What is Stretch Ceiling made of?

Stretch ceilings might seem like something otherworldly, or even magical. It’s not, really! It’s just a great feat of engineering that makes these flawless ceilings possible. 


Most stretch ceilings are made out of PVC (except for fabric acoustic ceilings, but we will talk about those later!) which is stretched over aluminum tracks to create a smooth surface. Heat is used in this process to make the material more pliable and easier to stretch!



The material that we use isn’t any PVC, though! At Eco Ceiling we take safety very seriously, which is why our stretch ceilings are the only ones in the US to have CE (European correspondence) certifications. Our ceilings are not only eco-friendly and recyclable, but they are also completely inflammable. You can check out all our certifications over here!


But what about fabric stretch ceilings? 

You might have heard about “acoustic ceilings” before. Well, that’s exactly what people are referring to! Fabric stretch ceilings don’t need heat, but they are made to be elastic, so they can be stretched over the tracks. They have a matte finish and their main goal is to keep unwanted sounds out of your spaces and to minimize any existing echo. 



If stretch ceilings are something that you’re interested in, don’t hesitate to check out our website! We have tons of different options, and we can help you figure out which one is the best for your space. Just fill out our contact form!