Dry Lining

Dry Lining your garage conversion walls for insulation.

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Norwich garage conversions interior finish.

Norfolk Installations recommend  Dry-Lining largely replaced the practice of wet plastering in most applications. The main advantages being the speed of installation and the drying time. It supply’s warm garage walls with insulated walls.

Dry Lining includes boards fixed to block walls and to internal metal or timber studs and ceilings. These boards can either be taped and jointed, ready for decoration, or the addition of a skim finish will provide additional impact resistance.

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There are many specialised products for specific applications and varying thickness, however the most commonly used boards are :

Standard plasterboards.
where normal acoustic, fire & structural levels are specified.
Fire resistant boards.
for increased fire protection.
Moisture resist boards.
for areas with increased humidity such as bathrooms.
Foil backed boards.
where vapour control is required.
Acoustic boards.
which have been developed to meet the demands of current building regulations.
Thermal boards.
provide a thermal lining bonded to a plasterboard for a variety of applications.

Before Norfolk Installations start off your garage conversion, there are a few things you have to consider and one of them is dry Lining.

This is basically making use of plasterboard on your walls regardless if it is made up of timber, blocks or metal frames. Here at Norfolk Installations Norwich, if you’re looking for a way to modernize the construction of your walls, this is one option that must not be overlooked.

This also actually insulates your walls and it happens easily with just fitting insulation between your home’s battens and decorating the wall with plasterboard.

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When you have decided that you can make use of this method for your home construction, you can start with the savings by getting professionals to do the work for you. In the end, you will have fantastic looking walls and yet it did not cost you that much when you use Dry Lining.