Suspended Ceilings

Suspended Ceilings are used or needed for a number of reasons. It could be to hide services such as pipes, cables, beams and making the ceiling more pleasing to the eye. It may be because of acoustics, to absorb the sound so it is not rebounding back into the room, or even to keep sound from escaping to the next room. Whichever it may be, we cater for all senarios.


Partitioning can be very quick & easy to install. There are many different types you can have for example, metal stud & track with plasterboard, Demoutable which can be moved and used again, Timber framework which can either have plasterboard or glazed modules, silicon glazed partition & glass doors.

Dry Lining

Drylining is great for using around perimeter walls and can make them more appealing to the eye. if it's blockwork walls then drylining can be used and is a gyplyner system where plasterboard or specialist boards are fixed to metal framework fixed to the wall. Alternatively, boards can be dot & dabbed to the blockwork wall using Dri Wall Adhesive.

Plastering and Decorating

Plastering or skimming is used to finish off the plasterboard ready for painting/wallcovering. Alternatively the boards can also be taped & jointed again ready for decoration. Demoutable Partitioning can be painted or again wallcovering can be used.

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