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Dry Lining Manchester Bury

DRYWALL MACHINES LTD

SKILLED
AND QUALIFIED
LABOUR ON SITE

RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRIAL

We are Dry-Lining Subcontractor on Commercial Projects in North West, based in Salford, Greater Manchester. We cover BURY and other areas. We do labour only sub-contracts for Commercial Projects – Refurbishment or New Build. We specialise in supplying skilled and qualified labour on sites – Residential, Commercial, Infrastructure and Industrial. Also we are offering solutions for private clients, we can supply and fit what you need. We are offering to our clients advice and support from planning to completion. Years of hard work and years of education to achieve higher levels in our knowledge. Doing additional courses such as NVQ levels, IPAF, PASMA, SMSTS, First Aid at Work and lots of everyday lessons made us a company you can trust.

SKILLED
AND QUALIFIED
LABOUR ON SITE

RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRIAL

We are Dry-Lining Subcontractor on Commercial Projects in North West, based in Salford, Greater Manchester. We cover BURY and other areas. We do labour only sub-contracts for Commercial Projects – Refurbishment or New Build. We specialise in supplying skilled and qualified labour on sites – Residential, Commercial, Infrastructure and Industrial. Also we are offering solutions for private clients, we can supply and fit what you need. We are offering to our clients advice and support from planning to completion. Years of hard work and years of education to achieve higher levels in our knowledge. Doing additional courses such as NVQ levels, IPAF, PASMA, SMSTS, First Aid at Work and lots of everyday lessons made us a company you can trust.

Drylining Bury

Dry-lining a wall simply means attaching plasterboard to a wall, or other surface, which gives you a smooth finish to decorate straight away. It’s relatively easier, cheaper and safer to get a good result this way rather than with wet plaster and dry lining is an easier alternative to re-plastering.

“Dry lining is generally faster and easier to install than wet plaster, and generally results in an overall construction that weighs less. Dry-lined walls are easier to change, making buildings more flexible. Dry lining can also be used to increase thermal insulation and to prevent condensation. Additional insulation may be installed behind the plasterboard, and a vapour barrier might also be installed.”

by Drywall Machines Ltd – Drylining Contractors Bury, Manchester

Dry lining can have less load-carrying capability that traditionally finished walls, which may be a problem for fixing wall-hung cupboards or shelves. It can also be easier to damage.

We have knowledge in different specs, requirements and site-specific details.

During last 3 years we have been helpful sub-contractor on lots of Commercial Projects in North West. We have been able to help to handover 3 large projects in Manchester.

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With a solid reputation for quality, consistent reliability, exceptional client liaison and sensitivity to the special needs and requirements of our clients. What’s more, we’re well-known for delivering projects on time and to budget.


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    DRYWALL MACHINES UK

    Why choose Us?

    Safety first.

    Safety first. We take it seriously – our responsibility is that all our staff will leave site everyday safely. Fully Insured.


    We can provide you with required amount of qualified and experienced labour on site.

     

    If you need help with Project Management, we can arrange this for you providing Supervisor / Site Manager with qualifications and certificates to run the job.

     

    DRYWALL MACHINES UK

    Our Services

    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Dry-Lining Services What is Dry-Lining… Unfortunately even now not everyone knows the modern way of construction, mostly it covers internal works,
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Partitions Services 1st fix – Under this meaning specialist knows that building of partitions is required, sometimes suspended ceilings need doing
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Suspended Ceilings Services There are different types and various design specs for suspended ceilings. Common types are – MF and Grid.
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Plastering Services Multi finish or Board finish plastering widely used everywhere from small projects to massive ones. Using these materials will
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Tape and Jointing Services Some projects will do another way of finishing their plasterboards by using filler. Where you need to

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    Bury

    Bury is a large market town in Greater Manchester, England, on the River Irwell 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Bolton, 5.9 miles (9.5 km) southwest of Rochdale and 7.9 miles (12.7 km) northwest of Manchester. Bury is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, and had a population of 78,723 in 2015; the borough had a population of 165,574 in 2021.

    In 1972, Bury merged with the neighbouring municipal boroughs of Radcliffe and Prestwich, together with the urban districts of Whitefield, Tottington and Ramsbottom in 1974 to become the Metropolitan Borough of Bury. The borough is part of the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester.

    Bury is located on the edge of the western Pennines in North West England, in the northern part of the Greater Manchester Urban Area. Its position on the River Irwell has proved important in its history and development. Flowing from north to south, the river divides the town into two parts on the east and west sides of the valley respectively. The town centre sits close to, and above, the river on the east side. Bury Bridge is a key bridging point, linking the east side of town and the town centre with the western suburbs and Bolton beyond. Other bridges across the river are few—there is one at Radcliffe Road to the south and one at Summerseat to the north. There is a bridge at the Burrs, but it serves a cul-de-sac and does not allow full east–west access. To the south, the main tributary (the River Roch, flowing from the east) joins the Irwell close to another significant bridging point, Blackford Bridge. This carries the main road south (the A56) towards Manchester.