Cost-effective wood range for ceilings and walls


With many raw material costs having soared over the past three years, architects and contractors are looking ever-more closely for cost-effective ceiling and wall solutions for their projects.

Hunter Douglas, the global architectural products company, is clear: there is no need to sacrifice quality when budgets are tighter, because its wide range of solid wood and veneered wood options enable designers to maintain the highest of standards.

Our interior wood ceilings offer an unrivalled range of finishes and natural tones that promise to make your project stand out. This is because we focus on quality throughout the production process to ensure we deliver a superior and durable product, which translates into lower costs during the life cycle of the product.

Whether your scheme requires a grill, linear, tiles, Combi-line or our special PareauLux climate ceiling, there are plenty of outstanding options for designers looking to create the wow factor. Our veneered systems are also available in more than 40 finishes to create the ideal ambiance and feel.

Standard panels are treated with a transparent lacquer, but we can also apply special varnishes, staining or paint finishes, as well as slip-match or mismatch sheets. And due to a special treatment of the wooden panels, some can be installed in humid areas, such as swimming pools.

Safety and comfort are also our watchwords: our wood ceilings are impregnated with a fire resistant finish that achieves a reaction to fire classification (EN13501-1) of B-s2,d0 and all of our interior ceilings are created to offer the best acoustic performance possible without degrading the overall aesthetics.

Looking to add wood to the external roof space of a building? Soffits, canopies, walkways and atriums can be transformed with our exterior range that is available in a wide range of species and can be configured creatively, including curved finishes, straight or diagonal patterns, or a combination. Panels can be specified in open or closed formations.

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