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Here are a list of services that we offer


- Wall Lining
- Boarding
- Metal Stud Partition

- Metal Frame

- Insulation (Ext. wall, Int. wall, Loft)

- Tape & Joint
- Ceiling


- Dot & Dab
- Suspended Ceiling
- Plastering


Completely dry system using secure mechanical fixings and suitable for fixing all types of plasterboard. Surface mounted services can easily be accommodated and mineral wool incorporated in the cavity for thermal or acoustic insulation. Walls should be treated for any damp, prior to installation.

Metframe is a light-gauge, cold-roll formed, galvanised steel structural framing system that is ideal for use in a wide variety of medium rise superstructures.The Metframe system is ideal for projects where the speed of construction and / or a lightweight frame is required and provides the stability and integrity required without the need for a steel or concrete primary frame. 

Quick to erect, lightweight metal stud is dimensionally accurate and will not twist or bow. Studs available in 48mm, 50mm, 60mm, 70mm, 73mm, 92mm and 146mm widths to meet various performance requirements. Services are easy to install and mineral wool can be installed to improve sound insulation. Studs are easily cut to length with tin snips. Frames fit simply together and door frames are easy to form. Solutions can be provided for:  Residential Part E and Part B,   BB93 solutions for Schools,  HTM56 for Healthcare.

Seamless suspended ceilings: MF Ceiling sections are simply cut to length with tin snips and easily fitted together. Suitable to support all types of plasterboard, creating a seamless surface for most decorative finishes. System creates void above ceiling for services. Mineral wool can be incorporated for thermal or acoustic insulation. Improved acoustic performance can be achieved by using acoustic hangers. Fire certification under concrete soffits and timber can be provided. Please call for details

Plaster is a building material used for coating walls and ceilings. Plaster starts as a dry powder similar to mortar or cement and like those materials it is mixed with water to form a paste which liberates heat and then hardens. Unlike mortar and cement, plaster remains quite soft after setting, and can be easily manipulated with metal tools or even sandpaper. These characteristics make plaster suitable for a finishing, rather than a load-bearing material.

Plasterboard can be attached by two methods, either mechanically (with screws) or chemically with dry wall adhesive, this is known as dot & dab or the direct bond method. Dry wall has several advantages over screws as it can be bonded directly to bare bricks which gives considerable speed advantages, also the fact that if a wall is bonded with plasterboard, there is little "making good" afterwards as there are no screw holes. It is simply a matter of bonding the boards to the wall.

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