Product Details


QC1118

Levwall‚ Inc produces and supplies commercial wall coverings to some of the world’s leading hotel‚ resorts‚ and commercial establishments. Our collections are designed in cooperation with the leading carpet‚ draperies and bedspread manufacturerers. Once you select our wall coverings‚ coordinating your interior design is made easy. Find out more about our line and info about products for the hospitality trade and commercial establishments.

Images may appear lighter or darker than actual pattern. We recommend requesting a physical sample before order placement to ensure pattern color selection.

QUICK CONTRACT 11

Quick Contract 11 by Levwall a collection of patterns selected for color and design suitable for Hotels, Offices and Institutions.

Packaging
Based on 53/54 inch in width and roll size of 30 yards.
Cut Yardage
Add $3.00 per lineal yard for less than a standard roll size.
Returns
No claims or returns allowed after goods are cut. Returns on standard items in full bolts will be considered. Must have prior approval and subject to 40% handling charge plus return freight. Requests for returns must be made within 30 days from date of invoice.
No labor claims allowed whatsoever. Goods must be examined by user prior to cutting.
Note
Verbal orders not confirmed in writing will be considered correct as shipped.

All prices F.O.B. factory, subject to change without prior notice.

This is to certify that the vinyl wall covering selected is Class A Fire rated and meets or exceeds all requirements of CCC-W-408A/D, and Industry Voluntary Standard CFFA-W-101A/D.

Specifications below:

Pattern(s) Quick Contract 11 Type I

Type
I
Total weigh
15oz (339gr/M2)
Width
54”
Fabric
Scrim
Breaking Strength
56 x 51
Tear Strength
74 x 56

Fire Hazard classification (ASTM-E 84)
Class A Fire Rated

Flame Spread...........................................5
Smoke Density Factor................................10

Meets California Section 01350 Indoor Air Quality Standard (Low VOC).

This is to certify that the vinyl wall covering selected is Class A Fire rated and meets or exceeds all requirements of CCC-W-408A/D, and Industry Voluntary Standard CFFA-W-101A/D.

Specifications below:

Pattern(s) Quick Contract 11 Type I

Type
I
Total weigh
15oz (339gr/M2)
Width
54”
Fabric
Scrim
Breaking Strength
56 x 51
Tear Strength
74 x 56

Fire Hazard classification (ASTM-E 84)
Class A Fire Rated

Flame Spread...........................................5
Smoke Density Factor................................10

Meets California Section 01350 Indoor Air Quality Standard (Low VOC).

This is to certify that the vinyl wall covering selected meets or exceeds all requirements of CCC-W-408A/D, and Industry Voluntary Standard CFFA-W-101A/D.

Specifications below:

Pattern(s) Number QC1101-QC1151
Pattern (s) Number QC1201-QC1260

Type
I
Total weigh
15oz (339gr/M2)
Width
54”
Fabric
Scrim
Breaking Strength
56 x 51
Tear Strength
74 x 56

Fire Hazard classification (ASTM-E 84)
Class A Fire Rated.

Flame Spread...........................................5
Smoke Density Factor................................10

Meets California Section 01350 Indoor Air Quality Standard (Low VOC).

The numerical fire rating and other test results are not intended to reflect fire hazards presented by this or any other material under actual fire conditions.

WALLCOVERING APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
READ BEFORE INSTALLATION

IMPORTANT

If at any time before or during installation you do not understand these Application Instructions‚ or if a discrepancy is discovered in pattern‚ color‚ or quality‚ STOP. Contact your distributor before proceeding. Any deviation from these Application Instructions will void the manufactures warranty.

Carefully examine all material to ensure correct pattern‚ color and quantity.

Vinyl Wallcoverings must be installed only under permanent lighting conditions. Temperature in the area to receive vinyl wallcovering must be maintained between 60* – 80* F and relative humidity at 50% or less‚ for at least six days prior to and after installation.

Note on micro–vented wallcovering

Before installing micro–vented wallcovering‚ you should consult an experienced design professional with expertise in building design and in the conditions in the locale where the wallcovering is to be installed for information regarding permeability requirements.

SURFACE PREPARATION

  1. All surfaces to received vinyl wallcovering must be smooth‚ clean‚ dry and structurally sound. Newly plastered walls must not have excessive quantities of lime or alkali. Walls must not contain in excess of 5–7% residual moisture content. A moisture meter should be used to determine moisture content.

  2. All new walls receiving non micro–vented wallcovering should be primed to promote adhesion.

    Note: Many primers are intended for use as a vapor barrier. Use of these primers on micro–vented wallcovering may significantly reduce the overall permeability of the installation. Use only breathable primer for micro–vented wallcovering.

    Oil based primers create a non–porous surface‚ which along with vinyl wallcovering tend to trap moisture‚ prolong drying and result in adhesion problems.

  3. Existing walls present varied conditions. To ensure the soundness of an existing wall surface‚ we recommend the following.

    • Glossy surfaces should be sanded and irregularities repaired

      Note: Sanding using a medium to rough grit sandpaper is recommended on walls receiving micro–vented wallcovering to open pores in the existing finishes and enhance permeability

    • Cut a shallow "x” in the painted surface with a razor blade. Wrap a strip of masking tape around your finger (sticky side out)‚ and press it to the "x”‚ checking to see whether the paint film separates from the wall surface. If the paint film separates‚ the wall is not sound

    • Take a wet sponge‚ hold it against the painted surface for 15–20 seconds‚ checking for any pigment or color transfer from the wall surface to the sponge. If the pigment or color transfers‚ the wall is not sound.

    • If the painted surface is found to be "unsound” by either of the above tests‚ the paint must be removed.

  4. Remove old wallcovering completely. DO NOT DOUBLE HANG. After wallcovering is removed‚ remove remaining adhesive with good quality adhesive remover‚ then rinse the wall and allow to dry. See Step 1. If the old wallcovering is peelable‚ remove both the top and bottom layer of wallcovering.

  5. Surfaces other than drywall or plaster may require special procedures and application techniques. Contact your distributor or manufacture for recommendations prior to starting.

APPLICATION

  • All rolls are numbered consecutively. Rolls must be cut and installed in sequence‚ starting with the lowest numbered roll. All strips should be numbered and hung in sequence as they are cut from the roll.
  • When hanging non–matched textured patterns‚ reverse hang alternate strips. After 3 strips are hung‚ carefully inspect the wallcovering. If the pattern effect is not acceptable‚ re–hang strip No. 2 without reversing. Approval should be obtained at this point before proceeding. If there is variation in color and/or pattern effect‚ discontinue hanging and contact your distributor immediately. THE MANUFACTURE WILL NOTE BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CLAIMS BEYOND THREE (3) STRIPS.
  • Seams on non–matched patterns may be table trimmed‚ or overlapped and double–cut during installation‚ exercising care not to cut too deeply into the wall substrate. Geometric and matched designs may require table trimming for match perfection.
  • Apply a premium grade‚ full strength‚ heavy duty clear‚ strippable‚ mildew resistant adhesive to the back of the wallcovering using a pasting machine or directly to the wall using a paint roller. Adhesive should be maintained at the temperatures between 65* and 78* F prior to use. Follow the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions on coverage and set time.

    Note: For best results‚ micro–vented wallcovering should be DRY HUNG by applying the adhesive to the wall surface.

  • Install each sheet on the wall using a stiff‚ short bristle brush or flexible broad knife. Apply material in sequence above doors and above and below windows as it comes from the roll – DO NOT SKIP. Vertical joints should not occur less than six inches from inside or outside corners. A heat gun may be used to allow the vinyl to conform to irregular corners.

  • Remove excess adhesive and dirt from the wallcovering surface‚ seams and surrounding surfaces immediately‚ using a sponge or damp cloth frequently rinsed in clean‚ warm water. A paste release chemical designed to break the static electricity generated may be added to the water. Dry with soft‚ lint–free cloth. Do not use an excessive amount of water to remove adhesive from seams‚ as it may seep into the seam and dilute the adhesive. As dried adhesive is difficult‚ and in some cases impossible to remove‚ immediate removal is imperative. Clean all seams to avoid paste staining.

Disclaimer and Limited Warranty

Subject to the conditions and limitations herein‚ the wallcovering is guaranteed to be free of defects in workmanship and material for five years from the date of shipment of the product. THE MANUFACTURER is not responsible or liable for claims if the application instructions are not followed‚ nor is THE MANUFACTURER responsible or liable for labor and associated costs‚ over and above the cost for replacement material.

THE MANUFACTURER specifically advises all parties that mold will grow in conductive conditions where moisture and/or water is present. THE MANUFACTURER cannot control such conductive conditions and is not responsible or liable for any claims‚ damages or the like in any way related to or arising in connection with the occurrence or presence of mold. THE MANUFACTURER also shall not be liable for any damages arising from the misuse of the product‚ improper handling or storage‚ improper or defective building conditions‚ or alteration of the product by others.

The Customer understands and agrees that certain conditions within a building may cause the growth of various types of mold‚ organisms or other hazardous pollutants or contaminates. These conditions may be caused by a combination of moisture‚ warm air and an organic medium. These conditions may be created by a number of circumstances including‚ but not limited to‚ leaking roofs‚ walls‚ doors‚ windows‚ water or soil lines breaking‚ inadequate and poorly balanced heating and ventilation equipment‚ the improper use of vapor control media on exterior walls‚ storms‚ floods‚ vandalism‚ etc. Moist or wet areas may be undiscoverable without removal of ceiling‚ wall and floor coverings and a thorough investigation of the specific areas. These coverings include paneling‚ drywall or plaster materials‚ floor coverings‚ underlayment and subflooring‚ sheathing‚ exterior siding and possibly roofing materials and decking.

THE MANUFACTURER assumes no responsibility or liability for any reason‚ now or in the future‚ for any mold or other organisms that may grow in the covered or any other areas of the building‚ and Customer will indemnify‚ defend‚ and hold harmless THE MANUFACTURER for any potential or realized property damage or health or safety issues because of airborne pollutants or any other type of hazardous materials or organisms found in the covered or other areas of the building.

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY GIVEN BY THE MANUFACTURER. THE MANUFACTURER makes no other or additional warranty‚ whether expressed or implied‚ including‚ without limit‚ the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose‚ all of which are hereby expressly disclaimed. THE MANUFACTURER expressly disclaims all liability for any redhibitory defects. The Customer’s sole remedy and THE MANUFACTURER’s sole liability shall be limited to product replacement. THE MANUFACTURER will not be liable for direct‚ consequential or incidental damages‚ including without limitation lost profits‚ punitive damages‚ loss of use damages‚ loss of value damages‚ damage to other property‚ etc. even if THE MANUFACTURER is aware of the possibility of these damages occurring. All claims made under this Limited Warranty must be in writing to THE MANUFACTURER within 90 days of the first knowledge of any defect‚ and within the warranty period or such claims are waived.

Understanding mildew and its causes is the first step to resolving this common problem. Be assured that vinyl wall covering does not attract mildew to walls. Mildew is a product of environmental factors. Mildew exists when humidity‚ warmth and poor ventilation are present. Mildew requires three elements to survive and thrive: a warm climate‚ a food source‚ and moisture. Normal room temperature range provides an excellent climatic environment for mildew growth. Food sources include any organic material such as wood‚ drywall‚ paper‚ cloth etc. The third element‚ and trigger mechanism‚ is moisture. Mildew must be viewed as a symptom–– when it exists‚ you must look for the cause.

There is always a pattern to mildew growth. Sometime the pattern is easy to identify‚ such as the mildew growth is on the same wall in every room. At other times‚ you need to look for the pattern‚ such as in only one section of the building or every other wall‚ etc. Once the pattern is identified you look for the cause of humidity. It could be a water pipe break inside a wall‚ air–conditioning condensation seeping into walls‚ or rainwater seeping from windows due to poor seals. Or perhaps the outside wall was not sealed with proper materials (such as good paint)‚ and rainwater has penetrated from the outside wall.

In twenty–fiveyears’ experience in this industry‚ Levwall has visited many sites with mildew problems. In every case‚ we found the cause for the humidity and were able to rectify the problem.

Once the source for moisture is identified and steps are taken to prevent additional moisture from seeping in‚ any vinyl wall covering present should be stripped off the wall. Next‚ the wall should then be washed with a solution of half–warm water and half ammonia. Let the wall dry and then use a stain block such as Kiltz. If new vinyl wall covering is to be hung‚ use adhesive containing mildew inhibitors.

Do not use clay base adhesive. After the wall covering is hung provide good ventilation. In unoccupied hotel rooms‚ it is advisable to run the air–conditioning unit at least one hour for every twenty–four–hour period. We do not recommend use of vinyl wall coverings in areas were high humidity cannot be controlled. In areas where the climate is warm and/or humid and humidity cannot be controlled‚ our RomaTex® products provide excellent mildew control.

CARE & MAINTENANCE OF VINYL WALLCOVERINGS Maintenance will extend the useful life of your vinyl wallcovering and help maintain its original beauty and finish.

Vinyl wallcovering should be washed regularly to prevent dirt and grime from accumulating. Depending on traffic (light, medium, heavy) vinyl should be washed from one to three times a year.

Remove stains as quickly as possible to eliminate any possible reaction between the staining agent and the wallcovering. Time is especially important for removing stains. If stains remain on the wallcovering too long, permanent discoloration may develop.

All cleaners must first be tested in an inconspicuous area to insure compatibility with the wallcovering, this includes the use of Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®

Ordinary dirt and smudges can be removed with mild soap and warm water. If necessary, a bristle brush can be used to remove dirt from the crevices of deeply textured patterns. Clean from the bottom, upward. Using a sponge, rinse thoroughly with clean water, from the top, down. Dry wallcovering with a soft, lintfree cloth or towel.

Do not use isopropyl alcohols, powdered abrasive cleaners, or steel wool, as they may mar the surface.

NOTE: Active solvent type such as nail polish remover, tar remover, bug remover, etc. will remove print and/or finish from the wallcovering.