1. What is PVC?
Polyvinyl chloride abbreviated PVC, is a plastic used in constructions, successfully replacing materials such as wood and steel.

2. What type of PVC paneling is recommended for outdoors?
Foiled paneling can be used outdoors because the foil is UV treated; white mat can also be used outdoors.

3. Can colored paneling be used outdoors?
Yes, colored paneling can be used outdoors provided that sunlight does not touch the paneling.

4. What are the advantages of PVC paneling?
Easy to install, easy to clean, maintenance free, humidity resistant, decorative appearance, sustainability in time, can be recycled, cost-effective product.

5. How can paneling be fitted?
Paneling can be cut with a knife or a saw.
• Over walls or ceilings of drywall or wood: Fitted directly on these surfaces, paneling next to paneling, with nails or screws for drywall.
• Over masonry walls (brick, BCA, concrete, plastered or decorated): Fitted with F4 screws or concrete nails in a rack of horizontal bars equally spaced - 35 cm (wooden slats 2 cm thick, galvanized metal profiles of gypsum board, etc.).
For fitting paneling horizontally, the rack is made of vertical bars. First are installed the profiles and then wainscoting with paneling, by fixing it to the rack with nails, drywall screws or staples.

6. Where can be used PVC paneling?
It can be cleaned with a wet cloth. Do not use chemicals or abrasives.

7. Where can be used PVC paneling?
In farms, homes, laboratories, schools. PVC paneling replace tile in the bathroom or kitchen; it can create walls, decorative ceilings in the bedroom, dining-room or living-room. PVC paneling are also used at eaves.