Tape and Jointing for Walls
What is the purpose of joint tape in drywall? Walls can take a lot of punishment over the years. This is because of impact and environmental factors, even if they’re inside your home or office.
Why Choose Tape and Jointing for Walls?
Your walls will fade or scratch, and they won’t look as lovely as they used to. You can try keeping the dust off the walls, but it’s hard to stop sunlight, furniture, and other stuff from scratching or denting your walls over time.
What are tape and jointing?
After the taping process is complete, a jointing process seamlessly joins the tapered edges of plasterboards to the walls and ceilings. It’s fast and professional with a specially designed bedding tape, and jointing compound applied to a putty knife.
By using three-coat formulations for walls, you achieve a high standard — a standard that could otherwise only be achieved once through the prolonged method of plastering.
There are many types of wall coverings. Some, like vinyl, are less durable and can be damaged more easily. Plastering is a more expensive and time-consuming option. Adding three types of coatings to the walls will allow you to achieve the same level of durability that would require plastering in only one coat.
The jointing compounds can be sanded down to a wonderfully smooth finish as soon as the walls are dried. The result is a room with a uniform appearance that looks even better than plastered walls.
Jointing compounds are a type of concrete sealant used to seal the seams between tiles. They are essential for a clean appearance and waterproofing. Recently, there has been an increase in jointing compounds that contain acrylic rather than silicone. The acrylic can be applied without mixing, so they are so popular!
Healthier spaces at home and work
The dry lining also works as an insulation method, and it provides a bonus. By acting as a form of protection from the outside weather, the dry lining can help keep the building warm.
Dry lining can also reduce dew point levels. Running the AC less and keeping the humidity levels low make it a more cost-effective solution. The air quality is improved, and you’re using less energy which means a smaller carbon footprint.
Dry lining is a cost-saving and energy-efficient way to reduce dew point levels in a home. Air quality is also improved because dry lining minimizes the amount of moisture in the air.
Dry lining services
When you need to fix or renovate walls, many people think you need to plaster them. But this is a long and arduous job that takes up a lot of time. Hiring our wall renovations service will give you precisely what you need less time and a better quality finish.
Wall renovations are time-consuming and challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Save time and money by transforming your walls quickly and professionally.
We think it’s better to use dry-lining, which is when the paneling is cut precisely and then fixed directly to the walls. With this method of board-lining, the installation finishes in a much quicker timeframe than the traditional plastering technique, where boards are placed on-site and left to dry once it’s applied.
Painting and decorating
Now that all the walls and ceilings are perfectly flush, painting and decorating experts can bring them to life in the style you want.
So, whether you like to have brighter spaces with natural light or rooms with earthy undertones, let us know your preferences, and we’ll make it happen. You can even bring a little bit of your personality into the space with your choice of background images or wallpaper.
Reasons to choose taping and jointing
- It’s a much faster process than plastering
- The walls and ceiling are left smooth
- Fewer materials were used during the process