Dry Lining

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Dry lining Services

What is dry lining?

Dry lining (also known as dry walling) means cladding the internal structure of a building with the help of plasterboard. The name dry lining derives from the fact that it only requires a small amount of water compared to traditional plastering. Its main advantages are:

  • It’s faster to install, saving your time considerably;
  • It doesn’t weigh as much as wet plaster, which results in a lighter construction;
  • It improves thermal insulation;
  • Extra fibres can be added to improve strength and durability;
  • Plasterboard is available in a ton of different options (different lengths, thicknesses)

However, dry lining can result in walls that are easier to be damaged. For example, too many wall-hung shelves and cupboards are usually not advised when choosing this type of plastering.

It has a smooth finish, meaning you can easily paint over it. Dry lining systems are suitable for many different types of building.

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Our team can easy do all adjustments to height, thermal, fire, sound and vapor permeability performance. There are many systems available, depending on the project requirements and enables a wide range of objectives to be achieved but in same time remaining cost-effective.

We use many methods of fixing, from direct bonding and metal furring, to wall liner systems. All are dictated by the condition of existing masonry. Contour Interior Design have great experience in this area and are able to offer advice in relation to suitability in any location.

Depending on what material the plaster is placed on, different fixing techniques are necessary, such as tacking (using nails) or screwing (when using screw fixes).

For the most efficient services at the most advantageous and competitive prices, contact us now!

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Alongside this kind of services, we also offer a wide range of similar services, including: