This process is increasingly in demand for areas where other wet trades such as plastering could be an issue. Schools in particular, will now only use Taping And Jointing.
It is a superb alternative for retail and commercial clients who have tight deadlines for completing the work and don’t have the luxury of waiting several days for plaster to dry.
But What is Taping and Jointing?
Taping and Jointing is a process of seamlessly jointing tapered plasterboards to a surface, then taping these joints to ensure the plasterboard can be left with an equivalent finish to standard plastering.
With taping and jointing only the joints are treated before they are sanded and smooth, ready for decoration.
What advantages are there to Taping and Jointing?
Speed – Our fully qualified tradesmen and women can complete this process much quicker than plastering entire surfaces.
Cleanliness– Plastering is a messy business due to the substantial amount of water used in the process. With taping and jointing, only small areas have compound applied.
Final Finish – The final finish is much superior to standard plastering, with the advantage that most of the area to be decorated already has a factory prepared smooth surface
Cost – Taping and Jointing is a much quicker process using fewer materials, ensuring projects can be delivered on budget.
Logistics – Due to the quicker drying time and a cleaner environment, other trades can work on the project at the same time. This means that costs are reduced, with less planning and delays.
M2 Decorating Ltd works in a clean and professional manner ensuring that working areas are always ‘cleared as we go’. Our qualified tradesmen and women are well experienced at providing superb final finishes that will be durable and hardwearing.