The power of teamwork - how we install your ceiling together.

Many companies call themselves 'partners' in your project. But do you see that in the way they work? Our clients will be happy to tell you about their unique collaboration with Kanvas.

It starts with the first meeting. Installing beautifully finished stretch ceilings or walls is a natural minimum for us, but what really makes us happy is thinking through your questions and finding the best solution for each room, optimising your interior with lines, acoustics, ambience and lighting until we can present you with the ideal plan. 

Do you like it? Then we get straight down to work, preparing everything we need in our atelier and, at the agreed time, our experienced staff come to install everything. Thanks to the excellent working atmosphere and personal approach, there is virtually no staff turnover at Kanvas, so you can count on an experienced team that works well together.

Did you know that even painters ask us to install their own ceilings? We strive for quality and perfection in everything we do, and thanks to our ongoing commitment to research and innovation, we are constantly developing better and more creative solutions. 

More questions or an afterthought? We pick up the phone and are renowned for the speed with which we help our customers, taking photos at every stage of the process so that you always have a clear view. With a fixed contact person you are never just a number to us. At Kanvas, we don't offer long-distance relationships, but real service and advice.

From the smallest room to the largest, you can count on Kanvas.

"With his trendy haircut, Irven Kindt doesn't look like a classic entrepreneur". 

That's not the only thing that sets him apart from many of his colleagues, but the wonderful career he has followed over the past two decades is just as striking. The man from Waregem started out as a mechanic at Isocab, but since 2014 he has been the entrepreneur behind the flourishing interior finishing company Kanvas, which now employs a dozen people.

Text: Frank Vermoere, Newspaper of West Flanders