THE CONCEPT FOR PVC & ITS DEMAND RATE
PVC ceiling is among the top-selling ceilings in Nigeria currently. Despite its limitations, the newly popular ceiling is recording high against the old in terms of daily sells in all the major markets in .
The demand for the PVC has caused the gradual increase in the price as the years go by. There is the concept of having PVC as the is new to the Nigerian environment where had been in use for a very long time. Upon its popularity that started in the early year of 2000 to date, the PVC has become a meant for every average income earner and citizens a house. The reason is that it is neither the most costly nor the cheapest.
HOW PVC WAS MADE
The quest for beauty and extensive of plastics had led to the current use of PVC as the . Original PVC is a branch of plastic material used in the making of most plastic products including pipes and poly ethane bags. Perhaps, the plastic processors discovered how the same material could be processed and used for the purpose of making and put their discovery into practice that yielded the current product known as the PVC .
Basically, PVC is a product of PVC as its raw material. The PVC underwent some processes to obtain fine layers of its materials carefully joined together with little or no at the center of each two layers, which the major internal design feature of the PVC .
THE BENEFITS OF PVC
When it comes to benefits offered by PVC , they outweigh those of the to some extent. Here are the benefits of PVC ;
The PVC ceiling offers more beauty than any other type of currently used in especially if the color chosen is uniform and matches that of the wall and curtains, etc.
The PVC is easier to fix than any other type of and requires no specialist that would charge high for the job.
The PVC appears to be economical since a single roll has a width of almost 1 feet making it possible for 12 rolls to easily ceil-up a room.
The original PVC is very strong and not brittle like the .
The PVC comes with different inscriptions, color arrangements, reflective layers, and uniformity of design, etc. to offer its unique beauty to any it is applied to.
The price of the PVC made it become the best option for most .
TYPES OF PVC
There are two major types of PVC used in current, they;
The made in PVC and the Imported PVC
- The made in type is usually referred to as the original PVC because it is stronger, thicker, and heavier than the imported type. Though its features show that it is better than the imported type, it has the disadvantage of not having very attractive and reflective surfaces like the imported types. However, the made in PVC costs higher than the imported type and it is usually sold at 15 pieces as a bundle while the imported type is sold at 12pieces as a bundle.
- The imported type has less originality in its features except that it is very attractive when compared with the other type. Sometimes it does break-up while moving it either in a bundle or in pieces from one place to another or during the installation process. It's cost price it almost half of that of the made in type and is the most selling type in the market because of the less price-more beauty feature that it offers.
THE CURRENT PRICE OF PVC IN
Based on the two popular types in the market, the PVC have separate prices according to each type and those prices are based on their bundles which each quantity varies as well.
For the made in type, it has 15 pieces as a bundle and its price is between N18,000 to N25,000 depending on the dealer, location, quantity you want to buy, and other factors.
For the imported PVC , it has 12 pieces as a bundle but some bundles may not be complete in the full 16ft length, the price per bundle is between N8000 to N14,000 depending on the dealer, the market location, the quantity you are buying, and bargaining power, among other factors.
Originally posted 2018-07-27 16:00:53.
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