Blend, Reclaimed Wood Panel Wall For Eco Conciuos People
Teakwall’s, Blend Reclaimed Wood Panels for walls are a fresh and exciting way to add unique designs to any space.
It will give your room a luxurious finish that will be unmissable by family and friends.
If you need a feature wall that is very easy to fit and pleasurable to look at, we recommend Teakwall’s Blend Reclaimed Wood Panel wall.
Blend Reclaimed Wall Panels Are Eco Friendly And Unique By Design
We don’t cut down trees to make these stylish teak wood panels.
We use recycled Javanese houses and old fishing boats from Indonesia to create each panel.
Each teak wood panel has its own unique design that helps to create a one-off finish with each fitting.
Every panel oozes character, style, and individuality that you will find hard to beat.
There aren’t many wall panels that offer this much flexibility in design and style.
Quick & Easy Installation
You can cut the panels using a fine-tooth saw, but the best results can be achieved by sawing the panels to size in mitre cuts using a circular saw or a sawing table.
Tool’s required : spirit level, glue, stapler (electric/compressed air), handsaw, circular saw or sawing table.
Blend Reclaimed Wood Panels Are Simple To Order
To order measure the length and width of your wall.
Add your measurements into the calculator to get your wall cladding price. (You may want to add a pack for waste)
- Very Easy To Install
- Bespoke Feature Wall Made By You
- Add Character To Any Room
- Contains 6 Panels Per Pack
- A Lot Of Compliments
- A Boost In The Value Of Your Property
Manufactured in Indonesia from Javanese homes and old fishing boats.
Teakwall wall panels are simple to attach.
Attach the Teakwall panels to a flat, even substrate. In particular, when gluing them, the substrate should be clean,
firm, even, dry, free of any solvents and self-supporting.
SUBSTRATE PREPARATION (WHEN GLUING):
Sand the substrate down lightly if necessary and brush or vacuum this clean. Strongly absorbent substrates should be
treated beforehand with a dispersion primer.
Ideal substrates are concrete and wood (e.g. P3 chipboard, OSB panels). Depending on the firmness of the substrate,
brickwork, cement/based plaster or plasterboard are also suitable.
Since the panels can be influenced by humidity and fluctuating temperatures, we would advise you to attach the panels
using e.g. a Bison Polymax or a stapler with tacks. In addition, when gluing, edge joints need to be created, distance
should be kept from fixed components, or dilatation joints also repeated in the top layer.
Make sure that the first panels start in a straight line. Use a spirit level to do this. This will ensure perfect positioning
without any misaligned joints. This line marks the starting point from which you can complete your design.
INSTALLING IN AN IRREGULAR BOND:
An often used bond is the so-called wild bond. The remaining piece of panel at the end of the row can be used to start the
next one. This will render a pattern with randomly aligned joints. Always start a row with a piece of panel that is larger than
We would advise using Bison Polymax for gluing the TeakWall panels.
If using a glue gun, cut off half nozzle at an angle and apply strips of glue at 3-5 cm intervals. As soon as the glue has been
applied place the TeakWall on the substrate and press down firmly for around 3 seconds. The best way to attach the rows
of panels on the wall is from top to bottom. If the panels should unexpectedly slip, the lower panels can be used to
“support” the ones above.
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