When you are ready to re-do the ceiling of your motorhome, there are certain factors which you have to take into consideration. First and foremost, it is important to look for ceiling panels which are not only waterproof but are also easy to clean and maintain. Such panels will be ideal for living areas, kitchens, and wet rooms such as toilets and bathrooms.
You should also consider the motorhome room where you are installing the ceiling panels. Chances are that the designs you use in the bathroom will not be the same design you want in other spaces of your motorhome, even if the difference may not be so obvious to the casual observer. If you want to have an office look in the living room then you can opt for Styrofoam ceiling panels or go for Tin ceiling panels if you want a more relaxing look.
Ceiling panels do come in different colors and materials. It is important to take into consideration the available materials and make a decision based on its suitability in terms of durability, fire resistance and ease of maintenance. If you want your motorhome to have a more masculine look but you don’t have money to buy real leather then you are better off with a faux –leather ceiling panels which are just as good.
It is also important to take into consideration the installation method you want to deploy when installing the ceiling panels. There are several methods available and it is highly recommended that you adopt the installation method in the original installation when you purchased the motorhome. Some of the most common installation methods include Drop in installation, glue up installation and Nail up installation. Take note of the recommended method of the ceiling panel you have chosen and ensure it is compatible with your motorhome roof. Make sure you get the correct glue or the correct nail size if it is a nail up which is quite rare for motorhomes though. Glue up installation is the most common. Here are some of the most popular motorhome ceiling panels in the market:
Product Details: this is 4 by 8 sheet of vinyl paneling. It has a custom molded and well decorated wrap profiles which utilize both holt melt and water based adhesives. The embossing process implemented does utilize colored paper or scrim packing’s. The substrates used include MDF, particle board, plastic and hardwood lumber.
2) Product Name: Lacquered Tin Ceiling Design 309 2” by 2 “
Product Details: the twelve inch repeat is quite ideal for both small and medium sized ceilings. They can also be used as a form of filler around field panels or center pieces. This is an authentic press metal ceiling that’s been embossed from original tin ceiling castings.
3) Product Name: The Virginian Styrofoam Ceiling Panel 20’by 20’
Product Details: the raised concentric octagonal designs with those well curved, inwardly directed corners is bound to give your motorhome some sense of depth and dimension that will add lots of interest to any place in the home. it is ideal id you want to your motorhome wall to present a sense of durability, strength and stability. It is lightweight, adds some insulation and paintable with any water based paint. It can go over popcorn and most other ceiling types. It is installed using the glue up method.
Product Details: this ceiling is made from an imitation of leather: its top layer is made from fire and water proof polyurethane. The filler in the middle is made from both water and sound proof PVC as well as the blackboard. This is ideal if you want your motorhome to have a traditional look, weighing 1.75lbs and measuring 23 5/8 “ by 11 “, this tile can be installed using the glue up method. make sure that you use hot glue for the best results.
Product Details: this ceiling panel is made from styrene and is a Class A fire rated. It prides itself in having a 12” pattern and measuring 2 feet by 4 feet is appropriately sized and easy to handle since it measures 1lb. it is ideal for motorhome owners who are keen on a traditional style. It should be installed using the Glue-up method, use loctite power grab for the best results.
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