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PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) ceiling in Nigeria

Gypsum ceiling

PVC ceiling price.

PVC ceiling price changes with time. Depending on so many external factors such as design, quality, marketplace (online or physical), time of buying it, size, and some other factors, the price of PVC varies. In the Nigerian market, PVC ceiling costs between N5,000 – N25,000 per bundle.

PVC manufacturers in Nigeria.

PVC manufacturer is a company or group of companies that produce finished goods from raw materials by using various tools, equipment, and processes, and then sells the goods to consumers. Examples include;

  1. Danman Plastic and Packing Industries Ltd (Lagos).
  2. TIGRE® PVC pipe industry (Lagos)
  3. Karishma C.K. Manufacturing Limited (Lagos).
  4. NIGPIPES (Kano).
  5. Global Horn Industries Limited Nigeria PVC Ceiling (Benin city).
  6. Sacvin Nigeria Ltd, Challawa Unit.
  7. Amoula Ventures Ltd (Lagos).
  8. Lombardy Plastics Nigeria Limited (Ota).

Online Marketplace for PVC ceiling

PVC ceiling Jiji

Jiji is an online marketplace for people to buy and sell to exchange goods and services. It offers premium services for those who won’t sell and earn more. Jiji deals with all kinds of products necessary for satisfying human wants. Purchase your PVC from jiji today.

Jumia PVC ceiling

Jumia is Nigeria’s best online shopping mall. They deal with the sales of goods and services needed to satisfy human needs. Jumia allows a company to sell their products on their website and this also includes PVC products such as wallpapers, ceilings, etc. Get your affordable PVC ceilings on jumia. 

 Types of ceiling in Nigeria.

  1. PVC ceiling

PVC’s full meaning is Polyvinyl Chloride. PVC is a strong plastic material that is factory-manufactured into ceiling panels of various designs, colors, sizes, and lengths; each panel has a hollow core and a smooth, shiny surface. PVC ceiling is easy to handle and transport since it’s lightweight. It is resistant to corrosion, does not require paint, easy to clean, termite-proof, and waterproof. PVC is one of the best used and most sought ceiling in Nigeria and it is not expensive.

PVC ceiling 2

  1. POP ceiling

POP ceiling (Plaster of Paris) which is also known as false ceiling is a suspended ceiling that is installed under an existing ceiling level and this is done by mixing the powder with water and applying it to a chicken mesh to enable it to stay afloat. The POP ceiling comes with various designs which are top-notch and it’s one of the best in Nigeria. It can be easily molded into different shapes and it is used for decorative patterns and cornices. The POP ceiling is mostly installed in the personal house because of the high maintenance level the owners will give it. POP is quite expensive but it has other advantages that make it preferable. It has low thermal conductivity, does not shrink while setting, a good fire-resistant, has good adhesion on fibrous materials, mix up easily with water, and easy to spread and level. The POP is rated so much; it has a magnificent design and makes the house looks like a royal home.

POP ceiling

  1. Gypsum ceiling

Gypsum ceiling is almost similar to the POP ceiling, just that it has a much finer design and a smoother surface. Gypsum board is factory manufactured and this makes the quality and consistency of the finished product to be easily maintained. Gypsum ceiling is susceptible to water damage and this makes it difficult for the ceiling to be used in some places of the house such as the bathroom or dank basements  The gypsum ceiling is mostly found in a self-built house and not rented house because of the fear of lack of proper maintenance. 

Gypsum ceiling

  1. Ceiling tile 

Ceiling tiles are common and they are not expensive. They are relatively easy to fix and they come in various designs and standardized materials. They are similar to gypsum. Ceiling tiles are rust-free, easy to maintain, and are durable,e and easy to move around. 

Samples of PVC ceiling

PVC ceiling 1

PVC ceiling 2

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John Aina Ajibola has a Masters degree as an engineer and has over 3 years of teaching and research experience. He is happiest when on a bike and is also interested in electric energy and computer Science.

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