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    Wood panel - Wood, flooring, panels

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    Wood and PVC, or plastic, are the main materials used to make panelling blades. Wood is a material that is influenced by moisture and if it is not dry enough when laid, it can shrink by drying and the joints between the blades can become larger and alter the continuity of the pattern. If it is too dry, it will swell and gondola. Before laying the wood panelling, let them rest for a few days in the room where they will be installed so that they adbopt the same humidity as the room. The plastic one has no reactions to ...


    Scierie Weber -   - Wood Panel
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    Fischer Bois -   - Wood Panel
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    ... moisture, but it does not breathe and can trap moisture in walls or in a room. You should therefore avoid using them in the bathroom. Wood panelling blades come in different lengths, allowing them to be chosen according to the type of dressing to be made. If you want to make asymmetrical or graphic poses, you can also mix blades of different sizes). On the length side, the standard size of 2 meters lends itself to all uses but requires fittings. From 2.50 m to 2.70 m the length is sufficient to achieve wall coverings without fitting. There are also 4m blades for paneling ceilings, and 1.20m blades for basements. On the width side, the blades range from 7 cm to more than 37.5 cm which allows a very personal decoration. The "frieze" (5 to 7 cm wide) is now less popular, in favor of more modern cuts. The trend is more towards wide blades, edge-to-edge junctions (straight edges) and straight or skewed profiles. Good quality wood is generally considered to be free of knots. But it may be wise to choose a panelling with some irregularities: its surface will be more lively and less uniform. Base panelling: In addition to the possibility of making the courseon yourself (base panelling), different panels can be used, in wood veneer (carpent panels) or reconstituted wood (post-formed panels). Modules offered in different widths (30 to 60 cm) and heights (80 to 90 cm) that perfectly mimic the wood and therefore offer the advantage of coordinating with the interior doors. More generally, in decoration, for the proportions to be respected, a base panelling must represent about one third of the height of the wall: its height must therefore be between 80 cm and 1.00 m.

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