PVC Tongue and Groove Cladding For Bathrooms & Wetrooms

Do you need cladding for your bathroom? Are you looking for PVC tongue and groove cladding? We are one of the largest cladding panel and splashback suppliers in the UK, that has a diverse range of cladding panel designs and colours to select from. The cladding panels we supply are the ideal alternative to tiled walls and grouting for bathrooms, wet rooms and kitchens.

The Cladding Store’s PVC tongue and groove cladding panels are a much better alternative for protecting walls and ceilings, and this is mainly because they’re easy to apply and convenient. These panels can be cleaned easily, and can be installed with glue, nails or screws. They are also more hygienic and cheaper than tiled walls and grouting.

We have various tongue and groove cladding panels for bathrooms, with different designs, patterns and colours. These panels look great whether in the bathroom, kitchen or wet room, and generally require very minimal maintenance. The panels will also protect the walls from moisture marks and splashes, and will have some aesthetically outstanding results. For more information on our tongue and groove cladding for bathrooms, you can visit our PVC Cladding Panels page.

We offer free delivery with all orders placed over £99.99, and to order the panels, just select the desired number and add them to basket. If you place the order before 3pm, it will be dispatched on the same working day.

The Cladding Store has a price match promise, where we will match the price if you can find a similar product from another supplier. This promise is only valid if its from another genuine cladding supplier based in the UK.

Do you need PVC tongue and groove cladding for your bathroom? Give The Cladding Store a call on 01274 728 031 or you can send an email to info@claddingstore.co.uk with any queries you have. Alternatively, you can input all relevant information into our Contact Form, and one of our customer service advisors will look to respond to the enquiry as soon as possible.

What Makes Tongue And Groove PVC Cladding So Sought After 

So many homeowners are choosing to use wall cladding and ceiling cladding in their homes, and this decor solution is considered to be one of the most popular available today. Instead of using traditional options like tiling and painting, many are beginning to reap the numerous benefits associated with this modern alternative instead. 

These days, there are lots of different types of interior cladding to choose from, yet one of the most popular remains to be tongue and groove cladding. A brilliant solution for various different rooms in the home. Below we have looked into the reasons why this cladding is so sought after. 

It neatly interlocks 

Tongue and groove cladding is specifically designed so that multiple panels can be joined together to make one flat surface. Each of the panels will feature a tongue that slots neatly into the next panel's groove, interlocking the panels. This makes the overall surface much more durable than it would be if other types of cladding panels were used. 

It doesn’t have visible join lines 

When installed, you won’t be able to see the joins between the cladding panels, creating a flawless finish to a wall. Whilst if you use something like wood effect or tile effect PVC cladding, you will have visible lines in the panels, these are purposeful to the design and not as a result of the installation. There is no better solution when you’re looking for seamless decor. 

It is waterproof 

The specially engineered locking system of tongue and groove cladding paired with the PVC material of the panels, creates a watertight surface. When installed on the walls in your home, you won’t have to worry about moisture related issues like damp and mould. This makes this particular solution perfect for rooms with higher humidity levels, like the bathroom. 

It can easily be kept clean 

Generally speaking, PVC is known for being one of the lowest maintenance materials and keeping PVC cladding panels clean couldn’t be more straightforward. Due to the fact that tongue and groove cladding provides a flat surface to clean too, there is no hassle involved with cleaning in any dips and dents in the wall decor either. 

It doesn’t require professional installation  

Unlike other decor solutions, tongue and groove PVC cladding is suitable for DIY installations and you don’t need any experience to create a professional finished look. You can simply glue, nail or screw these cladding panels to your wall and they will hide a number of imperfections. Minimal preparation work is required for this type of cladding to be installed as well.  

It isn’t expensive to purchase 

Many are drawn to PVC wall cladding because it costs considerably less than other materials available. You can pay as little as £5 for a high quality piece of decorative cladding that measures 260cm x 20cm x 6mm. Even when using cladding on every wall in a room, it is still one of the most budget-friendly options available to homeowners. 

Installing tongue and groove cladding in your home 

Should you be interested in trying something slightly different with your interior design, it goes without saying that tongue and groove PVC cladding is a brilliant choice. It is no surprise that so many homeowners are choosing to use wall panels, especially in rooms like the bathroom and the kitchen, and they really are a great alternative to traditional wall decor. Once you’ve installed PVC cladding, you will understand why it is so sought after. 

When searching for somewhere to purchase tongue and groove PVC cladding from, be sure to visit The Cladding Store website. We have a huge selection of different styles of cladding panels to choose from and whether you’re looking for something quite traditional or something more modern, you can trust that we will have numerous options for you to consider. If you need any guidance when choosing a design or advise about the installation of the panels, don’t hesitate to contact our team for some free support. We’re always happy to help. 

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