popcorn ceilings, you’re probably aware that removing them is extremely dangerous. Back in the mid-1900s, popcorn ceilings were made with asbestos —a highly cancerous material. This means that these outdated ceilings can only be removed by professionals.
Stretch ceilings are an easier way to fix this! Instead of risking your health, you can just cover them. You can even add an interesting glossy effect!
Are stretch ceilings flammable?
Our stretch ceilings are not flammable! They are the safest in the market and we are the only installers in the US that have CE (European Certified) Stretch Ceilings. Unfortunately, many ceiling companies don’t care about their clients and use cheaper, uncertified, and less reliable ceilings. We hope to set an example for other installers.
How can you fix stretch ceilings?
If there’s an accident and your ceiling gets damaged, don’t worry! Just give us a call and we’ll come to fix it for you. To avoid any incidents, please avoid washing your ceiling! It’s not necessary and it might get damaged.
Are you thinking about getting a stretch ceiling? We’d be delighted to help you decide which finish works best for your home. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our contact form!