Automated Tools Are Now Must-Haves – Here’s Why!
Did you know, the very first drywalling taping tools came onto the market back in the 1930s? That’s nearly 90 years ago. But the truth is, even in 2019, many contractors are still working as if they’re back in that era. and it’s understandable. Is It Time To Upgrade? If you normally do your drywalling by hand in the time-tested way most professionals learned their trade as apprentices, you might not have given the new automatic taping tools a second thought. After all, you don’t...Read More >
Level 5 – Affordable Drywall Tools That Work!
Here’s some great news for drywallers everywhere, and it’s called Level 5. If you’re looking for quality at competitive prices when you’re stocking up on drywall tools, you’ll definitely want to consider Level 5 products. Who Are Level 5? Level 5 began trading (under a different name...Read More >
Dry Lining Vs Wet Plaster – Which Is Best?
When it comes to getting that professional finish on your interior walls, it’s essential to go for the materials that give you the appearance and functionality you need, at the right price. You’re basically faced with the choice between wet plaster and dry lining. Of course the decision will ...Read More >
The Different Types Of Plasterboard Joint Tape
Getting the right materials for any job is vital. Fortunately these days it’s not hard to find just the right quality product, designed specifically for the task in hand. That's why plasterboard joint tape comes in two types, so when you’re planning the finishing materials for your next job y...Read More >
Drywall Flat Boxes – Should You Be Using One?
If you’re about to start putting up some drywall or thinking about becoming a drywalling professional, getting the right kit for the task in hand can be challenging - especially if you’ve little-to-no experience in the field already. That said, you’ll be pleased to hear there is a range of ...Read More >
4T Jointing Compound – Versatile, Durable & High Quality
As one of the leading jointing compound products available on the market right now, 4T has been designed specifically for the drywall professional. If you’re looking for a compound that can make your job easier, this is the one for you. 4T has such a multitude of uses that it can save you both ...Read More >
Flex Power Tools – ‘The Original’
When it comes to the plastering and drylining industry, Flex have been at the forefront of the market with their range of drills, mixers and vacuums for decades. With their commitment to developing quality tools and providing great customer service, Flex Power Tools are one of the biggest brands ...Read More >
Plastering Trowels – Plastic Or Metal?
Over the last few years, there’s been a stark increase in the use of plastic trowels within the UK plastering industry. Not only that, there is now a clear division between tradesmen as to which is the better tool for the job - plastic or metal. With such a huge range of choice now available...Read More >
What Plastering Tools Does An Apprentice Need?
So you’re about to embark on the road to becoming a fully trained professional plasterer? That’s great news - but what exactly do you need to get started? Understanding what tools an apprentice plasterer needs can be challenging, especially if you’re completely new to the industry and start...Read More >
How To Repair A Damaged Plaster Wall
Keeping your home looking great can be a constant challenge as you fight against cracks and holes appearing all over the place. Repairing damaged plaster can often be high on your list, but thankfully it’s a task that can be completed successfully by a skilled DIYer. As homes age, it’s only n...Read More >
Plastering & Drylining Health & Safety Tips For Work On-Site
When it comes to staying safe on the job, health and safety is not something you should ignore in any profession. Although it can sometimes seem time-consuming and even frustrating, the whole idea of this practice is to keep you and those working around you safe. If you’re not convinced of its ...Read More >
Secure Your Plastering & Drylining Tools With Armorgard
After a long day on site, it’s time to down tools and head home for a well-deserved break before starting up again the next day. The plastering or drylining tools you’ve worked hard and paid for need to be stored safely overnight under lock and key until the next morning, so it’s important ...Read More >