How environmentally friendly ceilings?

Some people are afraid to install suspended ceilings, because they are made of “chemistry.” But let me ask you, and laminate on the floor, plastic windows in the walls, vinyl wallpaper on the walls? You can continue indefinitely: drinks in plastic bottles, bread in a plastic bag, plastic packaging products, mobile phone in a plastic case, pressed against the face – how to deal with this all? All the ceilings of the well-known manufacturers have a health certificate. Ceilings are made of PVC for more than 30 years in Europe. And who is more than watching their health, no matter how Europeans.

In fairness, it should be noted that after heating the ceiling of the film and its installation, the room will be really persistent smell of vinyl, but it will disappear after 3-5 days and will not appear again. PVC film refers to flammable materials. In case of fire melts the film, but chlorine does not stand out and it is a fire certificate. When ordering, be sure to ask the ceiling to show you the relevant certificates. By setting ceilings on producers who do not have these documents, you really run the risk of their health.

How many construction dirt when installing suspended ceilings?

It is believed that stretching ceilings occurs without dust and dirt. This is not quite true. Construction work without dust and dirt do not happen at all. Each fillet is attached to the wall with screws in nylon dowels in increments of 10cm to 20cm (depending on the structure of the substrate). So, for each plug is drilled. Accordingly, the dust from the drilling will be. Our company provides its workers with a suction punches. However, the main attention is paid to the work of the installers and do not clean the room. So, for all culture production, the dirt after they still will.

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