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Wood wall cladding is made of natural organic properties, make it one of the most versatile elements evident in all good design Installing wood wall cladding is a simple way to bring nature to every space of your house.
Wood wall panel is remarkably strong. It emits absolutely zero electrostatic charge. It won't rust. It works fantastically as an acoustic insulator making it great for studios, concert halls and theaters.
Teak wood has a very attractive looking straight grain pattern coupled with a rich golden-brown color and also feels great to the touch. With proper care, teak wood can last for many years. Teak has a natural oil content that resists termites, fungal stains, and also repels other insects that can destroy wood.
Another important advantage of teak wood is that it has a good resistance to moisture and water. Other than its beauty, this is the reason why it is the preferred wood material used in ship-building for making of wooden flooring and decks. Because of its moisture resistance, teak wood is well suited for every space in your house.
Step-by-step instructions are shown below
Allow panels to acclimate by placing them in the area you are installing for 48-72 hours.
Start by screwing in the feet to the base of the unit.
It is recommended to use a leveling tool to make sure the panels are aligned. Dry-lay panels before permanently installing.
Cut the panels as needed to line-up next to one another.
Use sandpaper to clean chipped edges to make interlocking easier.
Apply glue on the back of each panel.
Apply the first row from the lowest point going upward. Press the panel into place and hold it for a while for the glue to stick. For faster installation, use a nail gun to secure the panel.
Make sure all panels are aligned by continually checking with your leveling tool.