Dry lining tape is used to reinforce the joints found between drywall and plasterboard. This tape will then be covered with joint compound before being subsequently sanded; providing a seamless edge that can be subsequently painted. This type of tape is also slightly flexible; allowing the associated joints to expand and contract. This makes it much less likely that cracks will occur in the future.
The professionals at Buildworld are pleased to provide a wide variety of dry lining tapes for various requirements. For instance, mesh tape (known as scrim) is often used to fill in larger gaps or to offer an additional level of support. Some are configured with a self-adhesive backing while others boast mould-resistant qualities. In the same respect, certain tapes are embedded with a metal strip; suitable for corners. Please take a closer look at our selection of dry lining tapes.