Tips & Tricks

  • To achieve an ideal result, start with a floor to create a flat surface.
    We can provide floor beams to bridge uneven floors.
  • Start with an angular setup to have immediate stability. Subsequently, you can connect the necessary panels in both directions. If there are images on the walls, we number them and deliver them in the right order.
    With start and end panels your wall will be beautifully finished.

  • On top of the first row of panels, you can mount a second row of panels. For this you will need a ladder if the first row is 240 cm high. We advise not to build higher than 720 cm without extra support.
    If your wall is longer than 6 m with a 40 mm core or 8 m with a 80 mm core you can use additional lateral panels for extra support.

    Per 3 panels in a row, you need at least 1 panel to be at a right angle for stability. Otherwise, you will need to place extra panels at right angles in front of or behind the wall.

  • When connecting the panels, it is best to proceed as follows.

    Hold the panel to be connected at a slight slant. You can hook the panel while the groove is already partly in the tongue. Then lower the panel and push the seam together (with the foot). In judo terms, you would do a ‘De-ashi-barai’ (lateral foot sweep)

    If a panel does not fully connect at the top, you can push the hook a little to the side for a tighter connection.

  • Indicate if you need lighting and whether you want to hide the cables or not. We take care of all the necessary preparations for cabling, sockets and such

  • You can integrate a so-called simple ‘painter’s door’ or a concealed door in the panels.

  • Once the wall is in place, you can mount anything on it with simple wood screws (5 x 40 mm) …

  • Allow your creativity to flow freely; we will be able to realise it