Dot & Dab

Dot and dab is the process where the plasterboard is stuck to the blockwork using dabs of adhesive. In situations where insulation levels require increasing, composite boards can be used for dot and dab. The dabs of plaster are applied to the wall and the boards are then fitted against the wall and tapped into position with a long straight edge. The dot and dab procedure requires a great deal of experience. You will need a good plastering and drylining company, such as Jh professional plastering, to perform the dot and dab for you. If you require a plastering company to perform the service for you then we can offer the perfect plastering solution.

Direct Bonding may be specified with confidence for application to most masonry backgrounds depending on the condition: When minimum cost and simplicity of application is required. This dot and dab system utilises one layer of plasterboard or insulating laminate boards. These boards are fixed with bonding compound in a regular pattern known as dot & dab, allowing the boards to be fixed with minimum projection. The system allows overriding nominal irregularities in the background and will accommodate shallow service runs within the lining void
We offer competitive prices, and to assure the quality of our work. We are a member of The GN alliance where, a strict standard has to be met in order to gain this mark of quality and we are also under constant monitoring from the board.

If you have any questions about our dot and dab service then please feel free to contact us today and we will do all we can to answer the queries that you have, in your business or in your home, why not contact us for a no obligation quotation now.

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