PVC panels can be fastened to walls and ceilings using wooden or metal sheathing, and a mounting adhesive, if the surface is fairly smooth. If the panels are attached to the frame, the space between the panels and the wall (or ceiling) can be filled with insulation material or soundproof material.
To begin assembling the panels, make a frame of wooden bars or mounting profile. If the panels will be mounted vertically, the crate should be performed in the horizontal direction. The less distance between the bars of the frame, the harder will eventually surface.
If you make a wooden frame, then fasten it to the panel using mounting clips or small nails. If the frame is made of a special mounting profile for fastening panels use mounting brackets.
Start the installation of PVC panels from one of the corners of the room by anchoring the inner corner or the finish item. Then you can start to install the panels by inserting them into the grooves and do not forget to secure the panel at each bar or mounting profile sheathing.
If the surface of walls or ceiling can do without the frame, the panels can be performed with structural adhesive "Liquid nails". For this cut the panel the desired length, then apply it on the back evenly a small amount of adhesive and attach the panel to the wall or ceiling.
The panels are inserted one after the other to the corner of the wall, window or doorway where they should turn over internal or external area. After completing the installation, you need to install skirting and other decorative items that hide the edges of the panels.