Contrary to popular belief, the boarding part is just as important as the taping and finishing phase.
If necessary (or if requested by the client), prior to starting the boarding we will prepare the walls and ceilings using a number of techniques to straighten all the corners and correct uneven ceilings with the aid of modern laser tools.
When boarding, Joint placement and joint treatment are crucial to achieving a long lasting finish; the choice of fastening methods is also very important. Why is all this important? Mainly because of the drawbacks of wood framing (which is used in almost all houses) – building settling and truss uplift are two examples of the forces that act upon the drywall to create unsightly cracks, ripples and screw pops.
Our boarders have the experience and training that gives them a thorough understanding of how these processes affect the finished product down the road; all steps are taken to prevent cracks due to truss uplift, compression cracks and ripples in load bearing areas and cracks due to the normal activities in a household’s daily life.