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Dry Lining Specialists

We Do Dry Lining

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Here to provide you with a stress free Dry Lining experience

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Choose Stallion Dry Lining for the best dry lining in Liverpool. We fix issues like poor materials and shoddy work, so you’ll be happy. Our expert team uses top-notch materials, making the dry lining process smooth and easy. Count on Stallion Dry Lining’s focus on you, the customer, for impressive results that make your property look great.

Types Of Dry Lining We Offer

Walls Rendering & Plastering

Gypsum Board Installation

Installing plasterboard sheets to walls and ceilings to create a smooth, even surface for painting or wallpapering


Metal Stud Partitioning

Constructing non-load-bearing walls using metal studs and tracks to divide spaces, create new rooms, or add sound insulation

Plastering Walls

Taping and Jointing

Sealing the seams between plasterboards with joint compound and tape to achieve a seamless and smooth finish

Wire Cables

Suspended Ceilings

We put up secondary ceilings to hide ductwork and wiring, make the room quieter, and make it easier to do maintenance.

Plastering House

Plasterboard Ceiling Installation

Fixing plasterboard to ceiling joists or a suspended grid system to create a smooth, even surface for decorating

Walls Rendering & Plastering

Drywall Insulation

We boost your property's insulation and soundproofing with materials like mineral wool or rigid foam boards behind the plasterboard

Stallion Workers

Specialists in Dry Lining

When you need dry lining done, why not choose Stallion Dry Lining? We’ve got over 15 years of experience and offer a variety of services. Our skilled team always aims for the best results, making sure our clients are happy. With our know-how and dedication to doing great work, Stallion Dry Lining is the trusted choice for all your dry lining needs

Dry Lining FAQs

Dry lining involves attaching plasterboards to walls or ceilings using adhesive dabs or screws, providing a smooth finish without wet plaster. It’s quicker and less messy than traditional plastering, and it can improve thermal and sound insulation.

Yes, dry lining can be used for both walls and ceilings. It’s suitable for masonry, cavity walls, and timber or steel stud frames, offering flexibility in a variety of situations.

The two main dry lining techniques are the “dot and dab” method, which uses adhesive dabs to attach plasterboard to walls, and the “tacking” method, which involves screwing plasterboard to timber or steel stud frames.

Dry lining can enhance thermal insulation by creating air pockets behind the plasterboard or incorporating additional insulation materials. This improves energy efficiency by reducing heat loss through walls and ceilings.

One potential disadvantage is that dry lining may not provide the same level of moisture resistance as traditional plastering. However, incorporating a vapour barrier can help prevent condensation and damp issues.

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