Ceiling Cladding Query - using Woodlands White Ash
I wish to clad a ceiling using Wood Grain from the Forest Range, colour White Ash. The cladding is to go between beams with fastening to beam sides.
The ceiling is divided into four sections. Two sections are 6 metres long with 1.3 metres width between beams. The two other sections are 4 metres long with 1.3 metres between beams.1. WOULD I BE ABLE TO SUPPORT THE WIDTH WITH AN ADHESIVE TO AVOID SAG, OR WOULD THIS NOT BE NEEDED?2. WOULD I USE AN L SHAPED SECTION TO SLOT THE SECTIONS IN?3. Please quote me a price for the materials neede to complete the task.4. PLEASE QUOTE ME A PRICE IF I DOUBLE UP ON THE ORDER TO DO MY NEIGHBOURS HOME.- Brian
Written By DanHi Brian - this sounds like a fairly specific job, so for a full breakdown you'd be best giving us a call on 0114 2799188. However I'll try to answer your questions in brief here: 1. the panels are fairly lightweight so assuming they're not going to be bearing any loads, this should be OK. We would recommend that you screw the panels into the beams - you place the screws in the T&G part of the panel, so that the screwhead is hidden once the panels are slotted together. 2. I assume you are referring to our J-shaped edge trim? You certainly could use this, or some of our ceiling coving - either would suffice. 3 & 4. I couldn't say for certain as you haven't given me the length of your ceiling down both sides - however a pack of 2.7m panels covering 2.7 x 1m would cost Â£43 and a pack of 5m covering 5x1m would cost Â£79.62 (both prices inc. VAT). Hope this helps!