Sure, every one of us, when the time comesdo repairs, it becomes a difficult choice. Everyone wants to buy the best quality building materials and, of course, at an affordable price. And if modern houses are built in compliance with a number of requirements, and to level the walls in the premises do not need to build complex structures, then in the houses of old buildings, problems with repairs are much more.
Often the surface of the walls leaves much to be desiredThe best, and if, for example, you want to make decorative plaster or paint the walls, then they should be perfectly even. Here just comes to the aid of such a method as the leveling of walls with plasterboard. This method has several advantages. The first and not least is the naturalness of the material (the acidity of gypsum is close to the acidity of the human skin). Also with the help of this building material, you can solve the problem of soundproofing, and in wooden houses - resistance to fire. The leveling of walls with plasterboard is also suitable for bathrooms, if moisture resistant sheets are purchased, which can be finished with tiles.
In addition to moisture-proof (GKLV) and fire-resistant (GKLO)there are two more types of drywall. GCR - usual; It is used in premises with relative humidity not more than 75%, color gray. And GKLVO - moisture resistant, with increased resistance to the effects of open fire. Its color is red.
Ways to fix drywall to the wall
Align walls with plasterboard can becarry out two main methods. The first is the construction of a metal frame with the subsequent fastening of sheets to it. And the second (frameless) - gluing sheets with the help of a glue mixture. This method is convenient in that it takes several times less time than when attaching a drywall to a previously constructed structure. But in this case we will not solve the problem with additional soundproofing, as well as warming. Therefore, when choosing how to mount drywall to the wall, you need to proceed from what functions it will perform in the room.
Let's consider in more detail each of the mentionedmethods. The method of frameless fastening is suitable in cases where the walls have slight irregularities. The work process is quite simple: on the sheet from the back side, using a spatula with centimeter teeth, we apply glue composition. In places that coincide with the irregularities of the surface to be glued, add a little more glue. So we fill the cavities between the sheets and the wall. Do not forget to leave a distance of about 5-7 mm on the joints of two sheets. This is due to the fact that drywall is a "breathing" material, that is, as the humidity in the room increases, the sheets expand. These seams we will seal during the finishing with putty.
Aligning walls with gypsum boardfastening on a frame from a perforated profile is slightly more complicated, but it makes it possible to further insulate the room. Before proceeding with the construction, it is necessary to apply a marking on the floor, along which the guide profiles will be attached. With a laser level or plumb, which is much simpler, this markup is transferred to the ceiling, and then to the walls. Next, the rack profiles are inserted into the guides and fastened with screws. The thickness of the standard sheet drywall is 120 cm. Therefore, the distance between the rack profiles should be 60 cm so that the sheet abuts its middle in the rack profile to which it is attached. To provide additional rigidity of the construction, the rack profiles are connected by crosspieces. Fill holes with mineral wool or other insulation material. With this work, you can probably do it yourself, but you can do it competently only if you have at least a little skill. Therefore, in solving the issue: "How to level the walls with plasterboard?" Without a specialist you can not do. Especially if you want in addition to leveling the walls to make a multi-level ceiling, arched interstore or niches that will fill your favorite books.