PVC Ceiling Panels Prices in Kenya.

What Are PVC Ceiling Panels Prices in Kenya?

The cost of PVC ceiling panels in Kenya varies depending on various factors such as the size, design, and quality of the panels. Generally, as of 2022, the price range for PVC ceilings at GCS in Kenya is between KES 2,700 and KES 4,800 per bundle.

Lower-quality and simple designs are cheaper than those with intricate patterns and higher-quality materials. Installation costs may also contribute to the total price, depending on whether you opt for professional installation or do it yourself.

Buying directly from manufacturers or wholesalers may help to lower the costs. It is important to do research and compare prices from different sellers to get the best value for your money when looking to purchase PVC ceiling panels in Kenya.

Customers can choose between the light gauge and heavy gauge versions, and one bundle covers an area of 11 square meters. PVC ceiling is a popular option for those seeking a low-budget ceiling system.

PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride, which is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic polymer of plastic, with an annual production of about 70 million tons worldwide. PVC comes in two basic forms: rigid and flexible.

The rigid form is commonly used in construction for pipes and in profile applications such as doors and windows.

There are two types of PVC ceilings available in Kenya as of 2022: the light gauge and the heavy gauge. The heavy gauge PVC ceiling is stronger and more durable than the light gauge panels.

Based on customer feedback, the light gauge version tends to fall off easily due to roof heat or wind, so we highly recommend using the heavy gauge panels.

The advantages of PVC ceiling panels include their affordability, lightweight, moisture and mildew resistance, water resistance, ease of installation, maintenance-free nature, and availability in multiple color shades.

PVC ceilings are very affordable, with the light gauge panels costing up to KES 500 per square metre for supply and fix, while the heavy gauge panels cost up to KES 600 per square metre, including supply and fix.

The panels are also lightweight and do not add bulk to your roof. Due to their high moisture resistance capabilities, these panels can be installed anywhere, including bathrooms, exterior eaves, and areas with high moisture content. They are also water-resistant, making them ideal for use in case of roof leakages.

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