Dry Lining Northwest
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Dry Lining Northwest
We are based in Wigan and work the North West and surrounding areas.
Dry Lining UK
Dry Lining Construction is the method which involves the construction of wall and ceiling linings and partitioning.
Dry Lining Construction
A technique commonly practiced throughout the UK
North West DryLining
Todays dry lining products have the ability to handle all types of hazards, such as impact, water resistance and fire protection.
Dry Lining Contractors
UK Company, Dry Lining Services & Prices, Wigan, Manchester & North-West, Lancashire
Who we are...
We are dry lining contractors based in Wigan, UK, we have been in the dry lining industry for many years. Please take the time to browse through out website to see more that we can offer.
No Project Too Small Or Too Big
Please take the time to browse through out website to see more that we can offer.
If you are interested in dry lining UK services throughout the north of the UK, then you can contact us by telephone on 07402 776 887 (ask for Darren) or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or using our online contact form.
Do we cover your area?
We have participated in many projects throughout the North West and know the area well. If you are a Manchester based company that wishes to hire the services of dry lining in Manchester then we can fulfil those needs.
Dry lining advantages – The advantages to having joint taping to skimming is the amount of time it takes to apply to the drywall, whereas a skimmer would require to cover the whole area of the board the joint taper only requires to fill the tapered edge and overlap slightly with the joint cement.
What is dry lining? – Dry Lining is the art of fitting plasterboard to either timber/metal stud or brick walls (dot dabbing) in which plaster will be applied to the board to give the meeting joints in the plasterboard a ‘finished’ look. They can either be taped and jointed or skimmed. This type of wall is also commonly referred to as drywall.
The advantages of applying drywall is that there is so much you can do with it and is very lightweight.
Joint Taping – Rather than skim over the entire wall, plasterboards are put into place that have special ‘tapered edges’ that dip slightly at either side. When two boards meet side-by-side then both tapered edges on each board can be filled to create a flat surface. The tapered edges are filled with a special Gyproc joint filler compound (by British Gypsum) that sets usually within the hour, which then requires one or two coats of joint cement which generally takes longer to dry, but gives off a better smooth finish when sanded.