Dry lining is much quicker than traditional plastering, but still creates a wall that is easy to paint or cover. By adding dabs of a plaster and adhesive mix to the wall, a dry lining specialist can press the plasterboard to ensure a secure bond is formed. This method quickly produces a smooth surface, saving both time and money.
To ensure that the insulating properties of the wall are not lost, specialist insulation can be glued to the back of the plasterboard to help keep the heat in and the cold out. When the plasterboard is being attached to metal or timber studs, the insulating layer can be fitted into the gaps between the stud work.