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This term relates to the securing of plasterboards over stud walls, brickwork & ceilings using screws on timber or adhesive on masonry (Dot + Dab).


Once drylined the area can be skimmed. Dry lining uses plasterboard fixed to the walls & is therefore a relatively dry process, which can be decorated shortly after completion.


Dry lining can be taped & jointed using special paper tape or it can be skim coated.

Other services that compliment drylining

  • Metal Stud Partitioning

  • Insulation

  • MF (Metal Frame) Ceilings

  • Tape jointing

  • Coving

  • Plasterboarding

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