|Nominal Product Length (ft.)||4||Nominal Product Thickness (in.)||1/4|
|Nominal Product Width (ft.)||4|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Product warranted against glue or bond failure. Product replacement provided.|
A: Hi, I would recommend checking at Home Depot. They will know the best option and product for you to use while installing your panel!
A: You need to consider expansion when the bath room is hot and humid. I successfully used this as an insert panel in shaker style cabinet doors because the groove in the frame allows for expansion and they look great, but I do not recommend these for the wall if they are installed without a gap between panels. I used PVC beadboard for the wall (not available at Home Depot) and it can withstand hot humid conditions without expanding and warping. PVC material also does not rot when wet. PVC can be installed with adhesive so there are no nail holes. If you stain these oak panels I recommend that you apply a sanding sealer first before staining.
A: Hi Clyde, Yes, the panel can be used for wall application in a bathroom. I'm sure you plan on sealing the panel with paint or stain.
A: Yes it is. It’s expensive but looks awesome as a wainscoting in a mud room or dining room. I went looking for a panel last week but it’s a order item. I wanted to use it for a panel in a cabinet door for a cabinet I’m building for the garage
A: This product is for 1 4x4 sheet