What are the Bach stretched ceilings?

They are contemporary building technology. The stretched ceiling consists of two components – profiles and light membrane (polyvinylchloride). They can be used as a ceiling as well as a decorative wall.


What are the advantages of stretched ceilings?


They can hold up to 100 l. of water on a square meter.

Colours do not fade with time.

These ceilings are fire-resistant and can withstand temperatures between  -40 to +50 degrees Celsius.

They can be made in forms of arcs and domes.

They come in a wide variety of colours and textures and allow printing over them.

Stretched ceilings are fire-resistant, non-toxic and hypoallergenic.

Stretched ceilings are noise-reducing, fire-resistant, non-toxic and damp-proof.

High quality material with huge variety of colours, including – matt, gloss, metallic, decorative, textile and mirror effect surfaces.

One of the main advantages is the quick and easy installation.

– They facilitate the hiding of electrical cables, water pipe network, alarm and other service cables.

– Stretched ceilings do not get damaged by chlorine, sea water, gas fumes such as ether and others.
– These type of ceilings remain continuously stretched. They retain their original form after added stretching or bending.


Where can the stretched ceilings be installed?


The stretched ceilings are suitable for use in residential buildings, swimming pool areas, leisure centres, office buildings, restaurants, medical facilities and others.


How long does the installation take?


The installation is quick – it can be completed in a day. In order to do this, all walls in the room have to be finished. The work only takes a few hours, depending on the area and the difficulty of the room (more corners, etc).


How to maintain?

The stretched ceilings can be maintained easily by simply being cleaned with a soft cloth and regular cleaning substances. They do not stain, do not mould or must. They are a contemporary product for facing of walls, ceilings and columns.