What is a Stretch Ceiling Technology?
Stretch Ceilings Technology was invented in Europe as an interior enhancement technology. The essence of the product is the use of a thin plastic film to envelope a firm frame (profile). The shape of such installation is defined by the hidden profile, while the beauty comes from the film, which can be of any color, finish, and transparency. This technology is an essential component of both, construction and decorative line of business, and is rapidly expanding in North America.
Stretched fabric ceiling installation simply involves affixing a light weight, highly durable film or a decorative fabric that is made from high quality materials, that are environmentally friendly, sound and energy efficient, non-allergenic, non-flammable, waterproof, durable, dust free, and easy to clean and maintain. Consequently, the material can be effortlessly mounted or relocated, without leaving any damage behind. It could be created in a variety of shapes including rectangular, oval, flat, curved, or 3D spatial and can be translucent or opaque. It can also be layered or incorporated with decorative lighting elements or prints. Often a printed image is applied to the material, decorative wall panel, or 3D structure. A backbit fabric can create the extraordinary impression of a starry night, Renaissance stained glass window, or sunny southern sky. A banner that uses this unique technology looks modern and high tech and will retain its fresh glossy look for years. Stretch ceilings can be used anywhere, from residential dwellings to large sports or entertainment venues and public malls. Suspended or mounted 3D framed structures and boxes are used by the world’s leading interior designers for lending a distinctive look to one of a kind buildings, exhibition halls, trade shows, and art venues. It inspires them to create an attractive and unique design concept to conceal existing pipes, service fixtures and exposed roofs.
Stretch fabric ceilings also provide energy-saving benefits by forming thin layer of thermal isolation over the structural elements of the house, thereby reducing heating and cooling needs. Such contemporary technology will also improve the air quality in a room by containing the emission of dust and bacteria that accumulates over the years from drywall, a feature that has placed them in high demand by medical facilities. Another benefit that comes with this material is that it could improve the acoustics of a room, office, concert hall, or even industrial facility.
SmART Ceilings had been introducing this technology, and manufacturing Stretch Ceilings, as well as technologically related products to improve interior design systems and to offer conceptually new finishing product for a variety of applications within existing and developing projects. Our distinction is the ability to manufacture finished product in-house and provide end-to-end turn-key living space enhancement for our customers. Our service is fast and exceptional, and we provide meticulous attention to detail, high quality materials, fine taste, and a skilled professional installation team. For us, the customer’s choices are paramount; we deliver contemporary, traditional, or vintage interior design vision strictly to your specifications.
SmART Ceilings can be used to improve and beautify any environment, large or small. Whether you wish to bedeck your home, create a top-notch professional look for the office, or inspire a special atmosphere within your environment, Stretch Ceiling is the solution. The exciting part of having a piece of this innovative technology at your home or in the workplace is that your friends, guests, or business partners will never forget being there. Our product can be used as an addition or substitute for drywall or drop tiles. For a new construction project, it eliminates the need for a tedious and labor-intensive drywall installation. It makes the process faster, and easier, cleaner, and the result is one you’ll be sure to love.