Aug 06, 2017 3:35 pm
Want to close up a gap between two rooms that is 2210 in length, 1130 in height and 120 wide. Have structural timber which is 90mm plus sheets of plasterboard 10mm. After attaching these I'll be left with the new plasterboard 5mm recessed from current wall.
Put me straight here but once I add the resin and screw the plasterboard on and then paper & cement around the edges will 5mm be noticeable or do I pack between the studwall and plaster?
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