2 07, 2021

Sagging plasterboard ceilings

2021-12-09T11:29:15+10:00July 2nd, 2021|Ceilings sagging, Sagging ceilings|Comments Off on Sagging plasterboard ceilings

Learn about sagging plasterboard ceilings and potential dangers. Sagging plasterboard ceilings can be very costly to fix and disrupting to home owners. Here are some examples and recommendations on what to do regarding this potentially dangerous and serious common fault also some reasons as to what may be the cause. QBIS. Dangerous: example [...]

1 07, 2021

Sagging plaster sheeting

2021-11-26T12:29:17+10:00July 1st, 2021|Ceilings sagging, Sagging ceilings|Comments Off on Sagging plaster sheeting

Ceiling plaster sheeting that is sagging, causes and recommendations. Learn the causes of sagging plaster sheeting and rectification required. QBIS. Unfortunately the majority of the ceiling plaster linings in these photos are beyond re-securing and would require replacing. Significant dropping of ceiling plaster Large gap between roof frame and ceiling plaster sheeting. This [...]

1 07, 2021

Ceilings that are sagging beyond repair

2021-11-26T16:58:47+10:00July 1st, 2021|Ceilings sagging, Sagging ceilings|Comments Off on Ceilings that are sagging beyond repair

Learn why ceilings sag beyond repair and how to fix them. Ceilings that are sagging beyond repair with potential danger. QBIS. Potential danger of sagging ceilings collapsing: The inhabitants of this 3 year old house were not aware of the potential dangers of the sagging ceiling linings above them. The longer this problem is [...]

2 07, 2020

Ceiling sheets sagging

2021-08-15T18:50:42+10:00July 2nd, 2020|Ceilings sagging, Sagging ceilings|Comments Off on Ceiling sheets sagging

Ceiling sheets sagging. Ceiling sheets sagging.  QBIS. Large gap between the ceiling sheeting and where it should be secured, to bottom chord of a roof truss. This sheeting is sagging beyond re-securing and would require replacing. This approximately 3 year old house, north of Brisbane with ceiling linings sagging much more than usual (some [...]

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