Essentially, the term interior work means the finishing work in the interior of a building. This includes the manufacture of interior walls, sub-floors and cladding of floors, walls and ceilings. The modern interior design is realized less with masonry than with drywall.
Traditional masonry work (e.g. for load-bearing walls, add-ons or additions to existing walls) is completed first, including interior plastering, before beginning the much cleaner drywall.
With the flexibility and the possibilities of modern drywall construction, even demanding solutions can be produced quickly and inexpensively, which easily meet the requirements for design, functionality, acoustics and fire protection.
Even in damp rooms, specially impregnated gypsum boards are used that are not sensitive to moisture. Toilets and sinks can easily be hung on the stud frame.
In order to ensure optimal soundproofing, the screed is laid separately in the rooms. Even if underfloor heating is installed in the room, it is easier if the walls are already in place. However, if it is foreseeable that a wall will be removed again, it can also be installed on the screed. Finally, ceilings (e.g. with wooden floorboards) and walls are covered with varnish, paint or wallpaper.
We also take over the coordination of related trades such as heating, plumbing and electrical work. This means that you only have one contact person for your entire project – namely us!