Supply of the right materials is one of the most crucial aspects in a construction project. To ensure no surprises or costly mistakes, One of qualified tradesman will be personally assisting you in the process. We will discuss your requirements and make our recommendations on types and layout of the plasterboard required in your project according your budget. We will carefully calculate the amount of plasterboard you need to avoid waste, and organize the whole process of ordering and delivering the plasterboard, taking into consideration the possible access and your time frame requirements.
Plasterboard (GIB) fixing looks easy when done by professional person. However it is not that simple at all. Experienced installer should consider right layout, minimizing joints and avoiding critical areas. Right screws and bond should be used, back-blocking should be considered and installed where necessary to avoid costly problems in the future. Our team of specialist plasterboard fixers utilize the latest techniques in plasterboard fixing to obtain a high quality, long lasting plasterboard installation.
Plasterboard GIB stopping is an important part of Plasterboard installation process; therefore, it shouldn’t be taken lightly or entrusted to someone who is not trained or skilled enough. It requires exceptional attention to detail and lots of experience. Our experienced team have great skills in both standard Level 4 and exceptional Level 5 finish as well as Villboard stopping either exterior or interior. For the best and reliable GIB / Villaboard stopping in Auckland, Absolute Plasterboard Services is your first point of contact. We can get your project started quickly and completed timely, no matter how big or small.
Level 4 – Standard finish: Creating a Level 4 finish normally requires paper-taping the joints, installation of all necessary details such as slimlines, shadowline trims, arch beads etc. and stopping over the tape, screw holes and details. Three layers are required, allowing time for the compound to dry in between. After that, the dry compound will be sanded to a smooth finish. Level 4 stopping leaves the paper surface of the plasterboard exposed ready for painting.
Level 5 – Exceptional superior finish: A level 5 finish is required in the areas exposed to critical light to achieve an exceptionally smooth surface finish. The stopping is done to a Level 4 standard but then also includes a skim coat of plaster across the entire surface of the plasterboard. Our managing team will recommend Level 5 stopping if they see an area of critical lighting which may benefit from a smoother finish.
As part of the plasterboard stopping package, we can install the full range of GIB coves as well as the traditional square stop ceiling/wall junction finish
Whether you need just to fix minor paint imperfections or require a full-fledged team to handle a bigger painting project, Absolute Plasterboard services team is here for your help. Our qualified painters are ready to give our customers the best service money can buy.