Although most commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens, pvc cladding can be used in any room of your home.
Where can I use your cladding?
How many panels do I need?
To calculate the amount of panels required, you need to measure the width of the area you need to cover and divide by the width of the panels you are using. For example if the width of the area is 2.5m and you are using a standard width panel of 250mm then 10 panels are required.
How do I fix the panels?
The panels can be fixed to a porous surface using a solvent free adhesive eg Solvent free Pink Grip. To fix panels over tiles, a silicone can be used. Panels can also be stapled or screwed to a wooden frame.
Can the panels be fitted over tiles?
The panels can be fixed over tiles using silicone.
Are the panels water tight?
The panels are ideal for use in wet areas, however we do recommend using a thin bead of silicone between each panel and trim to ensure a water tight seal. We also advise that a cladseal strip is used around a bath or shower.
How much adhesive do I need?
One tube of adhesive will fix two panels.
How are the panels cut?
The panels can easily be cut to size using a fine toothed hand saw.
Can the panels be used in a kitchen?
The panels are ideal for use in a kitchen, however if being used directly behind a hob we would advise that a heat resistant splash back is used.
Can spotlights be fitted into the panels?
Spotlights can be fitted into the panels. Any lights used must be fitted using low voltage transformers, low wattage bulbs or LED's.
How are the panels cleaned?
The panels are easy to maintain using a soft lint free cloth and soapy water. Do not use any bathroom/kitchen cleaners or abrasive materials.