Installation of stretch ceilings or decorative wall panels is a straightforward procedure, but if you have any questions feel free to ask Guru.
A stretch ceiling is a suspended ceiling system consisting of two basic components – a perimeter track and lightweight fabric membrane which stretches and clips into the track. In addition to ceilings the system can be used for wall coverings, light diffusers, floating panels, exhibitions and creative shapes.
Electrical wiring has to be installed prior to stretch ceiling installation.
Other than that, no preparation is required. It is possible that some pieces of furniture might have to be moved slightly to gain an easy access to ceilings but no pieces of furniture have to be removed completely, since access is only required around the perimeter of the room.
Guru stretch ceiling membrane has to be unpacked carefully. Lacquered stretch ceilings are protected with polyethylene wrapping foam from dust and accidental damage.
Openings for lamp, smoke detector and other object installation are cut out of the stretch ceilings and then reinforcing rings are inserted.
One of the many advantages a modern stretch ceiling offers is simple and easy maintenance. The stretched membrane of the ceiling system is perfectly flat and smooth to the point of being reflective. In addition, it’s resistant to mold and mildew, which makes stretch ceilings an excellent choice for bathrooms and, with complex framing, for indoor pools.
For perfect stretch ceiling flatness horizontal lines are made using self-leveling lasers and then profiles are attached either to the wall or ceiling around the perimeter.