Re: Expansion joint in double storey house2
Aug 15, 2019 5:59 pm
You should have an expansion joint in the stair void as it is a large surface area and will be prone to a bit of movement and vibration through walking up and down the stairs multiple times every day. Some builders will use a skirting to cover the break in the gyprock and some will do expansion joint and paint over.
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