Gypsum & Ceiling Services

The most popular name for all panel products is gypsum board. They are generally made of gypsum with a non-combustible core and a paper surface on the face, rear, and long edges. Gypsum cores are found in almost all gypsum panel products. They may also come into contact with a range of materials, such as paper and fiberglass mats.

Drywall, plasterboard, and gypsum wallboard are all terms used to describe the gypsum board system. Other forms of paneling materials, such as fiberboard, hardwood, and plywood, are fundamentally different from gypsum board panels. Where fire resistance is necessary, the gypsum board is more popular because of its noncombustible core and paper facers.

Drywall ceilings, gyprock ceilings, gypsum ceilings, hotel false ceilings, gypsum ceiling work services, and gypsum designer ceiling works are among the services provided by Reliable Technical Services. We stay up to date on industry trends and are focused on providing a diverse range of fake ceiling contractors to our valued customers. We provide a wide range of contract services without sacrificing quality.

Gypsum Board Benefits: 

Gypsum board panels used on walls or ceilings can provide a number of noteworthy benefits:

1. Flexibility

Gypsum board may readily be used to create a variety of architectural element designs.

Gypsum boards are unmatched by any other surfacing product in terms of performance, availability, ease of application, ease of repair, and flexibility in all forms of ornamentation.

2. Installation Ease

The installation of drywall or gypsum wallboard is quicker and easier.

They come in lengths of 8, 10, or 12 feet and a width of 48 inches, making them the finest choice for covering a wide area of drywall or ceiling when compared to other materials.

Knives or saws can be used to cut them. 

Only a few tools are necessary for installation because they may be attached with a range of fasteners such as nails, screws, and staples. Because gypsum board sheets are lightweight, they can adhere to a variety of surfaces with adhesive. Because of the lightweight and vast size of the panels, only a few personnel can handle them, lowering labor costs.

3. Fire Retardant

They’ve been shown to be excellent fire-resistant building materials.

Their non-combustible core chemically mixed water at a rate of roughly 21%, releasing steam when the temperature rises. As a result, it is the most widely utilized interior finish where fire-resistant classification is necessary.

Under normal air pressure, steam does not reach 100 degrees Celsius, according to the study. This property aids in the prevention of heat transfer and fire spread.

Gypsum board makers conducted research in accordance with ASTM E 84, which revealed that it has a low flame-spread index and a low smoke-density index. This indicates that gypsum boards provide enough fire protection for other structural elements for a set amount of time.

4. Isolation of sound

Sound transmission can be successfully controlled by installing a gypsum board on drywalls and ceilings. The expected activities of the inhabitants should be considered by the building designer; for example, office space near a manufacturing unit requires more noise control systems than regular structures. As a result, using a gypsum board system to limit the passage of undesirable sound and noise to adjacent spaces might be an important consideration.

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5. Longevity

Drywall is a term used to describe high-quality walls made of gypsum boards. They have good dimensional stability and endurance and can also be utilized in ceilings. Decorate and refinish gypsum boards with ease.

6. Economic situation

They come in a variety of sizes and are simple to install on the wall or ceiling.

It is a fire-resistant wall surface and ceiling covering material that is reasonably inexpensive.

The total cost of installation/labor for the entire construction system is relatively low, making this system more appealing.