Aug 10, 2021 10:16 pm
The old part of my property is an original settler's cottage, built around 1850. The new part at the rear was built in the 1980s.
There is an open doorway between the two sections and the plasterboard here has repeatedly cracked.
The house is on very reactive clay soil in Adelaide and is on the side of a hill. I am in two minds how best to repair it as it constantly cracks. Any advice appreciated!
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thepa1nterPlasterboard loose from studPlasterboard loose from stud
whoever sheeted your house either failed to apply enough glue or the glue has hardened as they fitted and not stuck. Steel frame is bad for glue letting go, especially on…
moudzjPlasterboard cracks - Builder responsibilityPlasterboard cracks - Builder responsibility
Good to hear Bansi. Its unfortunate that you couldn't negotiate the builder to cover all the costs, but its no big deal. A good outcome overall i think. Goodluck.