ceiling panels


The moist and humid conditions found in bathrooms can cause real problems with traditional coverings such as paint or timber cladding. But bathroom panels are totally unaffected which means NO MAINTENANCE FOR YOU

Unlike wooden cladding they will not warp, they do not absorb moisture, they do not peel or blister and will remain in pristine condition for years. They are also totally waterproof.

bathroom ceiling panels


white panels for ceiling


The ceiling in a bathroom has been a perennial problem for house owners for many years. Mould is the big enemy and many of the traditional ceiling coverings are very susceptible  to tits unattractive appearance. Extractor fans can be used to limit the amount of moisture in the air which will go some way to alleviating the problem but the make up of most materials used for this purpose are slightly porous or rely on coatings that simply struggle to keep their finish in the long term.

Panels have been used in the past but tended to be made from timber - usually in the form of wooden timber cladding. The only other panels were those found in suspended ceilings which are not really practical in domestic situations and also can succumb to the same problems as all of the other materials.

The advent of PVC ceiling panels was a real game changer as here was a product that not only looked good but was totally impervious to steam, condensation and even shower water.

Easy To Install

When it comes to fitting, these panels are about as easy as it gets. There are several different different methods that can be employed or even a combination of methods depending on the situation - see our installation page for more info.

They will go up over a wide variety of existing surfaces so preparation should be kept to an absolute minimum for you. Many people use them in conjunction with recessed lighting* to provide a sleek and modern ceiling that will look amazing.


No More Mould

The biggest drawback of old fashioned ceiling coverings is that they can attract mould. All mould needs to survive are permanent moist conditions. Extractor fans will help the situation but slightly porous surfaces such as paint or wallpaper will always retain a bit of moisture which allows mould to take root.