Whether over wood, lath or steel studding, all panels are glued and affixed into place using screws and the appropriate fasteners. Once the proper length is determined for each sheet, a liberal amount of adhesive is applied to each stud to insure bonding, fasteners are then applied to the tapered edges and each board is checked for contact to the studs.
Great care is taken use the correct size of board in each room so as to keep joints to a minimum. Less joints, less taping and finishing, cleaner looking product.
- Glue adheres sheetrock to studs.
- Butt joints are staggered for strength.
- Care in hanging allows for a cleaner end product.