DRY LINING

ICON-Dry-Lining  Dry Lining

Dry lining is an increasingly popular method of carrying out a lot of renovation and construction tasks. It provides a number of benefits which makes it an essential part of our company and will speed up, simplify, and reduce the cost of many different processes.

If you require any shoplifting work, make sure you deal with a company that you can trust. Give SWB Shopfitting and Joinery a call today on 07768 297 755.

What is Dry Lining?

Dry lining is a quick and simple method that we can use to replace the need for plastering. It achieves the same effect in a very short space of time, and the process is much cleaner. As a result, it has exploded in popularity over the last fifteen years.

It can be used in a number of different ways. Firstly, it can be used to provide a smooth and clean surface on top of internal brickwork.

Additionally, it can be used to create new walls and spaces entirely without the need to spend the time and money building a brick wall that would still need to be plastered.

What Are the Benefits of Dry Lining?

There are many reasons as to why dry lining is a vital part of all modern shopfitting:

FAST: Being able to create partitions and walls just by building a wooden or metal frame and fastening on the drywall is very quick, and we can typically begin decorating (painting or tiling for example) it straight away as we do not have to wait on any plaster drying.

CLEANER: Without the need for wet plastering, the entire process is much cleaner meaning we can minimise disruption.

VERSATILE: Dry lining can be used to achieve a large number of shopfitting procedures and can accomplish anything from covering a wall to creating a new space.

RELIABLE: Plaster can present a number of problems over time such as cracking and chipping. Drywall eliminates these issues.

What is Dry Lining Used For?

Dry lining can be used for a wide variety of applications when it comes to shopfitting.
Firstly, it can be used to cover up internal brickwork in order to create a clean and smooth surface for decoration. In the right hands, this is much quicker than plastering and can be worked upon straight away.

Additionally, the dry lining can be used to build partitions in order to create new spaces within your commercial unit. For example, you can create a new bar area, an office, or even separate changing rooms.

It can also be utilised in order to improve the acoustics of a room, perhaps to insulate certain areas from sound.

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There is no doubt that dry lining has massive potential when it comes to shopfitting, and there is a good reason as to why it has exploded in popularity over the last fifteen years or so. However, you need to make sure you are dealing with professionals who will deliver reliable and lasting results.

Give us a call today on 07768 297 755 to discuss how we can help you, or complete our contact form, and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

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31 Drumby Crescent
Glasgow
G76 7HN

Tel 0141 638 5932
Mob 07768 299 775
Email info@swbjoinery.co.uk

SWB Shopfitting & Joinery Ltd
VAT No. 680687301
Company No. SC548729

31 Drumby Crescent
Glasgow
G76 7HN

Tel 0141 638 5932
Mob 07768 299 775
Email info@swbjoinery.co.uk

SWB Shopfitting & Joinery Ltd
VAT No. 680687301
Company No. SC548729