Why choose us
We offer you an innovative solution to your ceiling problems.
Do you wish you didn’t have that old-fashioned textured ceiling but aren’t ready to deal with all the chaos to have it removed? Avoid the hassle and mess of removing your popcorn ceiling by contacting us to find out about the new alternative – a stretch fabric ceiling system with a lifetime warranty.
A stretch ceiling is a suspended system, which consists of two components: supporting track and fabric. This system allows you to cover all imperfections and uneven surfaces in a short period of time. By choosing wide span textiles you don’t need to undergo the annoying process of scraping popcorn ceiling, you can have the brand new classic or customized ceiling installed anywhere in a house.
It’s not a secret that many residences built in the 1930s – 1980s may contain asbestos in textured ceiling paint, therefore, making a safe popcorn ceiling repair nearly impossible. Asbestos fibers are dangerous to inhale and can cause different lung diseases. However, if the layer of paint stays undisturbed, asbestos fibers are not released. Stretch ceiling installation does not damage the ceiling surface and is a clean and safe method of covering “popcorn”.
Advantages of Stretch Fabric Ceiling
Stretch ceiling fabric doesn’t sag. It perfectly holds its tension and shape
Flexible finishing options (solid colors, custom prints)
Preserves ceiling height and allows space for in-ceiling lighting.
Creates monolithic finish, comparable to drywall
Quick, no-mess installation process
Can be installed in all types of premises
Hydrophobic and mildew resistant
Avoid the hassle and a mess of removing your popcorn ceiling by contacting the leading acoustic stretch ceiling installer in Dallas – J.S. Wilkes. Find out about the alternative – a stretch fabric ceiling system with a lifetime residential warranty!
J.S. Wilkes Company has been in business since 1990 and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and is a Certified Woman Owned Business and Certified HUB, Texas Historically Underutilized Business.