A: Hi Paul. Panels are 12” x 48” can be configured anyway you choose.
A: Hi There, There actually isn't any min/max mounting height for the panels...it's entirely dependent on your needs and your space! Some folks choose to run their panels all the way down to the floor, and others choose to start their panels at the lowest point where they plan to mount their cabinet, hooks, or other accessories. Totally up to you!
A: Whatever height works for you. Mine is 2’ off the floor so I put shorter items low. Height is 7’, however I would mount higher except I have a hanging shelf unit above it.
A: These panels can be mounted as high or low as the customer needs brackets . Generally 2 to 3’ from the finished floor.
A: Hi Daniel, we actually offer this with white panels, no spray paint needed! https://www.homedepot.com/p/Flow-Wall-36-in-H-x-96-in-W-Modular-Garage-Slat-Wall-Panel-Set-with-Storage-Hooks-in-White-14-Piece-FWS-4812-6WB11/204181019
A: As long as it is paint either primed or compatible with the base plastic material. Otherwise, you will have adhesion problems.
A: Hi Dean, yes, the 8' long panel pieces can be cut to whatever length is needed. One thing to note, you would run short on the trim pieces that attach to each end of the panel pieces since you'd have twice as many panel pieces if they were cut in half, but those can be purchased separately if you want to have trim pieces on the end of all your panel pieces.
A: Yes. The individual panels are 4 x 1 feet and can be placed on multiple walls. There are enough edge pieces to cover the edges of each individual panel so you can still maintain a finished look even on two walls.
A: Yes it can, I put mine up together however it would also hold more and be less crowded split on 2 different walls.