Protect your home with water resistant ceiling
As the rains beckon, you may want to save yourself from worrying about that leaking roof and the destruction it would cause your interiors. In that case, water resistance ceiling is your best bet. Aside protecting your home from drops of rain, it equally keeps moisture and humidity at bay.
Water resistant ceilings will not only keep your mind at rest when you’re away from your home while it rains, it would also help you enjoy your sleep when it rains at night; no need to run helter-skelter to shield the drops.
Of course, it is absurd to keep your leaking roof unrepaired on the basis of interior water resistance ceilings, but considering how you may not even know about a leaking roof until the it starts to pour heavily, protecting your space from being ruined by the rains with water resistance ceilings would be a smart move.
Types of Water Resistant Ceiling boards
Gypsum Ceilings – Aside being water resistant with waterproof water paper cover, the board is resistant to mold, fire and moisture, which is good for the health. The waterproof gypsum board has high quality panel that protects against harmful mold and microscopic fungi, alongside fire protection features.
Gypsum ceilings have water-repellent core, reinforced with fibers, and adds strength and resistance against fires. It is covered on both sides with 100 percent recycled paper, treated with biocide to prevent microorganisms, and protects both sides of the board.
Another peculiarity of gypsum ceiling board is its soundproofing property as it absorbs sound from inside the space. Its superior soundproofing properties is ideal for private conversations, music or entertainment rooms where loud sounds must be properly contained.
PVC Ceilings – They are often used as a cladding material in the ceilings of residential and commercial buildings. Although lightweight, PVC ceiling is strong and since it is factory manufactured, the finish is seamless and can be built in various designs, colours, sizes and lengths.
It is more durable than POP, as well as the regular ceilings, and makes the room cooler. They can last for years without wrapping or bending; they are not brittle and are less likely to get damaged while handling. PVC ceilings are sturdy with humidity resistant; they are also anti-fungal, resistant to corrosion, not requiring painting, easy to clean, termite proof, and waterproof.
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