Floating Ceilings

Whistler

Named after the Whistler Blackcomb resort in the Rocky Mountains north of Vancouver, British Columbia.

Elevation: 7,160 ft. Geographic coordinates: 50.12° N, 122.95° W

The Whistler is an aluminum cored floating ceiling with LED pot lights. It is a lightweight ceiling at 120 lbs for a typical 2500 lb car. The metal cladding can be butt jointed or have a black painted reveal.

Washington

Named after the Mount Washington Alpine resort in the Vancouver Island Range north of Victoria, British Columbia.

Elevation: 5,216 ft. Geographic coordinates: 49.74° N, 125.30° W

The Washington is an aluminum cored floating ceiling with LED pot lights. It features raised panels made of decorative metals instead of flat cladding. This added feature provides a feeling of depth.

Lake Louise

Named after the Lake Louise Mountain resort in the Rocky Mountains in Banff National Park, Alberta.

Elevation: 8,652 ft. Geographic coordinates: 51.44° N, 116.16° W

The Lake Louise is an offset floating ceiling with an oval center section that is 2" higher than the base. The ceiling is clad in SS#4 and features four LED pot lights and an LED ribbon light inside the offset. This gives the cavity a warm glow.

Castle

Named after the Castle Mountain resort in the Rocky Mountains near Lethbridge, Alberta.

Elevation: 7,799 ft. Geographic coordinates: 49.32° N, 114.41° W

The Castle is an offset floating ceiling with a square center section that is 2" higher than the base. The ceiling is clad in SS#4 and features four LED pot lights and an LED ribbon light inside the offset. This gives the cavity a warm glow.


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