RealCast Slab concrete panels are an authentic re-creation to the poured concrete look. These panels have been made using real concrete poured into a mold, and then reinforced with meshing.
We have a selection of colours to choose from to fit any space.
Real Concrete Panels.
REAL CONCRETE PANELS
One of the most significant hurdles to overcome with real concrete walls is how difficult and expensive they are to install. That is what makes RealCast Slab panels such a fantastic product. The panelized system and lightweight profile of these panels allows you to put concrete on any surface you wish.
Installing RealCast Slab panels doesn't require any special tools or a tradesperson. Using a strong adhesive or screws you'll have a modern and fresh concrete feature wall in an afternoon.
Weighing in at only 2.5 lb. per square foot, this featherweight panel can be installed anywhere.
Simple to install
Panels simply butt up to the next panel and are fastened by screws (but can be glued as well) to the wall. This gives you the freedom to install virtually anywhere.
Since these panels are a DIY'ers dream, you will save time and money on the cost of installation versus traditional concrete walls.
Easy To Cut
Unlike other concrete panels, due to the concrete being so thin, they are easy and fast to cut.
You Can Do It
Typically installing concrete walls is a massive undertaking. That's not the case with these DIY friendly concrete panels.
One size doesn't always
RealCast Slab panels are available in 2 panel sizes.
24" x 48" panels:
SQ.FT. PER PANEL: 8
48" x 48" panels:
SQ.FT. PER PANEL: 16
installation is easy.
RealCast Slabs are easy to cut and install. No matter if you're installing onto drywall, wood, or almost any substrate, the panels can be installed using adhesive or mechanically fastened with screws. With a few simple tools, a bit of elbow grease, and an hour or two, you'll have your very own cast concrete wall.
Just a taste
Love what you see but want to get a sample? We offer samples of all our products.
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Now that you know all about the panels, the last thing to do is choose your favorite color.