Taping And Jointing in the West of Ireland

By: O'connell Drylining  05/12/2011
Keywords: taping and jointing

Taping and jointing produces a smooth, continuous, crack free surface ready for final decoration. The jointing process has three application stages - bedding the tape and bulk filling the joint, secondary filling to take up shrinkage and then final finish (each is sanded down as applicable).

There are several advantages with this method compared to traditional plastering or skimming:-

  • Quicker application time on site
  • No drying time
  • No loading out and mixing of plastering materials
  • No subsequent drying out cracks
  • More cost effective

We have now completed many projects using this form of board finishing.

Keywords: taping and jointing

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