Sheet and Set Walls and Ceilings

Installing plasterboard involves fixing of the sheets and stopping of the joints. The stopping process comprises of three stages. The first entails the application of a base coat into which tape is bedded to reinforce the joints. A further coat of compound is applied over the first followed by a topping coat to complete the stopping. The final coat is sanded when dry to give a smooth finish. Proper fixing practice will ensure long term serviceability and minimise maintenance. Poor application of plasterboard can result in joints that are impossible to conceal, sagging ceilings, popped fixings etc.

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