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Slatwall Panel Installation

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Groovewall is usually fixed to vertical timber battens screwed or nailed to an existing wall.
However, it can also be glued or fixed directly to a wall.

Screw or nail vertical timber battens to the wall surface to be covered with slatwall panels. (We would suggest these are placed at 50cm centres. If you are joining slatwall panels do so on the centre of a batten)

1. Screw or nail vertical timber battens to the wall surface to be covered with Groovewall.
We would suggest these are placed at 50cm centres.
If you are joining Groovewall panels do so on the centre of a batten.

Screw slatwall panels to the timber battens using slatwall fixing screws through the slotted part of the panel.

2. Screw Groovewall panels to the timber battens using Groovewall fixing screws through the slotted part of the panel.

Add a timber finishing strip to cover the slatwall edges (optional), add slatwall accessories to create versatile eye catching displays and storage solutions.

3. Add a timber finishing strip to cover the Groovewall edges (optional),
add slatwall accessories to create versatile eye catching displays and storage solutions.