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How to install a multilevel PVC ceiling - Ceiling (many people call it the ceiling of a house) is a kind of interior covering part of a building. This ceiling serves to cover the upper interior.

Why should the ceiling of the house be given a ceiling?

The goal is that there are no foreign objects that fall from between the tiles. In addition, the ceiling also serves to withstand extreme air from above. Like the heat in the dry season, and the cold in the rainy season. With the ceiling, so it can be a 'filter' room of the house from all the air.

In addition to the above functions, the ceiling also has other uses that are no less important. Namely serves for the aesthetic value of the room, especially in the upper interior. See the photo illustration below.


With a ceiling, all electrical installation networks, cables, and other objects (which usually have a house ceiling) will no longer be visible. Just imagine if your house is not fitted with a ceiling, it is guaranteed that it will look very messy on the roof of the house. ️

Therefore, it is highly recommended that every living house be installed with a ceiling, because it has many benefits for residents of the house.

Well, one type of ceiling that many people use is a PVC ceiling.

There are also several models of PVC Plavon. There are ordinary PVC ceiling models, and there are also people who make multilevel PVC ceiling models.

How to Install Multi-level PVC Ceiling

In installing it, some use the services of a ceiling installer, and some also install it themselves.

If you want to try installing a multilevel PVC ceiling yourself, let's see how to install a multilevel PVC ceiling below.


1. Installing the Underframe

The first way is to install the bottom frame. The terraced ceiling has two frames, namely the upper frame and the lower frame. First measure the ceiling height for the perimeter of the room, then mark it using a rope. After that, install the 2x4 hollow, and install it in the hollow around the room.

The next step is to measure the distance in all corners of the room.

Each angle is measured from left to right, with a distance of 40 cm. Attach the thread at every 40 cm distance, then attach a 4x4 hollow. Then measure each wall from left to right, with a distance of 60 cm. The next step is to attach the 60 cm hollow on the wall, to the hollow that has been threaded. Finally, hang the hollow ceiling frame, and you're done.

2. Installing the Upper Frame

You could say that this stage is the most difficult stage, in how to install a multilevel PVC ceiling. Measure each corner with a distance of 30 cm, and install a hollow at each distance. Then cut the hollow measuring 2x4 measuring 25 cm, as many as 8 pieces. Then attach the 25 cm hollow to the 30 cm hollow.

Then measure from the 25 cm hollow, from the bottom frame to the top frame about 20 cm. Next, install the hollow at each 20 cm mark. Expand the 2x4 hollow, to the size of 60 cm earlier then screw it using a drill. Install the hollow with a distance of 80 cm above the hollow 60 cm. Tighten or screw each part of the hollow meeting.

Illustration of terraced ceiling frame.

3. Close the Upper and Lower Frame Parts

To cover the upper frame, use a PVC ceiling. So install the PVC ceiling board by following the hollow frame that has been installed. Then cover the entire ceiling frame with PVC boards. If there is excess PVC board, it can be cut using a saw.

Then to cover the bottom frame, is also quite easy. Cut 4 pieces of PVC board, with a size of 40 cm. After that, attach the pieces, to cover the entire lower ceiling frame. Install the PVC board neatly, so that there are no holes.

4. Close the Inner Gap

To strengthen the ceiling, the inside should also not have a gap. First, cut 4 pieces of PVC board, with a size of 15 cm lengthwise. Then seal around the inner slit. To make it stronger, close it using screws and a drill. Make sure there are no gaps, and that all the inside is neatly covered.

5. Close the Edge of the Lower Frame

The next step is to close the edge of the bottom frame. First cut a PVC board with a size of 8 cm. After that attach the pieces of PVC board to the edge of the bottom frame. Cover all edges of the underframe with PVC board, leaving no gaps.

Once finished, the results will more or less look like the illustration photo below.

Illustration. Photo by : Isibangun.com

The author understands that all the explanations above may be confusing. Especially for those of you who have no basic at all in the world of builders. Therefore, if you really can't install it yourself, then it's better to use the services of a ceiling installer. While the contents of this article are considered as a treasure trove of additional knowledge. Agreed? ️

Hopefully it can be useful for all of you and see you again in the next interesting article.

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