TOOLS

WEEKEND WALLS IS DESIGNED TO BE EASY TO INSTALL, NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED! THESE ARE THE TOOLS WE RECCOMEND TO HAVE BEFORE YOU START YOUR INSTALLATION

1. TAPE MEASURE

2. LEVEL & PENCIL

3. SPEED SQUARE

4. J-ROLLER

5. YOUR CHOICE OF TOOL FOR CUTTING. THE EASIEST METHOD OF CUTTING IS A CHOP SAW, ADDITIONALLY USING A JIG SAW, MITER SAW, OR EVEN A BOX CUTTER WILL WORK.

acclimate

When you receive your material, take it out of the box and let it acclimate to your room for at least three days. It is important for wood to equalize with its environment before sticking it to your wall.

PLACING YOUR FIRST PIECE

Before you start, make sure to wipe your wall down so you have a clean surface for the boards to stick to.

we recommend starting in the middle of your wall, this will eliminate ending up with all short pieces on one side of your wall.

1. With a level, mark a straight line on your wall. You will use this line to put your first piece on the wall

STAGGER THE BOARDS

When you are making your wall, just focus on a couple rows across at a time. Remember to stagger your boards, this is what helps to create the final look. you want to avoid the ends of the boards lining up with surrounding pieces.

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APPLYING PRESURE

cutting weekend walls

ALTERNATE METHODS FOR CUTTING WEEKEND WALLS

Although using a chop saw or a jig saw are the easiest ways to cut Weekend Walls, they are not the only way. A simple miter saw will work, even if you dont own a saw you can use a box cutter.

When using a box cutter, use a straight edge to make sure you cut straight. Score each side three times and simply snap off.