…. the economically viable alternative to drywall and plasterboards (c)

Posted in uPgrade your Drywall ! at 9:30 am by Magnesiacore Guy

To determine the economical viability of an alternative to drywall and plasterboards the entire application and system as a whole needs to be evaluated.  These costs include; 1) purchase price of the board 2) cutting and fitting time required 3) hanging the board 4) number of screws and fasteners 5) corner beading and metal trim work 6) filling and taping the gaps, joints and corners 7) skill level for feathering humps and bumps to make them less noticeable 8) sandpapering 9) dust management 10) clean-up 11) disposal of waste from the work 12) skill of the painter required to make finishes presentable 13) time on the job from start of boarding to start of painting 14) frequency and cost of repairs, renovation and retrofits over the lifetime of the building 15) environmental and health related costs 16) lost revenue downtime for construction, repairs, renovations and retrofits. Magnesiacore advantages in the cost, the time and skill level under points 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16 makes magnesiacore the economically viable alternative to drywall and plasterboards before considering all of the many other significant benefits and advantages that will make your work more valuable and less stressful to the environment.

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