Dot and Dab Plastering
Dot and dab plastering, also known as dry lining or direct bonding, is a common way of fixing plasterboard to walls. The process involves applying small amounts of adhesive to the object wall before laying plasterboarding over the top. This then allows the board to be fixed to the wall before a thin layer of plaster is applied over the top. Dry lining has grown in popularity due to the speed at which the smooth plasterboard surface can be applied to a wall.
Ceilings can often be one of the areas which need a new skim of plaster. The difficulty is, plastering a ceiling is one of the trickiest parts of a home to do. As this is overhead it is the hardest surface to cover consistently and is the easiest to get wrong. It is also one of the easiest ways to cover yourself – and the contents of your room – in plaster. Our team take the upmost care to cover and protect the contents of your room when plastering any surface.