Step 1 : Clean to Clear debris
Smooth installation surface with sandpaper by removing excessive bumps or texture. Wipe wall clean to clear debris.
Step 2 : Mark the installation
We recommend laying out the desired layout before installation. Mark the installation points using a chalk line or straight edge and level.
A. For single panels, start at either the top or bottom corner at the edge of the wall and work towards the opposite corner.
B. For 2-piece panel sets start at the center and work out.
Step 3 : Apply Adhesive
Apply a small amount of adhesive to the back of the panel and secure with small brad nails. (Follow adhesive manufacturer’s instructions for proper application.)
A. Install panels side by side.
B. OR for a different look leave a gap between each panel.
- Make sure to use the correct tools recommended.
- Wear proper protective gear.
- Follow fixture, power tools, paint manufacturers’ instructions, and users manuals.
- Use common sense and follow good construction practices.
Tools & Materials Checklist
- Standard power grab adhesive
- Utility Knife, Circular Saw, or Table Saw
- 100% acrylic paint
- Power drill or hammer
- Fine sandpaper
- Small brad nails
- Chalk line and measuring tape
Special Instructiona and Notes
- It is highly recommended that you paint or finish the panels before installation.
- Recommended use of 100% acrylic latex paint for PVC products.
- Clean the installation surface and back of panel of any debris with a clean cloth.
- Make sure the surface and the back of the panel are completely dry before installation.
- Before installing, acclimate the PVC panels in the room where you will be installing them.
- In most applications you will have to trim some panels. Cut them with a standard utility knife or power tool, such as a table saw. Sand cut edge to remove debris.
- Depending on your installation method, use standard power grip adhesive and small brad nails.