- Gyprock sheets have a very smooth finish and this makes it easy to create surfaces of different textures.
- It helps in insulation and can be used in soundproofing rooms both on residential and commercial properties.
- Gyprock contains certain water compounds which lends it fire-resistant qualities. This also means the Gyprock installations can help slow down the progress of fire and this gives people some time to escape from the danger zone.
- If you feel that the drywalling on your property is getting old, you can get it replaced to spruce-up the look of the interior spaces in your home.
- Gyprock can be used in crack and cornice repairs as well.
- It’s an ideal decorative cornice installation material and we can customise these features for you.
The Versatility of Gyprock in Indoor Applications
Every property owner likes to upgrade their décor and interior design elements in their homes. It’s one way of adding a new look to the space and keeping it looking spruced-up and appealing at all time. However, it isn’t always possible or necessary to do major upgrades and sometimes even well-planned, smaller additions and installations can significantly improve the appearance of your home. This is where Gyprocking comes into the picture. We at Sydney Wide Plastering are the Gyprocking experts and can provide a wide variety of services. This material is quite versatile and can be used in a variety of installations such as ceilings and walls, bulkheads, cornices, multi-board installations, decorative Gyprock panelling in hallways and entranceways, soundproof plasterboard for rooms that need sound insulation and more. Gyprocking facts Let’s take a look at what makes this material so versatile: