A good start is half the battle!

  • Your work materials? A plunge-cut saw or jigsaw, spirit level and masking tape.
  • Determine the substructure (metal or wooden studs, wooden grid or ceiling laths).
  • Calculate the width of your start and end panel:
  • Divide the distance from your wall by the width of the panel (600 mm). Subtract the number of panels to arrive at a number between 1 and 1.99. Multiply this number bo 600 mm and divide by two.
  • Remember to include an expansion joint of 1 mm per running metre.

Need further information? Watch this video. 👉

One, two, three, CLICK! 

  • Remove the prong from the first panel and place it perfectly level. Make sure there is at least 10 mm of tolerance at the bottom. You can use a piece of Clicwall for this, which you then remove after securing the panel.
  • Secure the first panel with dabs of MS polymer sealer on the left side. Next, place a screw or staple (on the dotted line) in the groove every 400 mm.
  • Place the next panel at a 30 degree angle to the previous panel and click it into place. Secure the groove side every 40 cm with wood screws, self-drilling screws or staples.
  • If necessary, cut the last panel to size using a jigsaw.

Prefer an instructional video? Watch all the steps here. 👉

Time for the finishing touch

Want to ensure a perfect finish to the inner and outer corners of your wall linings or partition walls? Or do you want to incorporate windows or doors? Corner profiles and skirting boardsare what you need to ensure a flawless and professional finish.

Watch the video for more info. 👉

easy-to-clean Clicwall system walls in education

Tips for an impeccable look

Want to keep your Clicwall panels looking fantastic? No problem! A soft cloth, lukewarm water and all-purpose cleaner get the job done. There is no need for any special cleaning products.

See the maintenance instructions

A picture says more than a thousand words, right?

These short, one-minute installation videos guide you step by step through the installation of your Clicwall wall system, whether this is your first time or you're an experienced professional. 

Perpendicular metal substructure

Perpendicular wooden substructure

Installing the first panel

Securing to a metal surface finish

Securing to a wooden surface finish with screws

Securing to a wooden surface finish with staples

Cutting the aluminium profile

Inner corner aluminium profile

Outer corner aluminium profile

Finishing with skirting boards

Any further questions?
See our Clicwall FAQ.