Drywall Pro Cut FAQs

If you can’t find the answer to your question on our FAQs page, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team at here Drywall Pro Cut. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.

 

Can I Set Up A Credit Account?

Yes. If you propose to buy at least £500 per month or more then please apply using the email address shown on the website enquiries@drywallpro-cut.co.uk

Can I Request Special Delivery Requirements, Like A Request For A Flatbed Lorry Or Van etc, Or Anything Else Specific To My Requirements?

Yes. Please make sure you fill in the details of your requirements in the ‘Order Notes’ section when you are in the Checkout.

Do The Products Carry A Fire Warranty?

The site is designed so that the customer chooses the makeup of their product by making choices as to which manufacturer to use, type and size of metal and which type of board to use. If the products selected are correctly chosen to the manufacturers’ specification then they will comply. It is the customers’ responsibility to select the correct products for their own specification.

Can I Get Help With Selecting The Correct Products For My Requirements?

Of course. Please contact us at enquiries@drywallpro-cut.co.uk

I Am Not Happy With The Delivery Charge Shown On The Website As I Have Only Ordered A Small Quantity?

Sometimes the delivery charge for lower quantities can be disproportionate. Please contact us through enquiries@drywallpro-cut.co.uk and we will gladly get an amended quote for your delivery.

The Delivery Charge Isn’t Shown In The Shop?

The delivery charge is not calculated until you go to the checkout area and fill out your required delivery address. We will calculate the delivery charge before you buy.

Can I Buy Your Products From Anywhere Else?

Yes. The following drywall distributors stock our products. Encon, Galaxy…tbc.

I Can’t Find The Size Of Board I Want, Do You Cut Other Sizes?

Yes. Please use our enquiries @ email and we will gladly advise.

What Is The Maximum Thickness Of Material Can You Cut To?

60mm

Can I Have Smaller Strips Of Plywood Cut To Size Than Shown On The Website?

Yes. Please use our enquiries @ email and we will reply ASAP and certainly within 24 hours.

What Is The Difference Between Drywall And Plasterboard?

Drywall and plasterboard are just different names for the same product.

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Pay In 4 allows you to spend £99.00 or more in a single transaction and pay it off in four bi-weekly instalments. Pay in 4 has no impact on your credit score and charges 0% interest on bi-weekly payments, according to PayPal. It’s essentially a low-risk micro-loan guaranteed by PayPal that allows you to purchase larger products like a TV or laptop more easily. There is also pay in 3 (lets you split your basket into 3 payments).

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PayPal does a mild credit check to see whether you’re eligible, that won’t harm your credit score. Before you make a purchase, your payment dates and amounts owed will be presented, so you’ll know precisely when and how much your credit or debit card will be charged for each payment.

PayPal Pay Later is a form of credit. So, you need to consider whether you can afford the repayments and possible impact to your credit score.

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How Do I Integrate PayPal Pay Later?

It’s as simple as 1-2-3 to pay in four instalments.

  • At checkout, click PayPal, then press Pay Later before selecting Pay in 4.
  • Get a decision in seconds and complete your purchase with your first payment.
  • Make the final three payments through the app or online, one every two weeks.

PayPal Pay Later
* Subject to status. Terms and Conditions apply. UK residents only. PayPal is a responsible lender. Pay in 3 performance may influence your credit score.
** Available on eligible purchases only. 180 day time limit and other terms apply.

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What is a deflection head?

A Deflection Head is utilised to allow for movement (up, down, or both) within the structure at the head of the partition. This movement (or deflection) is created by live and dead loads on the floor or roof above.

What is deflection in drywall?

The bending of joists, trusses, or rafters that occurs when a structure is overloaded is known as Deflection. Deflection movement causes a variety of interior building consequences. Deflection usually results in unattractive cracks in the drywall along the inside corners of the wall where it meets the ceiling, or along the filled out joints between the boards.

Where can I find deflection heads?

Here at Drywall Pro-cut, on line we sell BG/Siniat/Knauf Deflection Heads made in full. That is, we cut the board strips ( usually, Glasroc or plasterboard ) and screw them at the correct screw-centres to the metal head channel for you ( 50mm, 70mm metal etc whatever is your specification ) in whatever lengths you choose. We can also fix the fire strip onto the metal channel as well to your requirement. This saves so much time and money on site, ensures quality and your adherence to the specification.
We can also simply cut the board strips to length and width for you to fix yourselves on site. However, we firmly believe the more work we can do away from the site the better for that site!

What is plasterboard made from?

Plasterboard is basically an inner layer of gypsum sandwiched between two outer layers of lining paper. Gypsum is made up of crystals containing a small amount of water (known as water of crystallisation).

Are drywall and plasterboard the same thing?

Yes. Drywall is also known as plasterboard, wallboard, sheet rock, gypsum board, buster board, custard board, or gypsum panel.

What is the best way to cut plasterboard?

In our opinion, wherever possible, by using machinery in a factory controlled environment and then delivering it to site.
However, if you must cut on site the best technique to cut plasterboard in a straight line is to draw a line with a pencil first, then place a spirit level or other metal straight edge on top of it. While  scoring along the line with a sharp craft knife, keeping the straight edge firmly in place.

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