Composite Applications For Ceilings & Soffits

A composite ceiling or soffit gives your interior or exterior space a wow factor. When opting for a durable material such as Eva-Last composite for hard-to-reach features like ceilings and soffits you not only prevent difficult and premature maintenance but are also choosing a product that is gentle on the Earth.
Eva-Last Pioneer reinforced bamboo foamed-PVC composite , Apex bamboo foamed-PVC, Infinity capped bamboo, or Eva-tech bamboo composite facia boards, or VistaClad in an Infinity finish, all make ideal, lightweight alternatives to cement or plasterboards, with a far superior upmarket look.

When selecting facia boards for your ceiling or soffit our top recommendation would be Infinity. Its increased span capabilities coupled with its natural looking streaked color variations offer a host of functional and aesthetic design possibilities.

When fixed with color matching top fixing screws, an Infinity fascia board ceiling or soffit will give your space a spectacular finish.

An alternative recommendation for ceilings is VistaClad in an Infinity finish. It installs easily using a hidden clip system which helps prevent any moisture ingress. Its stain resistance and thermal and ventilation properties make it a technically sound choice. When coupled with its beautiful wood look, adds a beautiful luxurious finish to any space.

VisaClad is once again an ideal material to consider for interior or exterior soffits. The simple click system makes for easy installation and the robust and weather resistant nature of VistaClad ensures your maintenance is greatly reduced when compared with a painted plaster or cement fiberboard.

It is important to note that Eva-Last composite products such VistaClad are finished products and should not be painted over.


The versatility and flexibility of Eva-Last composite make it perfect for creating show-stopping features like curved ceilings. These curves can be created through a process of heating the composite boards, such as decking or fascia boards, and then bending to the required shape once they are malleable. This should only be done by a recommended installer.


Although Eva-Last composite is typically chosen as an outdoor material it can also be used inside to create stunning non-structural ceiling accents. Its moisture resistance makes it suitable for bathroom applications or other moisture-prone areas.

Whether it’s a functional ceiling or soffit or simply an aesthetic feature, Eva-Last composite offers a beautiful array of products and colors to suit every style.