One board - various surface coatings.
If the wall is clad with Qboard® basiq reno, all kinds of wall coverings can be applied directly to it without any further preparation. Be it tiles, wallpaper, paint or plaster. The extra-smooth non-woven coating ensures that any material sticks perfectly to the wall. The integrated taper edges of the Qboard® basiq reno boards make it particularly easy to fill the board joints smoothly.
- Extra-smooth non-woven surface
- Integrated taper edge
- Wallpaper, paint, tiles, filler or plaster can be applied directly
- Waterproof polystyrene foam core ideal for wet rooms
- Lightweight for easy handling
- Compression proof
- Thermally insulating, also suitable for interior insulation
- Easy to use with simple tools
- Board dimensions: 1200 x 600 mm, 2600 x 600 mm
- Thickness: 12.5 and 20 mm
Any conventional tools: knives, cutters, handsaws, electric jigsaws, electric circular saws or circular table saws.
You can use sandpaper for precision work and if you need a hole, then just use a screwdriver.
Yes, surface finishes can be applied directly, such as: tiles, plaster or thin skim/finishing coats of plaster. Even wallpaper and paint can be applied to Qboard® basiq reno.
Tip: If you use filler or gypsum plaster, a primer will be needed. Follow the recommendations of the filler or gypsum plaster manufacturer.
Yes, the core of the Qboards® consists of extruded polystyrene foam, a synthetic material that has excellent thermal insulation properties. It has a thermal conductivity of approx. 0.035 W/(m·K).
No, Qboards are not soundproof.
Yes, it is possible to do so in principle, bearing in mind the application temperature limit for Qboard® construction boards, which is 75°C.
Screws don't stay in place permanently in the foam core. Therefore, larger/heavier objects have to be screwed through the construction boards to a firm subsurface behind them. However, smaller objects (up to about 3 kg) can be fixed directly into Qboard® construction boards using special spiral dowels (such as FID dowels from Fischer).