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STRETCH CEILINGS


“THE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED SO THAT SECTIONS CAN BE EASILY REMOVED TO ALLOW TRADES TO HAVE ACCESS TO THE PIPE WORK OR ROOF SPACE ABOVE THE CEILING TOO”


Ceilings can be made to appear anything from rustic or traditional to futuristic, and as such, open up new horizons which the customer will love.


CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF INNOVATION AND EXCELLENCE Stretch Ceilings Limited are now proud to offer the latest in fibre optic lighting solutions to provide the ultimate in mood and starry sky effects.


Solid experience and product awareness in Stretch Ceiling Lighting allows the company to have a unique insight in to what is best suited to be installed through the Stretch Ceiling material, with no effect on the ceiling life expectancy.


The new system has many great characteristics; there is a long life, compact, light source LED powered unit far superior to the quickly becoming obsolete hot halide or tungsten halogen lamps prone to premature failure.


There is no fan or colour wheel motor noise and the system requires only one single unit power supply with low running cost. Combinations of fibre optics produce ‘near and far’ star effects, including the option of a twinkle effect. There are three cycle speeds with seven colours; white, red, orange, jade, green, cyan and blue or set on any colour desired. The PMMA Megalon sheathed fibre optics with bespoke harness prevents light spill and there are various fibre lengths available. With the introduction of their LED edge lighting, the company can allow the client the opportunity to enhance the ambience of their pool environment.


When looking to create the perfect ambience in a pool environment, LED edge lighting could be the answer. A subtle light effect in a varied range of colours around the perimeter of the pool ceiling could brighten


an area, set a mood or simply add a colour to the design. A wonderful addition to the stretch ceiling installation.


Stretch Ceilings are active and responsible members of the Swimming Pool and Allied Trades Association, (SPATA) the pool


Creative Ceilings offer a range of ceilings using over 100 colours and ten textures


trade watchdog implementing standards of the highest quality.


A COMPLETE PACKAGE – DESIGN & MANUFACTURE It’s a ‘one stop shop’ with Britannia Stretch Ceilings as they are able to design and manufacture a wide selection of stretch ceilings without the need to involve third parties. Available for both commercial and domestic installations, the ceilings provide an effective solution for condensation without the need to repaint or redecorate, so there are no cracks or flaking paint for your customer to deal with. Should a change of colour scheme be required in part or as a whole then the membrane is simply removed and replaced with the new choice and with a ten year guarantee, peace of mind is provided along with minimal disruption and fuss. A perfect combination.


These wonderful ceiling systems are not only high quality, practical and safe but a surprisingly economical solution for a wide range of applications including new or replacement ceilings which can simply enhance and complement the room’s existing surroundings or dramatically alter a whole room’s appearance and practical properties. It’s also perfect for hiding unsightly pipe work, ducting or cables that can often be found in commercial premises.


LET’S GET CREATIVE!


Creative Ceilings offer a range of ceilings and walls to provide beautifully designed finishes,


using over 100 colours and ten textures whether for traditional ceilings, personalised printed ceilings or wall finishes with their 15 year guarantee you can’t go wrong. Today’s stretch ceilings consist of a suspended ceiling system that uses a lightweight PVC membrane and a perimeter track. The membrane is stretched and neatly clipped into the track. In addition to its use as a ceiling, this system can be used as a wall covering to create light diffusers, floating panels and creative shapes. Its versatility allows the incorporation of light fixtures, grilles and fixing points by using a proprietary background support. The track, whether aluminium or PVC, enables curves, vaults and many other shapes to be created with ease.


SOME ADVANTAGES AT A GLANCE


• Water resistant so perfectly suited to a swimming pool environment


• The membrane is unaffected by the chemicals often used within the pool area


• The non-porous properties of the membrane protects any metalwork or pipe work sited above


• Easy to clean – low maintenance with no repainting or the risk of flaking or cracking


• The system can also be used as a wall covering thus allowing the ceiling’s theme to continue


• Should a style change be required the system is easily removed and a different picture, colour or style installed in its place


• Lights can be installed to perfect the overall result – star imitation or subtle lighting effect


• Long guarantee period which offers customers (and you!) peace of mind


• A stretch ceiling system can be used to mask imperfections or defects such as stains, cracks, seams or uneven surfaces as well as hide cabling, pipe work or ducting whilst allowing easy access for trades


Britannia installed 900 fibre optic lights in the stretch ceiling at this pool in Scotland


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• Excellent acoustic and thermal advantages • A clean and sanitary environment is provided due to minimising falling dust particles. The list goes on…


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