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Wall types

we recommend that the panels are fixed directly to your wall - there are holes on the back of the panels which can be used. we recommend different fixing methods depending on what type of wall you are hanging the panels

We recommend that you screw directly into the wall using a 20mm screw with a good thread.

Use timber screws only preferably use a screw with a large head for more coverage. 

Use nylon nail wall plugs. Simply pre-drill a hole, place the panel on the wall and hammer the plug. Alternatively, you could pre drill a hole, add a plastic plug and screw. 

Use nylon nail wall plugs. 

Use dark coloured tie wraps to hold in place. 

Screw directly to the fence. If the fence is not solid, you could use dark coloured tie wraps to secure it.

The panels can also be hung on hooks if necessary.

Installation step by step guide

Also make sure each panel is orientated the same way before fixing by checking the holes & clips are all orientated in the same way.

We recommend painting your wall black or dark green for the best finish.

When you begin, start from the top left and work your way across.

Use a spirit level to mark a guide line for fixing points across the top of your wall. 

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Put your next panel in place and screw the top using your guideline to keep level.

Clip the two panels together using the clips on the sides of the panel. 

Repeat this process until the top row is finished. Screw the top of the panel to ensure it is fixed completely flat to the wall.

Once the first row is clipped in place and fixed to the wall on the top and bottom, move on to the second row. 

Use the clips on the edge of the panels to lock the next row in place. Once clipped in place, screw the panels to the wall to secure the panels. 

Repeat until you have finished

Once finished be sure to tease out the foliage, so it is lush and full. This is particularly relevant where the panels join , we recommend you do this in order to hide the joins