LevelLine & No-Coat 325 Case Study

LevelLine & No-Coat 325 Case Study

We headed out to The Southport School with Temple Constructions whom are currently working on the school’s new Annand Theatre. During this project, they encountered trouble getting the obtuse externals and internals close to the wall. The shadow-line detail on the ceiling would highlight the issue with the margin

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Leigh’s USB Rechargeable LED Lights – Product Review

Leigh's USB Rechargeable LED Lights -  Product Review

“LED There be light”, they said.  If you’re thinking of improving light onsite Wallboard’s new “LED light range” has a killer comprehensive range to get you set up. Whether you’re sanding internals, doing a final inspection prior to a pre-paint or lighting up a bigger area, simply click the

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Wallboard Tie Downs

Wallboard Tie Downs

The QUIK STRAP range of tie downs are made tough and will suit most contractors needs for an easy solution to securing loads. The Wallboard Tools Tie Downs are available as a simple cam buckle which is a single 25mm x 2.5m strap suitable for small load

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Award Metals Paper Faced Bead – Leigh’s Product Review

Award Metals Paper Faced Bead - Leigh's Product Review

Whether your construction is commercial or residential, we all face the same challenges, that builders continually shorten deadlines and still expect you to deliver that million-dollar finish. Award Metals Internal Paper Faced Bead could be a solution for finding extra time savings and building that all important

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FibaFuse – Myth V Fact

FibaFuse - Myth V Fact

There’s been a lot of discussion around whether FibaFuse meets Australian Plastering Standards and that it is carcinogenic and will cause cancer. Here’s what we know; FibaFuse hasn’t been tested against any Australian standards. Joint Tapes by themselves aren’t tested as there’s no particular standard just for tape.Warranty works in conjunction with the plasterboard

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Why buy an M Class Dust Extractor?

Why buy an M Class Dust Extractor?

Dust Class MMedium RiskAll wood dust and dust originating from repair compound, filler and clear coats, plaster, cement, concrete, tile cement and paints such as latex and oil paints or quartziferous materials such as sand and pebbles. Exposure occurs in construction related industries Respirable crystalline silica (RCS)

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