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The benefits and advantages of dry lining

Using plasterboard is the modern method to create partition walls that can suit any installation. With a variety of plasterboard available, including sound and fire proofed board, plus aqua board designed to create that dream wet room, dry lining is suitable for domestic as well as commercial premises. So what are the benefits and advantages of dry lining?

It’s quick and efficient

Dry lining works by creating a timber frame and nailing the appropriate plasterboard in place. It’s the quickest, cleanest and most convenient way to partition a space compared to traditional methods involving block and cement.

Conceal pipes and wires

Because of the flexibility offered by dry lining, it’s a simple and effective way to disguise ugly pipework and wiring. This makes dry lining ideal for a final fit for loft and basement conversions.

Better insulation

Unlike traditional brick and block walls the construction methods involved in dry lining create a cavity that can be packed with insulation. This allows for the creation of better insulated rooms and lower energy bills.

Improve acoustics

Choose sound proofing plasterboard and you can radically alter and improve the acoustics in a room. Ideal for everything from a busy meeting room to a teenager’s den.

Easy renovation

Because any surface can be dry lined, this technique is an effective one for renovation, allowing you to rapidly improve the look of a room. And because you can even out uneven walls, you’ll rapidly achieve an aesthetically pleasing and professional finish.

Easy to decorate

It’s much quicker and cleaner to skim plasterboard, leaving you with a smooth and even surface that makes decorating a breeze.

If you have an office, commercial space or even a room in your home that would benefit from dry lining in the Swindon, Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet, Wells and Gloucester areas of the South West, then contact us today and enjoy the benefits and advantages of professional dry lining.

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  • Braden Bills
    October 1, 2019, 4:05 pm REPLY

    I’m planning on having plasterboard installed. It makes sense that I would want to get dry lining installed over it! That seems like a great way to ensure that all of the wires get insulated properly.