Plaster Boarding

We provide a first class service for plaster boarding. There are several variations of plasterboard and the most common of which are detailed below;
Plasterboard
In it's most common form this is what will be used to cover ceiling and walls in the average home. It is simply two sheets of thick paper with compacted plaster in betwoon to give it rigidity.
•Insulated/Thermo Plasterboard
This type of board is a normal plasterboard with inulated foam on the back of it to improve insulating properties.
•Damp-Proof Plasterboard
This type of board usually has a silver foil type backing cover. This prevents damp ingress.
•Moisture Resistant Plasterboard
Different to damp-proof board because it's the actual plaster inside the board that is waterproof. Usually used in bathrooms/shower rooms etc. This type of board is green in colour.
•Sound proof Plasterboard
As it's name would suggest, sound proof board has accoustic properties, keeping sound both in and out. Thus type of board is usually blue in colour.
•Fire resistant Plasterboard
Whilst standard plasterboard has flame retardant properties, the fire resistant version acts as an even stronger barrier against the flames of a fire and is usually pink in colour.

We offer competative prices, and to assure the quality of our work. We are a member of GN alliance where, a strict standard have to be met in order to gain this mark of quality and we also under constant monitoring from the board.
If you require Plaster Boarding work done in your business or in your home, why not contact us for a no obligation quotation now


We provide a first class service for plaster boarding. There are several variations of plasterboard and the most common of which are detailed below;

 

Standard plasterboard
Gypsum plasterboard. Suitable for most applications where normal fire, structural and acoustic levels are specified. Suitable for direct decoration or plaster finish

  • Ivory face paper
  • Brown reverse side paper
  • Available in tapered and square edge

 

Acoustic
Gypsum plasterboard with a higher density core. Designed for use in wall and partition systems where greater levels of sound insulation are required.

  • Pale blue face paper
  • Brown reverse side paper
  • Available in tapered edge only

 

 Fire resistant
Gypsum plasterboard with glass fibre and other additives in the core.
Used in partition, wall lining and ceiling systems to give increased fire protection. Also used for protection to structural steel.

  • Pink face paper
  • Brown reverse side paper
  • Available in tapered and square edge

 

 Impact
Higher density core with glass fibre and other additives.
Designed for use in the wall robust system to give greater impact resistance in heavy use areas.

  • Ivory face paper
  • Brown reverse side paper
  • Available in tapered edge only

 

 Ergonomic
Specially designed at 900mm wide to give enhanced manual handling properties.
Consists of an aerated gypsum core with glass fibre and other additives encased in paper liners. Is suitable for drylining internal surfaces.

  • Yellow face paper
  • Brown reverse side paper
  • Available in tapered edge only

 

 Moisture Resistant
Gypsum plasterboard with water repellent additives in the core and paper liners.
Suitable as a base for tiling wet use areas. Also used for external soffits in sheltered positions.

  • Green face paper
  • Green reverse side paper
  • Available in tapered and square edge

 

 Thermal
Standard plasterboard factory-bonded to an expanded polystyrene insulant that is both CFC and HCFC-free – meaning zero ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential).
Can be used in both refurbishment and new-build where a level of additional thermal insulation is required.

  • Faced with ivory colour
  • Backed with white coloured expanded polystyrene
  • Available in tapered edge only

 

Any questions or queries regarding plasterboarding please feel free to contact us.
We offer competitive prices, and to assure the quality of our work, we are a member of The GN alliance where, a strict standard must be met in order to gain this mark of quality and we are also under constant monitoring from the board.

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