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Ever think about making your own veneer? Well I’m gonna show you how! Its really not that hard and the benefits are worth the extra effort. Making your own veneer is a great way to conserve high quality material. If you have a one-of-a-kind piece of figured wood, why not slice it up and use it in three or four projects instead of just one? So fire up the bandsaw cause we’re cutting our own veneer!
General Blade Recommendation
1/2″ – 3/4″ blade with 3-4 Teeth Per Inch, Hook Configuration (big gullets) and minimal set.
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Fasade Glue Up Ceiling Tile Installation
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Main Installation Steps:
0:27 Ceiling surface prep
0:30 Plan on graph paper
0:46 Snap chalk line in center of ceiling
1:08 Clean back of panel with alcohol
1:18 Cut panels to size
1:40 Apply Loctite PL adhesive
2:16 Apply first panel in corner
2:40 Overlap edges of panels
3:19 Installing crown molding
Today I’ll show you how easy it us to update the look of any room in your home using Fasade ceiling panels. When we’re done, you’ll be amazed at the beautiful transformation of the room.
Before installing your new Fasade ceiling, make sure your ceiling surface is prepped. Lightly sand any glossy surfaces to remove sheen. Plan and map your ceiling on graph paper before beginning your installation. Locate and draw any light fixtures, heating vents, intersecting hallways, closets or doorways. Sometimes these features can influence starting points, tile placement and finished ceiling design.
If there are no obstructing elements, simply snap a chalk line in the center of the ceiling or at 24 inches, where your first row will be. Keep in mind that ceilings are not always perfectly square so chalk lines may need to be adjusted before you begin installing your tiles. For more details on ceiling planning and layout, see the installation section of our website.
It’s important to clean the back of each panel with rubbing alcohol and a soft cloth. Otherwise the adhesive may not stick properly. Cut the ceiling panels to size using a sharp utility knife, scissors or tin snips. When using a utility knife, use a steel straight edge as a guide. Apply light pressure on the first pass with the blade. Then gradually increase the pressure on a few more passes. The preferred method for installing Fasade glue up panels is to use Loctite PL Premium adhesive, either in a 28-oz. or 10-oz. tube. Apply a 3/16” to a ¼” diameter bead of adhesive. Keep the adhesive to about a half inch from the outside edges to prevent leakage. Be sure to read and follow the manufacturer’s directions for the adhesive.
A 10-oz. tube covers about 16 square feet or 4 2×2 panels. A 28-oz. tube covers about 40 square feet or 10 panels. Be sure to get good coverage.
Install your panel in one corner of the room starting farthest away from its entry point. If you aren’t using border panels, like our ceiling here, begin in a corner and work outwards. Overlap the first 3/8” of subsequent panels where the ridges and dots align. It goes fast when your layout and first few panels are done.
There are several ways to finish the edges of your ceiling. Trim pieces, crown molding or quarter round stock are all good options. We finished off the edges of our ceiling here with our matching Fasade crown molding. It’s available in two great styles and every finish color and provides a beautiful finishing touch to your project.
This kitchen and dining area now has a beautiful new look. In just a few simple steps, we’ve updated a plain painted ceiling with a fresh new decor. It’s easy, affordable and available in hundreds of styles and finishes.