If you have decided to install Trespa panels in your bathroom, kitchen, or other interior space, you have opted for a great-looking, functional covering. Even better, with the right installation and care, your product will likely look fantastic for years. For indoor applications, consult a complete Trespa installation and care guide to get the most out of your panels. Generally, though here are some installation tips you might consider.
You want to be sure you handle your Trespa panels with care. Generally, working with a professional installation service is your best option for moving your panels without damaging them. If you do handle yours, though, you want to do so properly. If you allow your panels to flex, they may crack. As such, carry them vertically to minimize pressure.
You can store your Trespa panels until you are ready to install them if you do so in a dry area. Also, keep shipping and packaging material to space your panels after you unpack them but before you install them.
To attach Trespa panels, use a blind fastening system. First, drill the back side of the panel with an appropriate high-speed bit. Be sure you use a spacer so that you do not drill through the finished surface. Then, attach the panel with sheet metal screws. If you can, try to install the panel using a hand screw driver. If you use a power driver, you might damage the finished side of your panel. For exact pilot hole and screw measurements, consult a Trespa installation and care guide.
You can use an epoxy or polyurethane adhesive to guarantee your Trespa panels will have tight seems. If you would prefer a seamless look, you can order mating sections. Either way, ensure each seam is tight, especially if you are installing your panels in a bathroom, kitchen, or other area with high humidity.
If you need to route, saw, or drill through your panels, you should make sure you do so according to the fabricator’s specifications. Also, your Trespa panels will ship with a protective coating. After you have installed your panels, peel off the layer.
Cleaning Trespa panels is an easy process. Generally, you can wipe down your panels with a clean, microfiber cloth. A mild water and detergent solution will help you with tougher cleaning jobs.
If you want a great finish, review a Trespa installation and care guide before you begin your project. By closely following each step, you can virtually guarantee you will be happy with your Trespa installation.