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Basement Refinishing - Installing Wall Panels

The following guide will teach you basement refinishing by installing wall panels

 


Spray a bead of low-expansion foam in the milled groove between Insulated Panels.

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1. Basement Refinishing
Edge of Panel

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2. Basement Refinishing
Edge of Pane

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3. Basement Refinishing
Second Sheet
Installation

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4.Basement Refinishing
Drilling Pilot Hole

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Screw In

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Installed Joint

 

Typical basement refinishing wall panel installation time is 100 square feet per hour.  You can get the job done fast! Tongue and groove edges press-fit together quickly and easily, constructing a solid insulated floor over concrete.

Preparation

  1. Make sure concrete wall is clean.
  2. If you are planning on installing a Subfloor, now is the perfect time to do it.

NOTE : OvrX Barricade Insulated Subflooring Tiles are a perfect solution to use with the Insulated Wall Panels.

 

Installation

  1. Install IWP (Insulated Wall Panels) starting in a corner beveling (see beveling) the board with a 45 angle on the top part of the drop lap (this allows for NO wood to be exposed to the concrete). Make certain the panel is plumb at right angles (at 90°). Also leave a 1 1/4" gap at bottom for installation of Subfloor. (See Inside Corner tips)
  2. Install 2 cement fasteners to the board along the beveled side 2" from the edge of the OSB. (one 16" from top and one 16" from bottom).
  3. Get second panel. Match up drop lap. Push into place. (Don't forget to leave your 1 1/4" gap at bottom for installation of Subfloor).
  4. Install 2 cement fasteners to the board along the matched up side 2" from the edge of the OSB. (one 16" from top and one 16" from bottom).
  5. Continue on with installation for your basement refinishing.

NOTE : For ceilings greater then 8', lay the panels horizontally to achieve the height following the 2 cement fastener rule then one and so on.

Inside Corner Tips


Bevel one groove and one tongue edge to a 45° angle so that you get nice, clean and protected corner (with no wood exposed to the concrete).

 

Outside Corner Tips


Bevel one groove and one tongue edge to a 45° angle so that you get nice, clean and protected corner (with no wood exposed to the concrete).

Electrical Installation


Cut a block of wood the same size as the electrical outlet box; the thickness of
the block should ensure that the edge of the electrical outlet box will be flush with the drywall. During basement refinishing, fasten the wood block onto the concrete substrate with concrete fasteners.

Place panel over the wood block and tap it with your hand. By doing this, an imprint of the block is formed on the back side of the board. Turn over the board, cut out the imprint. Now drill some guide holes through the OSB. One in the centre and one on each end. Turn panel over and, using your square, draw your outline. Cut out hole. Flip panel back over and cut out 1/2" deep channel on the front of the board with a utility knife to accommodate the electrical wiring.

CAUTION:

  • SOME PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW YOU TO DO YOUR OWN ELECTRICAL WORK. IN OTHERS, YOU NEED A PERMIT.
  • CHECK YOUR BUILDING CODE FOR RULES & REGULATIONS.
  • OvrX RECOMMENDS THAT ELECTRICAL WORK BE DONE BY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS ONLY.

 

Plumbing Installation


To put the IWP's around plumbing fixtures which protrude from the wall, make certain that you measure properly and then cut out from the closest edge. Cut the piece that is left over to fill hole. Use cement fasteners as needed. Areas behind the plumbing which are to small for IWP, can be filled with a polystyrene compatible spray foam insulation.

 

Bevelling Boards


This is done to provide corners with no wood exposed to the cement. How you do this is you take your circular saw and you adjust the guide. This can also be done with a jigsaw, giving you a cleaner look for your basement refinishing.

 

Barricade™ Basement Refinishing Wall Panels Calculator

 

How Many Wall Panels do I need?

Total linear feet of your exterior walls divided by 2 then multiply 1.10 give you the recommended number of panels.

Total Linear Footage: Total OvrX tiles:

 

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