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Indoor Wall Panel

Indoor Wall Panel

PVC interior panels make bold or subtle changes and offer a variety of colours and finishes that fit any desired look. From soft tones to bright colours, PVC panels can transform any space, and they are especially beneficial for modern Spaces.

Some good USES for PVC wall panels include adding your brand colours to your office or reception desk, creating bold patterns in your kitchen, or making a dull bathroom come alive. They can be used in many environments, which makes them very versatile.

Since the material does not absorb the liquid, there is little need for maintenance. Other dirt can be easily removed with cloth and water. We recommend using only small amounts of detergent or soap when necessary. For damaged panels, affected panels can easily be removed to replace with new ones.

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Amazing design and texture

The original indoor paneling brought life to life. Decorative wall panels show real color, texture and appearance. For the eyes and touch, the panels look and feel like natural materials. Create an atmosphere of stone walls, industrial concrete warehouses, rock promotional suites, brick wine cellars or new york-style apartments.

Easy installation

Indoor wall panels can be quickly and easily installed. The panels are paintable and the wallboard achieves the desired look and feel in a constantly changing environment without taking up valuable space or unnecessary weight.

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Proven quality

Used by many high quality houses, indoor wall panels are light, flexible and durable. Used in the interior of the room, the panels are refractory, waterproof, corroding and uv. The panels are also ISO quality and environmental certified and have been used successfully for over 25 years.

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Indoor wall panel Installation (reference)

Interior wall panels are a simple way to improve and increase the appearance of interior space. They have a variety of styles and thickness to choose from. Regardless of the changes, the installation is a DIY project that can be easily done with the right steps.

Step 1 - Estimate the material

Indoor panels are sold in the form of panels and panels, but panels are generally easier to install. They are usually 4x8 pieces, so to estimate how much you need, first, measure the total area of the wall or area to be inlaid. If there are any doors or windows in the space, subtract the area they need and divide the remaining number by 32 to determine how many panels to purchase.

Step 2 - Prepare panels and walls

Wood expands and contracts with fluctuations in temperature and humidity, and can cause problems if the panels are installed directly from a particularly hot, cold, dry or humid environment. Place the paper in the installation position for two to five days to adapt it to temperature and humidity.

The sheet requires a backing, so it should not be used unless it is on an existing wall. Panels that are more than 1/4 inch wide do not require a backing and can be mounted on a wall frame without problems.

When mounted on a sturdy backing, you need to make the necessary repairs to make the walls flush and even. Then, find the studs and draw lines on the wall to mark their position. A 1x3 or 1x4 sized pleat strip can be secured to the rivet to provide a base for the nail wall panel. These should be attached vertically to the stud to ensure that the panel is also flat. Place them horizontally or vertically 16 inches and add a stop between every four feet. There should also be 1/4 inch of space on the top and bottom of the wall to address any uneven areas in the floor and ceiling. The nail should extend through the waterproof strip one inch into the stud to keep it good. You can stick them, but it's best to use anchors.

When installing on a frame wall, make sure the studs are properly spaced (16 inches or 24 inches apart). Any exterior wall that is protected from moisture should be inlaid and a backing added to reach each corner.

If you are install paneling it, you can also protect the brick wall from moisture. There are many reasons for moisture accumulation, so find a solution that will solve the problem correctly before doing other things.

Remove all molding, trim and fixtures, and cut off power to all lights and power outlets.

Step 3 - Measuring and cutting the panel

Test with panels to see how they are arranged and rearrange them as needed for best results. Mark the back of the panels or put them back in the order they are arranged so that they are properly finished when they are attached to the wall. The panel should be 1/4 inch shorter than the ceiling.

Use a plumb bob to place the first panel. The outer edge must be centred, so you may need to trim it with a fine-toothed saw. If it is not vertical, please scribe the wall. Mark uneven areas and shape with a top cover.

You need to cut the panel to fit any type of fixture, window or doorway. For electrical boxes and fixtures, simply apply around the space you are holding and then press the loose panel onto it to clearly outline the area to be cut. Drill holes in the corners and cut with a keyhole saw, extending it 1/4 inch for safety.

Measure the area of any door and window, not just the powder. Then, mark the measurement on the panel so that the slit extends more than 1/4 inch of the required space, as before.

When cutting, do not manually cut or cut the serrations from the back side to avoid irregular edges on the panel. In addition, use a pencil compass to draw irregular corners on the panel and cut with a top cover to get the perfect corner fit.


Step 4 - Install with nails and adhesive

Once all the plans have been completed, the panels should be glued and secured in place. A 10-ounce adhesive container can be used for up to four panels. A 1 / 8 x 3-inch strip of adhesive is applied to the wall frame or solid surface in a zigzag pattern. Leave a space of one millimetre between each panel to expand and contract as they are pasted to the wall or frame. Then, gently nail the tops to hold them in place, then pull the bottom out and place them on a piece of wood. Once the adhesive becomes sticky, press the panel into place and tap with a hammer to secure the adhesive.

Each nail is nailed one end at the end of two inches, every other eight inches. Do not pin the opposite ends until you move forward, as this will create a pocket. When driving a nail, place a piece of cloth on your hammer to prevent damage and follow the manufacturer's instructions when selecting the right type of nail for the panel. Use nail drill and putty when you are done. Use extra nails to add extra security to heavy-duty panels.

Step 5 - Finish the work

Panelling on existing walls will increase the thickness of the wall, so the doorposts, sashes and power outlets must be modified to accommodate additional space.

Replace or add new moulded parts around the floor and ceiling to complete the project, cut or trim it to the appropriate size with a mitre saw. The finished product is bonded and nailed in place using finished nails and covered with wood putty for a perfect finish.

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