You’ve seen the gallery, you’ve imagined our products on your walls, but you want to know more before you take the plunge and commit to décor excellence. Will it work in your space? How do you measure? Where can you apply it? This is where you’ll find the answers to these questions and many more. It’s almost like we can read your mind.
Read on, for more information about installing Stikwood.
- The area was still damp before Stikwood was applied
- The area was not totally clean before hand.
If you would like to exchange products, it must be done within 30 days of delivery. Materials must be unused and returned in full. If you’re exchanging for a higher priced product, you will be responsible for covering the price difference.
Note: We recommend a 5% waste factor in your calculations when ordering.
- You need to measure the height and width of your space in inches.
- Multiply the two numbers.
- Divide the sum by 144. We recommend ordering 5% extra for trimming.
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