ACRYLIC INSTALLATION GUIDE
The Plastic Warehouse Guide To Installing Acrylic Sheets
If you’re someone who doesn’t work with plastics, or is thinking of doing some DIY work, it can be hard to know how to install those beautiful acrylic panels you’ve bought or cut (or are still thinking about).
Acrylic sheets are known by many common names in the market, such as Plexiglas® or Perspex, but these are all common brand names for the actual product, acrylic.
Acrylic is one of the most widely used plastics around, commonly being used in things such as signs, sneeze sneeze screens, pool fences, displays, windows, skylights, shopfitting, shelves and picture framing, as well as many more.
There’s a lot of options when it comes to cutting, fabricating or installing acrylic sheets so our recommendation is to refer to the experts. In this case, we’re talking about the people who manufacture PLEXIGLAS® – after all, they’re the people who invented the product.
If you’re wondering what thickness is needed for your application, what the best way to attach panels is, or how much room you need to allow for expansion, the PLEXIGLAS® Sheet Installation Guide will get you started. You can download that guide here:
PLEASE NOTE: apart from the recommendations given in this guide, for which we assume no legal responsibility, you must observe any standards, building codes or best practice which apply to the use of our product.
Australia’s Best Range Of Acrylic Sheets At Your Fingertips
Here at Plastic Warehouse, we offer the largest range of acrylic products direct to the public.
You can order standard size sheets and custom “Cut to Size” panels directly from our product pages. On the desired product page simply select “Cut to Size” from the drop down option.
You can view our range of acrylic sheets here.