A: I have seen no such piece at either offerings by Home Depot or other ProSlat retailers. I can't imagine what such a piece would look like as it would have to be angled such that your Proslat pieces would have to be mitre cut into the corners, not that that can't be done, but then screwing in the slat board in the corner would also have to be done at a 45 degree angle and might impact the fit of the next board on top of it. Proslat is intented to be square cut and fit into corners with overlap. The trim pieces do match up quite well and it still looks good.
A: Proslat does not make an inside corner trim. However, for corners you would use the J-trim that come in the box. For any installation questions, please feel free to contact us at 1-888-691-2944 ext. 215.
A: Not that I know of. I never had to use one in my installations. I don’t see it listed on the proslat.com website. You probably can call them and ask.
A: As long as the screws are in wood studs at every 16" then you may install it over a stucco wall finish. Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional installation questions for this application [1-888-691-2944 x 215].
A: Hello, that's a great question. Yes you can cut the panels for your outlets or anything else on your wall and still connect your panels together for a clean look. We have a video "How to install slatwall Extra's" on our youtube channel explaining how to do this. I would highly recommend this video, the outlet part specifically starts around 4:30 in the video. I hope this helps!
A: Yes, all of our Slatwall items include the trims and hardware required for installation. This item comes with enough trims to cover an 8x4' section (1 x L trim for the top, 2 x J trims fit for the left and right sides, and 1x J trim for the bottom).