Drylining has been gaining popularity and importance when it comes to finishing. It is the covering of a background surface with a plaster substitute. In drylining, you do not need so much water, unlike the traditional plastering that requires a great deal of it. Another good thing about drylining is that it is less technical than the traditional plastering. If you want to avail of plasterboards, you can check out manufacturers and factories that produce this material. These plasterboards have a variety of length, width and thickness so you are sure that you get the right material for whatever job you have on hand.
If you are thinking about the insulation, then don’t worry. It is easy as glueing the insulation to the back of the plasterboard. This way, you lift the thermal properties accordingly. You can also install an integral vapour layer to your plasterboard. On the other hand, if you are drylining to metal and timber studs, the insulation can be placed between the studs.
The secret to a great drylining is to choose the most suitable plasterboard for your project. If you’re drylining a wet area, look for a moisture resistant plasterboard. Remember to check each specification and look for the best fit.
If you are not into the hassle of doing things yourself or if you have a very limited time, you may opt to get a drylining company. The expertise of a drylining company will surely be of valuable help. Here at SLP Interiors, we have over 30 years of experience in suspended and drop ceilings, solid or glazed partitions, plastering and dry lining. To hear more about our cost-effective and high-quality solutions please contact us by phone on 0117 2140852 or via email at [email protected]. Our friendly team is here to answer any questions you might have!