Here at Drywall Pro-Cut, we are proud to be one of the country’s leading drywall contractors in the UK. A quick Google search will show you many different contractors claiming to be the best drywall contractors available. But, when it comes to installing construction materials, it’s important you do your research. You need to find out how each contractor operates. The tragic Grenfell disaster highlights the need for a reassessment of construction material installation processes. Quality control across the materials themselves was no longer enough. A consistent process for installing such materials also need to be established.

What Is Drywall? 

Drywall is a type of construction material used for both residential and commercial buildings. It is a very popular choice of material to work with due to the fact that it is durable and versatile. In addition, when installed properly, it’s cost-effective. Furthermore, made out of gypsum, drywall is used to create walls and ceilings. However, it can also be used to make other building features such as eaves and arches.

Drywall makes up a huge part of a buildings’ composition, and directly influences the structure. Additionally, it plays a pivotal role in the fire and acoustic makeup of the building too. Therefore, with this in mind, the installation of drywall is important. Consequently, whoever installs it, has some serious responsibility for the overall makeup and the safety of the building.

Optimising Safety Levels | Drywall UK

In order to meet the demand for drywall, some contractors will have significantly large workforces on site due to how much labour is required. For fast-moving projects, the amount of work required to quality check everything being installed is a large responsibility. Therefore, it can sometimes be daunting. Here at Drywall Pro-Cut, we realised that to gain a better control of the drywall installation process, we should standardise some of our processes. By doing so, it ensures a strict process that improved quality and adhered to manufacturers recommendations would always be followed. No matter who was working on the operations or installation. As a result of the standardised operating procedures, we can guarantee optimised safety across all aspects of the on and off-site production.

Uniform Processes 

By making some of the crucial components on-site we are already lowering the risk of safety malfunctions. For instance, deflection heads, builders’ works openings, and door sets that are fire, acoustic, and structurally compliant. Essentially, we can “factory control” the site quality. Therefore, everyone involved are rest assured that they are investing in safe and compliant materials every time with Drywall Pro-Cut. This includes, the main contractors, insurers, specialist drywall contractors, and of course commercial clients.

Contact Us Today | Drywall Pro Cut UK

Are you looking for drywall contractors in the UK? Would you would like to find out more about the drywall installation services that we can offer here at Drywall Pro-Cut? Then, do not hesitate to get in touch today. Explore our website for more information, or email to speak with a member of our helpful and friendly team.

If you have found this blog helpful, then you may wish to read our previous blog on Drywall Maintenance.

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