Dry Lining

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What Is Dry Lining

Dry lining is a fast and efficient alternative to traditional plastering. The process involves using a secondary layer of plasterboard substitute to cover a wall, either attached directly to the wall or to a secondary frame, offering an alternative to traditional hard plaster that is often easier to fit.

Pacy & Wheatley are approved installers of British Gypsum, Knauf and Siniat dry lining and partitions, all of which can be tacked or screwed directly onto the wall or mounted onto one of our structural framing systems from a range of manufacturers including Frameclad, EOS, Metsec, Kingspan and Hadleys.

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Acoustic Plastering

Dry Lining faster method of insulating a building compared to traditional plastering methods, removing the requirement to wait for days for the plaster to dry. It produces immediate results and delivers a variety of benefits.

Acoustic plastering offers multiple benefits, it's a quick and easy process, which results in a smooth finish that can be decorated immediately without waiting for the plaster to dry. Dry lining plaster can be used to cover up unsightly wires and pipes, and is an affordable option to use in renovation and decoration. It provides good insulation for heat, and it is also a useful method of improving acoustic insulation in a room.

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