Installation Guide

The installation guide contains precautions and steps during installation, which also includes how to repair damaged cement walls.

Required Tools

The following tools are what we will use in installing the cat wall

Tools in our company

Screwdriver: for tightening screws

Customer Supplied Tools

Hand Drill: Can be used to drill holes and speed up installation

Pencil: used to mark where to drill holes

Measuring rulers and rulers: for proper measurement and positioning

Determining the location of the cat wall

Before choosing to set up a pet wall, carefully consider the feasible location in the room. Is your cat a sociable companion? Is it willing to hang out with you in the room? If this is the reason, we recommend placing the pet wall in such a room to meet the needs of you and the cat. Perhaps, if your cat prefers to roam freely in an empty room, a pet wall might be a better fit in that room.

Installation Video

In order to let you understand the installation steps of the product more clearly, we have uploaded all the installation videos to YouTube, click here to learn about the installation video series.

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Installation Instruction

We have placed installation instructions in each product for your browsing so you can download the PDF installation manuals.

How to Repair a Cement Wall

If you've left a hole from removing a wall-mounted cat tree hanger from a concrete wall, you can fix it by following these steps

Repair Steps

1. Prepare materials: You will need the correct type and size of repair materials, sandpaper, paint scrapers, plaster knives, brushes, sanders, etc.
2. Prepare the hole: Using tools such as paint scrapers and plaster knives, remove debris and loose walls around the hole so that the surface of the wall around the hole is smooth and free of debris.
3. Repair the hole: Fill the hole and surrounding area with a suitable patching material, making sure the hole is completely filled, then allow to dry.
4. Sand the surface: Use sandpaper or a sander to sand the repaired surface so that it is smooth and flush with the surrounding wall surface.
5. Paint or plaster: If desired, you can repaint or plaster the entire surface of the wall so that it appears to match the surface around the wall. When you're done, your walls should be fully restored to their original condition, and you can hang new cat trellises or other items. If you're not sure how to fix it, seek professional help.

Materials for repairing holes in cement walls

1. Stucco: suitable for repairing large holes. Use a plaster knife or trowel to apply a thin layer of plaster over the hole and smooth it out with a spatula or plaster knife. After the stucco dries, it can be sanded down with sandpaper, and then the stucco can be applied again until the hole is filled.
2. Wall filler: suitable for repairing small holes. Use a spatula to lightly press the filler into the holes and use a clean spatula to level the surface. After letting it dry completely, sand the surrounding surface evenly with the surrounding surface.
3. Calcium silicate board: suitable for repairing deep holes left by heavy accessories. Fill the hole to its full depth by cutting the calcium silicate board to size and placing it in the hole. Then use a clean spatula to smooth it out. Sand the surface with sandpaper when finished.

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