The easiest and least expensive technique for trex stainless steel hidden fasteners is with a face screw or a rivet directly inside the wooden plank and inside the substructure. However, this technique leaves the unsightly heads of the screws in view and allows moisture to penetrate the wood of the coating, which can damage the wood. the modern construction method uses a coating for ventilated facades, and offers fasteners for 25 mm linings that can save you time and money .
Trex stainless steel hidden fasteners are inserted into the hole of the fastener and passed through the external wood of the cladding to the substructure. This achieves the best thermal, acoustic and aesthetic insulation solution, all in a single design, and fixes the planks to the structure. Thanks to the fact that one of the sides of the planks is fixed, the planking boards can expand naturally across the width.
Thus, the uniform separation is maintained at all times and the penetration of moisture is prevented. The wood panels for coating must be installed on a substructure with sufficient strength and durability. The quality or treatment of the trex stainless steel hidden fasteners must comply with the corresponding local construction standards and specifications.