Wall panels offer a stunning design alternative to tiles and work as a waterproof solution for shower stalls. They are hygienic, easy to clean and look more attractive than traditional tile surrounds.
These 10mm thick panels are easy to install and are lightweight compared to the heavy materials needed for other surrounds. You should hire a bathroom specialist to install wet wall panels for the most reliable installation.
Easy To Clean
Wall panels don’t have the grouting of tiles which can harbour mildew and mould, instead they are waterproof and easy to clean. Simply washing them with soapy water will keep them looking brand new.
Depending on the material, some decorative wall panels may require a little more attention than others. For example, if your panels have patterns they are likely to collect dust and dirt over time which can discolour the surface.
Unlike tiles, wet wall panels are water resistant and prevent water from penetrating the walls. This makes them a great choice for areas exposed to direct moisture such as showers, bath surrounds and splash backs.
If you’re re-fitting a bathroom, you can usually fit these panels over existing tile without stripping them out. This saves time and mess when compared to a traditional tiling job.
Wet wall’s patented water-proof solution is durable and simple to work with, giving installers or DIY homeowners a fast and affordable alternative to traditional tile.
Wet wall panels are easy to install and are much simpler than a tricky tiling job. Using a basic kit of panelling, supporting trims and silicone, you can install bathroom wall panels in the whole room or just around a bath tub or shower cubicle.
The panels are 100% waterproof and have an anti-microbial surface to resist mould, mildew or bacteria. A simple wipe down with a cloth or non-abrasive cleaner is all that is needed to keep your wet walls looking good.
Wet wall panels are totally waterproof, which makes them a great choice for showers, bath surrounds and even kitchen walls. They also eliminate the need for grout in your bathroom, making them a hygienic alternative to tiles. They’re also resistant to mould, mildew and other bacteria, and will not stain. All you need is a non-abrasive cleaner and a towel to keep your wet wall panels clean.
As well as being extremely easy to maintain, wet wall panels are also very cost-effective. You’ll find a huge range of designs and finishes to choose from, with some even mimicking natural materials like marble and stone. The best part is that most of the products on offer are DIY friendly, so you can save on the cost of a professional installation service.