Plasterboard and Stud Work
Capital Plastering Ireland have extensive experience with installing plasterboard and studwork to form interior partition walls and to create wall linings for extensions and loft conversions in residential properties.
Typically plasterboard and studwork are used for non-load bearing walls, or perhaps to cover exterior wall surfaces in modern buildings, conversions or extensions. Nowadays it is more commonly used because
it provides a quicker, easier and more cost effective solution than using bricks or blocks.
Capital Plastering Ireland are able to provide a comprehensive plasterboard installation including all aspects of studwork, with a top coat of plaster skimmed over it all to give a smooth finish to your walls which is ideal for decorating.
We work both independently and in collaboration with several attic conversion specialist building contractors to bring a smooth finishes to internal wall surfaces once they have completed the structural building work.
This is perhaps the most common use for plaster boarding and stud work. Partition walls are a modern and practical way to create separation between internal spaces, to split a room or to add internal features and facilities like an en suite, utility room or storage space to your home.
First Capital Plastering Ireland create and install the stud work, then a layer of plasterboard is applied and finally a top coat is applied to skim over the surface and create a smooth level finish ready for painting and decorating.
If you are extending your home you will need to have your interior walls covered in readiness for decorating. Capital Plastering Ireland are able to plasterboard over the inside surface of exterior walls to give a smooth consistent finish.
Capital Plastering Ireland can also incorporate the construction of partition walls using stud work and plaster boarding in order to create new spaces for internal features such as utility rooms, cloakrooms, toilets, en suites and recessed storage cupboards.
Capital Plastering Ireland work with several attic conversion specialists in Dublin and the surrounding areas to add the finishing surfaces to their construction work in newly converted loft extensions.
Capital Plastering Ireland usually install plasterboard and stud work to cover RSJ’s, joists, roof lining, insulation and other fittings, as well as to construct separate spaces for features such as en suite bathrooms, showers, fitted storage areas and wardrobes.
Garage and Outbuilding Conversions
Capital Plastering Ireland have worked on a number of conversion projects where homeowners have decided to change the use of their garage or an outbuilding to create an additional living space.
Often these are converted into an additional reception room, incorporated into a kitchen-diner or used to create a separate downstairs toilet/bathroom, utility room, study or home office.
Capital Plastering Ireland typically install plasterboard and build walls with stud work.
Once the insulation and other fittings are in place and the plasterboard fixed in position, we then skim the walls to create a smooth plaster finish. The walls are then ready to decorate.