Internal Corner Trim - 7mm
Our PVC extrusions range is designed to be used in conjunction with any of our paneling systems. These 5mm, 7mm and 10mm PVC extrusions are 2.7 metres long and 2.4 metres long and are available in a variety of profiles and 2 finishes. Use them with our PVC wall panels to join corners and cap edges to give a polished finish to your job.
Our extrusions are manufactured from the highest grade PVC to ensure optimum durability.
Length: 2.7M (2700mm)
Colour: White, Silver & Black
Suitable For: 7mm Ceiling & Wall panels
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Shower Panel and Wall Panel Trims - Profile Guide
Our TRIM range is designed to be used in conjunction with any of our panelling systems. Use them with our PVC wall panels to join corners and cap edges to give a polished finish to your job.
External corners serve the same purpose as the external angles, the only difference being the way they are fitted. The external corners have a slot either side for the panels to slide into.
These are generally used around doorways, or where your wall starts and ends where you are only paneling 1 wall. The panel simply slots into the groove, the trim is fitted to your wall first and the panels simply slot into the groove.
External angles are a multipurpose trim ideal for external corners, window bays and other angles. They are usually preferred over the external corner trims due to the fact they can simply be stuck over the top of the panels with adhesive.
Coving trims are used to create a decorative finish around the edge of your ceiling. They have a slot for your ceiling panels, however this can simply be cut away to leave the main trim which can then be simply attached over the top of your panels for easier installation.
These trims can be tricky to miter in the corners so it helps to have an off cut to practice with.
Internal corners are the reverse of our external corners and have slots either side for the wall panels.
Quadrant trims are perfect for a wide variety of finished such as internal corners, around your floor or around your ceiling and simply stick into the corners of your walls.