Bathroom Wall Panels
In our experience, we know that most panels end up in bathrooms on the wall, but they are suitable for use around the home in a range of different applications. See the following sections to find out if bathroom wall panels could provide the ideal covering for walls and ceilings in your home.
You will sometimes see the term bathroom cladding used on our site – this is just another term used for panels. It is usually specifically associated with standard, narrow-width PVC panels but it can be used more generally to refer to any product that covers the walls of a bathroom.
Unlike ceramic bathroom tiles, bathroom panels are warm to the touch so condensation will not form on them, therefore mould growth is inhibited. Wall panels are therefore very well suited to areas of the house with high humidity such as the bathroom. But they are equally effective in a shower room, kitchen, wet room or utility room. There is no grout so cleaning is simplicity itself, just a quick wipe over with soapy water. Bathroom cladding can be installed over tiles providing they are fixed securely. Its honeycomb structure lends a degree of heat and noise insulation to any surface to which it is attached.
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