3 simple steps
Select the right surface for your project then create your own personal design by following those three reel easy steps.
Using a level, draw a reference line on the clean and dry surface on which you plan to install the planks.
Remove paper adhesive line and manipulate the pieces in order to avoid touching the adhesive surface or getting it wet or dirty.
Align one edge along the guideline or adjacent row keeping TIMBERWALL planks at an angle. When satisfied, gently press it to the surface and hold it down for few seconds.
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TIMBERWALL becomes the easiest way to adorn your interior.
The pattern options available when installing TIMBERWALL are endless. Horizontal, vertical or even diagonal patterns can be explored to create your very own design.
TIMBERWALL Peel & Stick
Congratulations! You have purchased your very own design piece from TIMBERWALL. You are about to adorn your walls with the most innovative peel and stick real solid wood wall paneling system the world has to offer. Before you start, make sure you have all the materials you need to realize and finalize your project.
The beauty of our products is not confined to their innovative architecture and appearance. Our products have been carefully designed and thought out so that the process of creating your very own personal design is simplified to allow you to achieve professional results in no time. Before installing your TIMBERWALL peel and stick real solid wood paneling, carefully read all the installation guidelines and follow all the steps outlined, including all recommendations provided to ensure proper installation and best results.
RECOMMENDATIONS for best results:
The properties of the product – TIMBERWALL proudly offers products that are made of real natural solid wood. We believe using an all-natural product is the only way to bring authenticity to a living space. You won’t find paper-thin wood veneer in our collections!
It is important to know that TIMBERWALL real solid wood is a genuinely natural product, and each piece in a box will have a unique structure, color and texture. It is also important to know that like any other wood product, TIMBERWALL real solid wood will respond to humidity variations by expanding and contracting in width, length and thickness. Slight plank movement and cupping might appear and are normal. These changes simply add authenticity to the product and overall aesthetics. That is the beauty of the natural properties of real solid wood! The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any movement in the planks.
Select the right surface for your project – TIMBERWALL is suitable for indoor application only. It is recommended that the product be applied on painted drywall or plasterboard only. TIMBERWALL products should not be used in wet, damp areas or near intense heat sources. For optimal appearance, we recommend you install TIMBERWALL on a surface that has previously been painted with a color that matches the TIMBERWALL colors. This will ensure a uniform look in case of slight plank movement. Surfaces must be completely clean and dry prior to installation.
Temperature and indoor relative humidity – Acclimatize the pieces at a temperature between 18° and 30° Celsius (65°F and 85°F) for 72 hours prior to installation. Maintain the indoor relative humidity between 40% to 60% at all times.
Create your own personal design by mixing colors –
Because each piece varies in color and appearance, make sure to carefully mix pieces from different boxes to ensure a blended and unique natural custom look. Once installed, the planks are not easily repositionable. Should a piece need to be removed, the surface will need to be reconditioned. Once your design has been finalized, follow the three easy installation steps.
CHECKLIST TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES NEEDED
Level and/or cross laser level
Miter box with handsaw, manual or electrical miter saw
Personal protective equipment is needed while cutting and installing the TIMBERWALL. Use protective glasses and gloves, and protect your clothes to avoid wood chips. You will also need a broom to sweep your room once your project is completed.
STEP 1 – ACCLIMATIZE YOUR TIMBERWALL WOOD PIECES
TIMBERWALL real solid wood collections will respond to humidity variations by expanding and contracting in width, length and thickness. Slight plank movement and cupping might appear and are normal. These changes add authenticity to the product and overall aesthetics. That is the beauty of the natural properties of real solid wood. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any movement in the planks. Acclimatize the wood pieces at a temperature between 18° and 30° Celsius (65°F and 85°F) for 72 hours prior to installation. Maintain the indoor relative humidity between 40% to 60% at all times. We recommend that you leave the TIMBERWALL box or boxes open in the room where you will realize your project.
STEP 2 – PROJECT SITE/INSPECTION AND CLEANING SURFACES
The TIMBERWALL is suitable for indoor wall application only. Our wall planks may be applied to painted drywall and plasterboard only. The project site should not be exposed to the elements, and all receiving walls should be completely clean and dry. TIMBERWALL should not to be used in wet, damp areas or near intense heat sources.
Strip off flexible coverings such as wallpaper, scrape away loose paint and remove nails or anything protruding from surfaces. Your surface should be clean and free of any loose material or debris before any planks are installed. Remove and set aside all wall plates and baseboards if needed for your project. They can be reinstalled after the TIMBERWALL is installed. For optimal appearance, we recommend that your surfaces be painted in a color that matches the TIMBERWALL wood planks you chose. Your wall may already be the color tone you need to match your wood. Make sure to follow the paint manufacturer’s instructions for application and optimal paint dryness. Even if the surface already looks clean, dust builds up fast. The presence of various indoor contaminants diminishes the ability of the adhesive to adhere. Consequently, surfaces must be cleaned with water and soap before the installation of wood planks. The surface should be completely dry and structurally capable of supporting the TIMBERWALL. If you plan on hanging any decorative items on your wall after installation, make sure to identify the supporting studs prior to applying the planks.
STEP 3 – CREATING A DESIGN WITH, INSTALLING AND ENJOYING THE TIMBERWALL
Make sure you have enough space and light as well as all required equipment on hand to achieve your project. Spread out and mix planks from different TIMBERWALL boxes. Find inspiration from the patterns provided on www.timberwall.co, and create your very own design. It is important to know that TIMBERWALL real solid wood is a genuinely natural product, and each piece in a box will demonstrate a unique structure, color and texture. Using a level, draw your reference line on the clean and dry surface on which you plan to install your TIMBERWALL. Keep in mind that you must install wood pieces from the bottom up. Remove the paper from the adhesive lines and manipulate the pieces with care. Avoid getting them wet or dirty. Align one edge along the reference line or adjacent row, keeping the TIMBERWALL pieces at an angle so they don’t stick to the wall right away. Once installed, the planks are not repositionable. Should a piece need to be removed, the surface will need to be reconditioned. When ready to install, ensure the piece is correctly aligned where it will be positioned. Hold down and apply pressure to the entire piece for a minimum of ten seconds. The adhesive will reach its peak adherence after 24 hours. Trim the pieces as required, fitting them against adjacent or predefined surfaces. Pay special attention to the edges and ends, and make sure to leave a 1/8” space at all corners and a ¼” space at the top and bottom of the wall. Should you encounter adhesion issues with TIMBERWALL, it is likely that the surface was still damp before application, that it was not cleaned properly or that the wall isn’t completely straight or plumb. TIMBERWALL is a real wood product. In the event of curling or non-sticking, just apply a few tack or pin nails to the plank.
Clean your workspace, and do not hesitate to keep the leftover planks for other innovative projects! Take some time to admire what you have accomplished: your very own personal wood wall design! Please do not hesitate to share the end result with us at email@example.com or via social media using #mytimberwallproject.
DESIGNING PATTERNS AND IDEAS
It is important to know that the TIMBERWALL is made of real solid wood. It is a genuinely natural product, and each piece in a box will demonstrate a unique structure, color and texture. We believe using an all-natural product is the only way to bring authenticity to a living space. TIMBERWALL can be installed as a full wall, a corner wall, a half wall or a middle wall. Horizontal, vertical and diagonal patterns are the most common ways to install pieces from the collection, but they can also create a great design for a mirror frame, bed posts or any other application you might imagine. The possibilities are endless!
Clean when necessary using a dry cloth or feather duster. Avoid using detergent and water.
All boxes are thoroughly inspected to ensure you receive only the finest pieces we manufacture and finish. As all our products are natural, some variations in grading might occur. It is the installer’s responsibility to check the suitability of all pieces prior to installation. A non-compliant product should not be installed. If it is installed, it will be considered as accepted. In the highly unlikely event any visible defects are found, you should contact your supplier immediately. Do not install pieces you suspect are defective.
Installation must be done indoors, and temperature must be maintained between 18° and 30° Celsius (65°F and 85°F). Do not install TIMBERWALL in rooms with high humidity levels such as a sauna or bathroom. Do not install TIMBERWALL near intense heat sources such as fireplaces and stoves.
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the project site is clean and suitable and that the pieces are correctly installed. The manufacturer and distributor accept no responsibility under normal conditions for failure due to incorrect or inappropriate installation. The TIMBERWALL has no structural properties that allow hanging anything directly to the product. As the material is extremely adhesive, do not apply anywhere except on appropriate surfaces. Keep out of reach of children.
For questions, keep the references provided on the product packaging.
www.timberwall.co / firstname.lastname@example.org
For interior use only.
STEP 1 – ACCLIMATIZE YOUR TIMBERWALL PRO
Acclimatize the wood pieces at a temperature between 18° and 30° Celsius (65°F and 85°F) for 72 hours or longer prior to installation. Maintain the indoor relative humidity between 40% to 60% at all times.
TIMBERWALL PRO real solid wood collections will respond to humidity variations by expanding and contracting in width, length and thickness. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any movement in the planks.
Please note: This product is not recommended to be used in wet, damp and high humidity areas or near intense heat.
STEP 2 – PROJECT SITE/INSPECTION AND CLEANING SURFACES
The surface should be completely dry and structurally capable of supporting the TIMBERWALL PRO. Identify the supporting studs before starting the installation.
STEP 3 – INSTALLATION
Apply a bead of construction adhesive on the back of the first plank. Ensure the first plank is level and plumb. Face nail the first plank, spacing the nails 24 inches apart. Continue to add planks to the wall to the adjacent plank leaving a 1/8-inch gap at all corners for expansion and contraction. Use construction adhesive and finishing nails to secure each pieces on the wall. For superior strength, it is best to drive nail into stud every 16 to 24 inches when possible. It may be necessary to trim the last piece to fit into the corner.