The video features the installation process from start to finish, with the wall panels being installed directly over existing tiles.
As well as eliminating the time-consuming process of removing tiles and making good the surface of the walls, the video features Fibo’s innovative Aqualock system in action.
The tongue-and-groove system, which simply clicks in to place, makes installation up to five times quicker than tiles and is totally waterproof once sealed.
Scott Beattie, MD of Fibo UK, commented: “We’re really proud of our high quality wall panels, so we’re excited that this video gives all of our customers – from merchants through to specifiers – a chance to see how easy they are to install.
“The finished bathroom is a great example of how to mix and match panels to create a bespoke look, including using wall panels to box-in the bath.”
The step–by–step video also demonstrates the tools needed to complete the process, including close-ups of how easy it is to cut panels to size without the risk of cracking, as well as a real-life demonstration of Fibo’s new range of accessories that help to achieve a perfect finish.
To find out how your projects can benefit from Fibo’s high quality, easy to install wall panels, call 01494 771 242 or email [email protected]fibo.co.uk to request your free sample.
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