Installing decorative panels is easier than you might think, particularly if you use Spigoplank wood panels. Any professional or handyman can do it with common tools. In fact, we are convinced that easy assembly is one of the reasons why this type of wood panelling has been so successful among architects and decorators since it was launched on the market a few months ago. Below we tell you how to do it.
On walls and ceilings, where the cladding serves to conceal insulation, it is installed using a system of wood battens and nails. This system consists of nailing the panels to battens that are previously fitted on the wall or ceiling.
When installing the battens, make sure they are level, both vertically and horizontally. The battens should be parallel to each other and perpendicular to the panels. We recommend using battens at least 30 mm thick. Avoid low density chipboard, to ensure the nails cannot be pulled out, separating the panels from the battens. It is also advisable to fill the space between battens with some sort of insulation.
Finally, at Spigogroup we always remind you that all assembly tasks should be carried out with the relevant personal protection equipment, with CE markings and according to manufacturer instructions.
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