Board-Formed Concrete Sample
What is Board-Formed Concrete Sample?
The name board-formed concrete comes from the concrete wall pouring process. Traditionally the concrete is poured into forms. The forms are made with wooden planks, and when the form is removed, you’re left with a wood wall pattern in your concrete wall.
What makes our board-formed concrete unique, is we do the same process but the concrete panels are only 1/4” thick of real poured concrete. They are reinforced with meshing to reinforce the thin concrete.
The panels are also coated with a scratch, impact, water & stain resistant industrial coating. Each panel also has a perfectly-sized stagger to help hide the joints.
Step 1: First Row: First make sure it is level. Cut stagger off first panel, and install with adhesive and/or screws. Put caulking on edge of first panel and install second panel (squishing the adhesive). Continue until you make your cut on the final piece in first row.
Step 2: Second Row: Use the cut piece to start your second row. Continue in this fashion until your final row.
Step 3: Final Row: The final row is installed in the same fashion, but you may first need to cut the entire panel(s) lengthwise.