Dry lining refers to the process of attaching plasterboard to the internal structure of a building. It is mostly used in a commercial environment, where price, speed and ease of installation are highly important factors.
Dry lining can be known by many names in the industry. If you have heard anyone talking about the following, they are referring to dry lining:
If you would like to understand more about dry lining, you can talk to the team directly. AMJ Contracts are experienced providers of dry lining services in the areas of Kent and South East London. We can help you work out whether dry lining is going to be right for you.
Health and safety is of paramount importance when working on site. We are thorough in our processes and are careful to make sure we meet with all the necessary regulations. You can be confident that when we are working on your commercial site, we will adopt safe and efficient practices.
We are fully insured to work on projects of various sizes. We have public liability insurance up to a value of £5 million and we have cover for 4 people working on site.
Our health and safety consultant helps us to ensure we are working safely and keeping up to date with new rules and regulations. Our policies cover work on residential and commercial sites.
Dry lining that lasts – quality installation processes
Dry lining installation needs to be correct if you want to make the most of its benefits. These include:
Extra insulation when specific boards are used
Easy, quick installation
Less moisture in the building structure
Lower price point
Ideal for commercial environments
With many years of experience in the industry, AMJ Contracts are the ideal installation professionals for your dry lining work. With us, you will always know how your project is progressing.
When you choose us as your dry walling contractors, here is what you will get:
Expertise and professionalism
Full project management
Regular updates and honest communication
Commitment to your project
A free quotation detailing all costs – no hidden fees
Once you have your quote, you can accept or decline it online to make it easier for you. It is as simple as that.
Is plasterboard right for you?
Plasterboard is lightweight and easy to install, making it a versatile material. It can be used in homes and may be installed to create a stud wall or partition. It is perfect for large-scale installation in commercial buildings such as office complexes.
If you would like to find out more about dry lining and its uses, please get in touch. We can advise you on your particular type of property and explain in full exactly how dry lining can work for you.
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