Delivery is by a national courier ‘Next Weekday’ service (excludes weekends and Bank Holidays) however one trading days’ notice is required (e.g. Goods paid for and ready on a Monday will be dispatched Tuesday for predicted delivery on Wednesday)

Usual delivery times are between 8.00AM and 6.30PM It is not possible to specify a particular time or AM or PM. If a consignment does not arrive on the day predicted please contact us and we will attempt to track its progress with the courier.

We will usually e-mail a customer once their Goods have been collected however once a consignment has left us we have no control over it and therefore cannot guarantee that it will arrive on the day predicted. Please do not arrange for contractors to fit Finepanels based upon a specific delivery date as Finepanel Ltd accepts no liability for any losses or expenses incurred as a result of a delayed delivery. Note - All of our panels should be acclimatized for 48 hours in the room of installation so should be fitted immediately.

All deliveries must be signed for. Unsigned for Goods will be returned to the depot and a card left so that a customer may contact the courier directly (not Finepanel Ltd) to re- arrange delivery as soon as possible

Delivery charges are not listed on our website as they vary depending on weight, postcode and courier (We select the most economical for a particular order) Delivery charges are quoted once we have full details of a customer’s requirements – for estimating purposes only they usually approximate to 10% of the order value to most mainland UK destinations We have no minimum order value however the minimum delivery charge is £12 incl. VAT


  Raised and chamfered 3D centres
  feature prominently in Victorian,
  Georgian and Edwardian panelling...







  Now in 385mm AND 585mm widths




A traditional style of panel for hallways and lounges in elegant period properties.The single raised & chamfered rectangular centres of TBR panels impart an authentic period feel ideal for restoring character to older properties. Similar in appearance to panelled doors found in Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian houses the elegant 3D high-relief pattern of  ‘Top & Bottom Raised’ finepanels leaves wall paper looking flat!





Perfect for refurbishing a lounge our dado- height 2C-TBR raised panels bring warmth, texture and interest to uninspiring plain walls. Boxed 2C stock less 10%, 2CW stock less 5%


 Set out your installation so that any cuts made through starting and/or finishing panels pass through the flat mid-portion of the raised centre - or ask us to plan it for you! 

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Prefer an even border all round? - On request we can supply just the end panels with loose raised centres to trim, re-chamfer and glue/pin in position yourself (Trade & experienced DIY only as this requires a degree of competance and suitable tools) see - How to Cut Down & Install Loose Raised Centers .pdf 

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Selected raised centres are held in stock for assembly at short notice. Modular variations of taller panels using a combination of shorter raised centres with intermittent horizontals (to make styles somewhere between TBR and AHR) are also available at short notice. 4C/4CW and taller single-centre TBR panels to order – min qty 50



Frequently Asked Questions



Q - Are Finepanels really that easy to install?

A - Absolutely - All that’s required are a few tools, basic DIY skills and the ability to follow simple instructions!

Q - Are they suitable for any room in the house?

A - Finepanels are moisture resistant so you can fit them in most rooms however avoid wet and permanently damp locations and potential exposure to a naked flame

Q - What type of walls can Finepanels be attached to? 

A - Provided they are sound, dry and relatively flat Finepanels can be installed directly over the existing finish of most types of wall

Q- Can they be fitted up the stairs?

A - We make stair panels which enable all styles to be seamlessely extended up the stairs to create a really attractive hallway - click Stairs to to find out more

Q - What size are they?

A - Linked Finepanels repeat at 385mm or 585mm centres. End Trims are either 65mmwide (Classic, Raised, Beaded, Heritage) or 79mm wide (Shaker, Deep, Fielded) The shortest one compartment (1C) panels are 470mm high increasing in height by 415mm per compartment to a maximum of 2545mm (6C) - Specials available to order

Q - Can Finepanels be cut down?

A - Being made from MDF they can be readily cut and drilled using ordinary power or hand tools. There are a few staples in the backs of panels and on the odd occasion when these coincide with a cut, they should be removed first - to see just how easy this is click here for Installation Tips & Pictures - All styles.pdf

Q - How much wall will a box of 2C panels cover and what's included?

A - All 2C panels are 885mm high - a box of 6 standard 385mm wide panels will cover up to 2440mm wide, a box of 7 Shaker panels up to 2835mm – each 2C box also contains 2 matching End Trims + Instructions. 2CW ‘Wide’ panels 885mm high x 585mm wide are boxed in 4‘s and cover 2340mm -

Shaker panels boxed in 5’s cover 2925mm - Order end trims separately NOTE - Glue, mouldings (finishing trim, skirting etc), fixings and paint are NOT included and should be purchased separately

Q - How many will I need and how much will they cost?

A – Use the simple ready reckoner to find out how many panels and end trims you’ll need and the total price including VAT - click here for Prices + Calculator

Q – Is the delivery cost the same nationwide?

A – Mostly the same however certain ‘Highland & Island’ postcodes do attract a surcharge so please fill in and send us the Calculator table along with your details & postcode and we will confirm the delivery cost to your area and also availability

Q – How long before I can fit them?

A – Remove Finepanels from their packaging and lay flat in the room of installation for 48 hrs prior to attachment. This will allow them time to acclimatise and minimise the risk of any subsequent movement due to a change in temperature or humidity

Q - How are they attached?

A - Finepanels are attached progressively - glue and pin one on then glue and link the next one to it. Subsequent removal of glued-on panels may cause wall damage - screw them on ‘dry’ if this is a concern - see Installation

Q - What kind of glue should I use?

A - A moisture-resistant nail-replacement type of glue available in cartridges from your local builders merchant or DIY superstore

Q - Which fixings are best?

A - When fixing to plastered walls panel pins or pneumatic brads should be sufficient. For rendered and harder walls use masonry nails or No6 countersunk woodscrews with red wall plugs.

!Always check for concealed services before inserting any fixings !

Q - Where can I buy Finepanels?

A - All sizes and styles are exclusively available from JDIS Ltd

Q - What type of paint should I use?

A - Water-based interior paints in a satin finish are ideal (e.g. Eggshell or Satin/Silk Emulsion) as they have an attractive sheen and are easier to wipe clean than Matt. Oil-based Gloss may be used however apply carefully as brush and roller marks tend to show up more. For best results apply with a ‘flocked’ mini roller and a small brush

Q - What if there is a problem?
A - If you experience difficulties or have any queries please Contact Us and we will endeavour to resolve them promptly