ADDSTONE Faux-Stone Wall Panel can be screwed to the skeleton in the wall or to the existing siding. It does not require cement, adhesive, or pre-protection like spray paint. After installation, it has a wall like real rock texture.
Install the joists
Install the joists in accordance with the building code standards.
Corners and starter molding
Install all corners and corner moldings first, then install the starter molding.
Install with screws
You should always screw a screw completely in the center of each panel to the right place to prevent it from moving to the right or left ( for cut panels, use an exacto knife) and manually mace a small opening to put center screw.
Install the first panel
Install the first panel you need to measure the length of your wall and determine the exact spot where to cut the first panel in order to ending up with a small part at the other end of the wall.
Install the second panel
Slide the panel making sure it is inserted in the corner. When installing the secondary panels, be sure to insert them correctly into each other.
Installing the last panel
When installing the last panel, fold it to insert it into two sections that are already installed
Crossing the panels
For optimal installation, we recommend always crossing the panels.
Make sure panels level
Make sure that the panels are level throughout the installation.
Finishing Trim HA 2
Trim different surfaces
The installation of the corner trim and finishing trim will optimize the different surfaces.