AVL Systems, Inc. hereby extends a LIMITED WARRANTY for a period of 1 (ONE) YEAR from the original date of shipment on the products/services sold for the above referenced project. This LIMITED WARRANTY is for workmanship and materials or raw goods, as manufactured by AVL Systems, Inc.

With the respect to equipment not manufactured by AVL Systems, Inc., the warranty obligations of AVL Systems, Inc. shall in all respects be limited to the warranty actually extended to AVL Systems, Inc. by its supplier(s).

Except for the above LIMITED WARRANTY, no other express warranty on the materials or equipment, nor any other express or implied warranty of any description, is made or authorized in connection with this transaction by AVL Systems, Inc., nor is any implied warranty of merchantability or of fitness of use for a particular purpose made or implied. AVL Systems, Inc. disclaims all liability to purchaser for damages or delay, loss of use, loss of time, income, profits or inconvenience, commercial loss, and incidental or consequential damages of any description.

AVL Systems, Inc. reserves the right to request any part suspected of defect returned to AVL prepaid for physical inspection and evaluation. If, after inspection, we determine that the product is defective under warranty, AVL Systems, Inc. will repair or replace said part or parts under the limited warranty as stated herein.

AVL Systems, Inc. shall not be subject to any other obligations or liabilities whatsoever with respect to equipment manufactured by AVL Systems, Inc. or its suppliers or services rendered by AVL Systems, Inc.

Standard Maintenance & Cleaning

  1. All wall coverings, regardless of finish, are subject to soiling and wear. A regular maintenance program initiated at the earliest possible time after installation will go a long way toward preventing soil and dirt build-up or staining of the panel(s). Extra cleaning and preventative maintenance is necessary in areas adjacent to air-conditioning or air-return vents.
  2. Perforated vinyl is a delicate material and should be handled very gently. The surface may be marked or broken with abrasive materials or chemicals.
  3. Where fabric faced panels are concerned, the fabric manufacturer’s instructions should be followed where they do not conflict with the information below.
  4. Cleaning agents used on the surface should not contain alcohol, strong alkalis or solvents which will react to the vinyl or adhesives used in the panels. Warm water with a mild soap should be used for cleaning.
  5. Care should be taken in using cleaning agents and pesticide control agents as the fumes may contain agents which will react to the adhesives bonding the surface material to the core, causing a loosening of the bond which will result in sagging of the surface material.
  6. Temperature should be maintained between 50°F and 85°F. Humidity should be
    maintained between 20% and 50% for maximum life of the panels.
  7. The panel should never be placed in water or allowed to become wet inside.
  8. Test any cleaning agents on a piece on the rear of a panel before using on the face.
  9. Grease or oil should be wiped off immediately upon contact. Remove excess grease or oil by blotting. Use hot water and mild soap to remove any remaining material.
  10. Do not handle the panels any more than necessary. Avoid bending or flexing panels as it may break the bond between the surface material and the core.
  11. Avoid contact with any sharp edges on material which may cause a puncture of the
  12. Avoid excessive heat or moisture as they may affect the finish and adhesives.


  1. Allowing moisture to accumulate on or stay in contact with any wood surface, regardless of how well finished, will cause damage.
  2. Prevent direct contact with moisture and wipe dry immediately should any occur.
  3. Use a soft, lint-free white cloth lightly dampened for removing dirt, fingerprints, etc.
  4. Remove oil or grease deposits with a mild flax soap, following its directions for dilution.
  5. Do not use abrasives, chemical or ammonia cleaners on fine architectural woodwork
  6. Light Mars/scratches: Use Acetone and a small white rag. Rub gently over the scratched area. Do NOT rub intensely in one small area as this will cause a shiny spot.
  7. Avoid excessive or repetitive impact.
  8. Avoid localized high heat, such as a hot pan or plate, or a hot light source, close to or in contact with the finished surface.
  9. Protect panels from direct sunlight. If installing panels in areas of heavy sun (ie: lobby or entryway with windows) protect the panels by using filtering shades or film on windows.
  10. Maintain the relative humidity around the woodwork in accordance with the guidelines published by the Architectural Woodwork Institute, every hour of every day to minimize wood movement.
  11. Do not apply masking tape or other adhesive products to the face of finished woodwork.


The below chart applies to 100% polyester panel fabrics only.
For all other fabric types, please contact or reference the fabric manufacturer’s website.