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Outdoor Wall Panel

Outdoor Wall Panel

Wood plastic exterior wall board, make the building appear simple and natural and beautiful, can resist all sorts of bad weather, and antiseptic fire retardant, installation is convenient. No matter in the production process or in the engineering practical, do not cause pollution to the environment, and renewable use, is an ideal environmental protection decorative materials.

Plastic wood wallboard quality light, heat insulation, heat preservation, moisture-proof, flame retardant, acid and alkali resistance, corrosion resistance; Stable, dielectric, durable, anti-aging, easy to fuse and glue; Strong flexural strength and impact toughness, high fracture elongation; Smooth surface, bright color, very decorative, decorative surface more extensive; Simple construction process and convenient installation.

Environmental protection: ecological wood, environment-friendly wood, recyclable wood, free from toxic substances, dangerous chemical ingredients, preservatives, etc., free of formaldehyde, benzene and other harmful substances, will not cause air pollution and environmental pollution, 100% recycling, and biodegradation.

Wall Panel Insect-proof ant

Waterproof, moisture-proof
Insect-proof ant

Relatively speaking, the service life of this kind of product will be longer than that of solid wood material, its biggest characteristic is waterproof, moisture-proof, insect-proof ant, so it can effectively solve the problem of easy decay and expansion deformation after moisture absorption in moist and multi-water environment, and can be used in environments where traditional wood products cannot be used.

Rich color and plasticity

The color system of this kind of product is very rich, because this can provide the margin that the user chooses is very much, still can customize the color that needs according to oneself to be fond of at the same time, reflect adequately personalized style, especially a few young people, like this kind of decorate a way very much.

wall Panel Rich color and plasticity
Fire prevention Wall Panel

High environmental protection
Fire prevention

From the public to choose material, mostly pay more attention to the environmental performance of products, and do not contain benzene material, wood plastic plate formaldehyde content was 0.2, lower than in EO level standard, for the European environmental protection standard of grading, recycled, greatly save the wood use, suitable for the sustainable development of the national policy, and its fire retardancy is very strong, in self-extinguishing fire, do not produce any toxic gases.

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Outdoor Wall Panel Installation (reference)

Locking the Siding Board

Every wall panel clip comes with a separate hole in the case there is a need to lock the board. The siding boards will expand and contract and to take care of this movement, we must lock the board in one position and then allow the board to expand and contract readily in the other direction.

Framing

The frame needs to be completely level before installing any siding boards.
Note: Adequate spacing in the joists is required to keep the siding boards from bending.

Locking the Siding Board
Locking the Siding Board
Locking the Siding Board

The wall as shown in Diagram will be installed to replicate different scenarios potentially occurring when installing the siding.

replicate different scenarios

1. First, start by fixing the joist onto the wall you plan to install on.

measured for the next joist

2. Next, the span needs to be measured for the next joist. Please review Diagram for the maximum span allowed from the centre of the centre of each joist.

measured for the next joist measured for the next joist
measured for the next joist measured for the next joist

The inside corner will be installed as shown in Diagram by first pre-drilling and then be fixing with screws.

first pre-drilling

The diagram is an above cross-section view of the inside corner after installation. The inside corner was first installed onto the joists and then the boards were slotted into both openings when installed.

inside corner after installation

The starting strip will now be installed on the bottom of the joists as shown in the Diagram by first pre-drilling into the Line slot and then fixing with screws.

first pre-drilling into the Line slot

Repeat step 1 and install the rest of the starting strip onto the rest of the joists. The finished starting strip across the joists can be seen in the Diagram.

 place the side with the lip down

Take a siding board and place the side with the lip down as shown in Diagram.

Place the Bottom card slot on the board

Place the Bottom card slot on the board and install with screws as shown in Diagram. Please review of this installation guide on how to lock the board with Bottom card slot.
Note: A gapping of at least 25/64 inch needs to be left at the bottom of the ground and the lip of the board to allow for expansion and contraction and ventilation.

When you are on the last board of the siding you will need to first install stator. The stator will be installed onto every joist first and then the siding board will be installed as normal as shown in Diagram.

Note: The stator is used as a placeholder for the last board so that the board will not slant.

need to first install stator

After installing the last board, the siding should look like Diagram.

installing the last board

Next, take the outside corner and fix it to the side of the siding that is open as shown in Diagram.


fix it to the side of the siding

Fix the outside corner by screwing on the opposite face of the outside corner.
Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches centre to centre.

Fix the outside corner by screwing

The diagram is an above cross-section view of the outside corner after installation. The outside was installed after the siding was installed on one of the walls. Then, the outside corner was pushed into the opened side of the siding and screw fixed from the other side.

outside corner after installation

Now you are ready to install the other side of the wall as the Diagram.

install the other side of the wall

install the other side of the wall

Then, repeat steps of siding board of this installation guide. Continue to the top for a final finish as shown in Diagram.

Continue to the top for a finish

An F trim can now be used to finish off the open side of this siding as shown in Diagram.
Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches centre to centre.

An F trim can now be used An F trim can now be used

The diagram is an above cross-section view of the F trim after installation. The outside was installed after the siding was installed on one of the walls. Then the F trim was pushed into the opened side of the siding and then screw fixed from the other side.

above cross-section view of the F trim after installation

Now the other side of the inside corner wall will be installed. First, attach the Bottom slot at the bottom.

attach the Bottom slot at the bottom

Then, install the siding boards as shown in Diagram by repeating the steps of this installation guide.

install the siding boards

Continue to install the siding boards until the top is reached as shown in Diagram.

Continue to install the siding boards

Using the I trim to install the I trim on the opened side of the siding as shown in Diagram.

Using the I trim to install

Fix the I trim to the joist by screw fixing the I trim and joist.

Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches centre to centre.

screw fixing the I trim and joist

Repeat steps of this installation guide on the section shown in Diagram.

Repeat steps of this installation guide

Next, install the siding board on top of the Fixed groove.

Note: A gapping of at least 25/64 inch needs to be left at the bottom of the ground and the lip of the board to allow for expansion and contraction and ventilation.

install the siding board

Install the rest of the siding boards to the top as shown in Diagram.

The Diagram is an above cross-section view of the I trim installed. Then I trim was installed after the siding was installed onto the wall. Then I trim then comes in from the side and is screw fixed to the joist on the other side of the I. Alternatively, the I trim can be installed first by screw fixing and then have the siding boards come in afterwards but this would require the distance of your siding project pre-calculated.

cross-section view of the I trim installed cross-section view of the I trim installed

Install the F trim on the open side of the siding as shown in Diagram.

Install the F trim

Fix the F trim to the joist by screw fixing into the F trim to the joist as shown in Diagram.

Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches centre to centre.


Fix the F trim to the joist

Take the F trim and cut them to the length of the top of the siding structure you are installing on as shown in Diagram.

Fix the F trim to the joist

Cutting out a notch at both ends might be required to ensure that it fits around the joist as shown in Diagram.

Cutting out a notch at both ends

Now fix the face the cut pieces to the tops of the joists as shown in Diagram.

Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches centre to centre.

fix the face the cut pieces to the tops

The Windows should be installed after all siding has been installed on the wall as shown in Diagram.

Note: This installation of the window will be done on joists and framing that are on wood.

If the installation is done on a brick or concrete wall framing, metal joists, or wood, joists need to be added first in order to install the boards onto that structure. Installing directly on brick or concrete is not recommended.

The Windows should be installed

Take the siding board and cut down the middle to create a rectangle to fit in the window as shown in Diagram.

cut down the middle

Take the cut pieces and install them into the frame of the window as shown below in Diagram.

Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches center to center.

install them into the frame of the window
install them into the frame of the window

Take the F trim and cut to match the corners of the window as shown below in Diagram.

Take the F trim and cut to match the corners

Install the cut F trim pieces over the cut composite siding as shown in Diagram.

Note: Always pre-drill before screwing unless using composite screws designed for non-pre-drilling. The distance between each screw should be no more than 12 inches centre to centre.

Install the cut F trim pieces over the cut composite siding Install the cut F trim pieces over the cut composite siding

The completed window installation should look like Diagram.

completed window installation should look like

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