If you are in the process of renovating your residential property or a commercial property, you may be considering your options when it comes to the ceilings. One particular type of solution that has become more and more popular over the last couple of decades is PVC ceiling cladding.

Perhaps you are completely new to the idea of using PVC cladding or paneling, or perhaps you have been on the fence about whether or not it is worth installing it. In the following post we aim to put some of your concerns to rest about this ingenious solution for providing insulation, protection against the build-up of moisture, mold and bacteria.

We will do this by highlighting many of the great benefits of using PVC ceiling cladding.

Great For Insulation

PVC ceiling cladding will help to insulate whatever room you install it in, both with regards to sound and heat. It will help to control the levels of sound and heat both on the inside of a specific room and the outside. They can also help to improve and enhance how effective your room heaters and air conditioning units operate.

The Require Virtually No Maintenance

Compared to other surfaces and materials, PVC ceiling cladding stands out when it comes to the subject of maintenance and keeping it clean. It is especially noteworthy that PVC as a material does not absorb water or other liquids, so mould does not have the chance to develop or spread and this helps to keep bacteria levels down incredibly low.

Any dirt or grime that builds up on PVC can be wiped away easily using water and a cloth. It is advised that you avoid using too much soap or detergent when cleaning PVC as it could taint it or cause it to deteriorate quicker.

Lots of Options

Nowadays PVC cladding panels are available in a wide range of different sizes, both lengths and thickness. They are also available in a huge array of different patterns and colours. So, no matter what your home or other property’s decor is like, you will be able to find a PVC ceiling cladding style and colour to match it perfectly.

They Are Incredibly Easy To Install

Compared to other types of wall and ceiling paneling, PVC cladding is incredibly quick and easy to install. As well as being very lightweight, at just 3.5 kg to 4 kg per sq. metre, most are fitted together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle using tongue and groove fixings.

Robust, Durable and Long Lasting

As noted further up the page, PVC cladding require little to no maintenance. They are also robust and very durable and do not suffer changes in their colour or start to fade in the same way other materials do. This means that they are also designed to last a far longer time than other materials.

Cost-Effective and Great Return On Investment

Following on nicely from the last point, it is noteworthy that PVC cladding is generally a more cost-effective solution compared to the other options open to you for your property’s ceilings. As they are designed to last a long time, require little to no maintenance and have great insulation and anti-mould properties, they are also incredibly cost-effective.

Even if having PVC cladding installed cost more than other, more inferior materials, it would still make more sense investing in them thanks to the return you are likely to get.

So, if you are still debating about whether PVC cladding on the internal ceilings of your property, regardless of whether it is a commercial or business property, your own home or a residential property you own, consider the points above. We feel that when you take the major benefits you can experience from having PVC cladding installed, into consideration, it is not really a tough decision to make.

Not only will PVC cladding mean you do not have as much or intensive cleaning or maintenance to carry out quite as regularly; but it will also benefit your building by helping to keep heat in and ensure that your air conditioning units run more efficiently.

A further benefit of PVC cladding is that it can now be bought online with relative ease. Companies like SaniClad have online stores you can purchase their products from, offering a wide range of lengths, thickness, patterns and colours as previously noted.

The decision to have PVC cladding installed is yours and only you can make it, but we feel that this is the sensible option if you want to save money in the long run and have a clean and hygienic property.

Contact Saniclad today to discuss your needs.