plastic bath panel fitting instructions

Fitting a wooden bath panel First you have to measure the space between the underside and the floor of the bath rim by using a measuring tape. Get a slab (preferably a wooden slab) and attach it to the bottom of the panel towards the back fit into the space you have measured earlier using a 12mm screw. 【Get Price】

Most baths come with plastic bath panels which can be a real pain to fix in position. We are always looking for the simple way to do things and fitting a bath panel does not always need to have complicated frames built to accommodate them. There are many types of bath and an enormous number of bath panels. 【Get Price】

The first section of our bath panel installation guide details instructions of how to fit a front panel only so be wary of this before commencing with Step 1. For advice on fitting end bath panels refer to the section entitled ‘Fitting your Front and End Bath Panels’ lower down the page. Step 1 – Measure your bath panel 【Get Price】

The panels are tongue and groove and slot together quickly and easily. Cutting the panels to size. Our PVC panels can be cut easily with basic hand tools such as a Stanley knife hacksaw or even circular saw. If using a Stanley knife simply score across the width of the panel and then it should break off in a straight line. 【Get Price】

Whilst fitting a bath panel can be a good way to save time and money you should always hire a qualified professional to plumb and install your products. The instructions above are simply a guide to fitting your new acrylic bath panels and shouldn’t be used to attempt full plumbing and installation. 【Get Price】