A: There are many other materials better suited for application near the heat of a wood stove. Although PVC is not highly flammable, it would be susceptible to distortion above 140 degrees F, and this temperature could easily be reached near a wood stove. Drywall, ceramic tile, metal, Formica, and other such materials would be a superior choice near elevated temperatures.
A: Hello, We do not recommend placing the slatwall near any heat sources as this can warp and even melt the pvc.
A: The slatwall itself has some flexibility as you bend it a bit to install it in the trim channels. I would say it slightly flexible, so the bend in your wall would need to be slight and gradual. I would also say the trim pieces are even less flexible and if you purchased just one of the u-channel trim pieces, you would be able to tell from that alone if it would work. If the trim had enough bend in it for your wall, I think it would work.
A: Hello, Yes there is some flexibility to the PVC Slatwall. It may depend on how curved the wall is. Thank you,
A: There are 10 panels that make up one 8 x 4 box!
A: Hi Joann, Thank you for your question. If installed indoors with indirect sunlight from a window or an open garage door should not cause the color to fade. Thank you,
A: Don’t know; it’s plastic so prolonged exposure to direct sunlight over a substantial period of time may affect the coloration.
A: Assembled and attached to inside garage wall. Color is s stable and has shown no fading.