How are ceiling panels fastened to the ceiling/finished at the edges?
Our ceiling panels are best fastened to the ceiling with screws. As they come as tongue-and-groove panels, it's possible to screw them in place without any of the screw heads being visible. For full instructions how to achieve this, see below.
I have a bathroom ceiling where the plasterboard keeps splitting at the edges and would like to replace with plastic cladding. How is the cladding attached to the ceiling and what do you do at the edges to finish off? Thanks, Peter
Written By Dan
Hi Peter, thanks for your query. The cladding would be attached using screws. Because all our ceiling panels are tongue-and-groove panels, you can fix the screws through the groove sections. Then, when you slot the next panel into place, the tongue of this panel will cover over the head of the screw, so it won't be visible, leaving you with a completely flush ceiling with no fixing visible. You can use either an edge trim or ceiling coving to finish the edges.