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Gypsum Ceilings and Interiors
What is a Gypsum Board?

Gypsum board is a building material manufactured by compressing gypsum powder in between two hard papers – the facer and backer. Some people call gypsum board as drywall, plasterboard or sheetrock. The standard size for gypsum board is 1.2m by 2.4m.

What is a Gypsum Ceiling?

Gypsum Ceiling is a kind of suspended ceiling system actualized by fixing gypsum boards on metal profiles commonly known us studs and channels with drywall screws. The joints of the ceiling finally taped and skimmed with joint filler, sanded and painted.

What is Gypsum?

Gypsum is a non-metallic mineral mined in many parts of the World. In Kenya, gypsum mines are found in North Eastern and Eastern regions. Scientifically, gypsum minerals are composed of calcium sulphate dehydrate with chemical formular CaSO4·2H2O.

Do you Install Gypsum Ceiling?

We are experts in Gypsum Ceiling installation in Kenya and East Africa. We offer professional finishes yet affordable costs

What is the Cost of Installing Gypsum Ceiling?

Cost of gypsum ceiling in Kenya ranges between KES 2, 000-3, 500 per square Metre based on each particular design from simple to complex.

Is Gypsum Ceiling Good?

The biggest advantage of going for a gypsum ceiling is that it is a quick and clean method of installation that generates less dust during execution. Gypsum plaster boards are large, hence there are very few joints created during installation. These joints are finished with a jointing compound that dries very quickly

Can Gypsum Ceiling Reduce Heat?

Gypsum board is the most commonly used material for false ceilings due to its many benefits. One of those advantages is the heat-resistant property of this material. It has a noncombustible core that contains chemically combined water (in calcium sulfate)

What are the advantages of Gypsum False Ceiling?

Advantages of gypsum board include its low cost, ease of installation and finishing, fire resistance, nontoxicity, sound attenuation, and availability. Disadvantages include: difficulty in curved-surface application and low durability when subject to damage from impact or abrasion

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