“Our mission is to dramatically improve the sustainability of the built environment, by radically transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated”
The policy of Stretch Ceilings is to commit to setting and reviewing environmental objectives for continual improvement and protection of the environment whilst minimising waste at every opportunity.
Our companies have offered a full installation service for the Stretch Ceilings materials since 1988 throughout the United Kingdom, Ireland and for the Marine industry worldwide. We are now also able to offer a 12 year guarantee on all new products.
Stretch Ceilings is a quality assured business to the exacting standard of ISO 9001, all our sales staff, installers and supervisors are directly employed and certified CSCS. We are active and responsible members of SPATA – The Swimming Pool and Allied Trades Association, members of AIS – the Association of Interior Specialists and members of CHSG – Construction Health and Safety Group. We are also proud members of the UK Green Building Council.
We will comply with applicable legal requirements and with other requirements to which our organisation subscribes, points to note are:
It is Stretch Ceilings objective to excel in our responsibility to minimise the negative impact on the environment by way of sourcing sustainable and fully recyclable products, whilst maintaining efficient installation processes.
We are pleased to advise that due to our continued commitment towards our products sustainability we are able to offer considerable benefits with regards to environmental issues. Consideration has been given from the initial fabrication of the fabric to the end use and finally disposal of the product, i.e a full life cycle analysis.
Stretch Ceilings is a proud member of the UK Green Building Council. “Our mission is to dramatically improve the sustainability of the built environment, by radically transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated”
By reducing the use of valuable resources (up to 95% less when compared to conventional building practices) we can achieve technically innovative projects whilst preserving the world around us for future generations.