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The story of how our stretch ceiling swelled Coming home with flowers in praz

The story of how our stretch ceiling swelled 🤭🤯

Arriving home with flowers in a festive mood albeit with a temperature I decided to take a beautiful photo in the kitchen. From the photo I noticed that the ceiling was swollen. I started to panic called the guy uk plumber in general raised the whole house to her ears. Within a month a neighbor from below came to us and said that maybe we were flooding it we had a leak on the wallpaper but in general everything somehow settled down and we were told from the uk that everything was okay. Although where we have flowing on the wallpaper no one knows. In connection with these events I was frightened and thought that we were flooded. Even the plumber first said it was water. But then he took off the lamp and there was nothing the water did not flow. When the window was opened the ceiling pressed against the upper slab and I realized that it was air.

I began to understand the occurrence of drafts and here are several possible reasons:

1) Errors in the assembly of the ceiling. Poor installation of profiles or the use of unreliable fasteners can lead to its deformation which causes the tension web to sag.

2) Destruction of walls. This problem is rare and appears when the walls of the room are made of fragile material or when a structure is assembled from low-quality drywall which leads to displacement of the profiles or the loss of fasteners.

3) Cracks in walls or ceilings. If cracks are present in the supporting structure then thrust is created from air of different temperatures in the room.

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