Each piece of the 6.25 covers 5 square feet on the wall. It takes 20 pieces to cover 100 square feet
Yes I bought it for my proyect easy to work with I do recommend
Each piece cover 5 square feet on the wall. You would need about 160 pieces
Each piece 6.25 piece covers 5 square feet on the wall. You would need 800 pieces to cover 4000sqft
Yes. It works good. Better is a chop saw like for molding cutting. It’s clean and square edged. I put these up on a ceiling using an air powered 18 mm, 1 1/2” long staple gun. Two in each truss. Looks excellent!
if product comes in 1600 sq ft units how much would each unit weigh?
Technically, is okay, but we prefer that you run the siding to the trim.
Likely this has also come and passed. Simply multiply the board width that will show by the length of the board and divide into 480 SF. For this board, it would cover in theory 7.2 SF. Dividing 480 SF by 7.2 SF equals 66.67 boards to cover 480 SF. Add a few extra boards for waste and mistakes. Ignore openings such as windows and doors unless very large.
@5 boards covers 100 square feet and there is 308 pieces on a pallet
Laying flat and fully supported is the best way to transport our product.