Pergo-Matic

Today, we started using up our stash of Pergo flooring that we sniped off eBay, to panel the walls.  First up was the annoying, kind of sloping, kind of curving space between the edge of the roof and the flattish sides.

It was a fairly straightforward job, although that Pergo stuff disnae half take a toll on sawblades and drillbits.  The veneer on it is as hard as iron. O well - at least it should be pretty hardwearing then!

Driller Killer
Driller Killer
Drilling some countersinks for the screw heads. Unfortunately, the photo disnae capture the whisps of smoke and smell of burning, coming from the rock-hard veneer.
Drilling some countersinks for the screw heads. Unfortunately, the photo disnae capture the whisps of smoke and smell of burning, coming from the rock-hard veneer.
Mazza surveying her handywork; while I cut the planks and drilled the holes, she screwed them into place
Mazza surveying her handywork; while I cut the planks and drilled the holes, she screwed them into place
Meta TAGS: pergopanelling
ORIGINAL PUBLICATION DATE: 14 Mar 2010
AUTHOR: stíobhart matulevicz