KTBB Plastering - Services

OUR
SERVICES

KT Blue Board Plastering provides a variety of home construction services for our clients. Whether it is a bathroom or kitchen renovation, basement remodeling, or general home improvement project, we have the experience and skills to get the job done right. Our service and job quality is second to none. KT Blue Board Plastering is equiped to provide complete home repair and remodeling work, giving our clients top quality results every time.

KT Blue Board Plastering combines its years of experience with the creativity of design to transform ordinary areas into more functional and dynamic environments.

We will gladly work with you throughout the process from start to finish; helping your ideas become a reality.

Residential
Services

    ► BLUEBOARD

    ► PLASTERING

    ► WATER DAMAGE

    ► TREE DAMAGE REPAIR

    ► PATTERN MATCHING

    ► KITCHENS & BATHS

    ► POPCORN CEILINGS

    ► REPLACEMENT CEILINGS

    ► ADDITIONS

    ► BASEMENTS

    ► GARAGES

Commercial
Services

    ► BLUE BOARD INSTALLATION

    ► PLASTERING

    ► GENERAL CONTRACTING

    ► PROJECT MANAGEMENT

    ► DEMOLITION

NEW SERVICE

INSTALLATION OF DUROCK®
Durock® is a brand of cement backer board. Cement backer board is called by a variety of names such as cement board, backer board or tile underlayment. Additionally, some refer to all cement board as durarock, which is a metamorphosed version of Durock®. Durock® is composed of an aggregated Portland cement core which is coated with a glass-fiber mesh on one side. The smooth side is used for adhesive applications while the mesh side is used for thinset mortar or mastic application. One of the most common areas to use Durock® is in the bathroom because it is mold and moisture resistant. The product is noncombustible and it will not swell, soften, decay, delaminate or disintegrate.

FEATURED SERVICE

Veneer Blue Board Hanging for All Types of Construction

Blue board drywall and veneer plaster offer two advantages over ordinary drywall — quality and convenience. Veneer plaster is much harder than a regular drywall surface, making it less likely to get unsightly dents and scratches. The top surface of plaster veneer is continuous over the whole wall, so joints almost never show at all—and certainly never leap out at the eye the way drywall joints commonly do. Veneer plaster’s continuous surface is also a better base for paint. On a drywall surface, paint can dry differently on the paper surface than on the joint compound base at drywall seams. Even the most skillfully made drywall joints may show up in certain lights. Veneer plaster is much less likely to display any sort of visible shading difference. Painting veneer plaster is not required. Some people are happy with the plaster’s own natural off-white color, and consider the plaster’s smooth surface sufficient. It’s also possible to colorize the plaster coat itself, either by adding a high-quality paint to the plaster at the mixing stage, or by using proprietary coloring systems.