Make your construction projects more profitable using Gypsum Plastering

Powering over 300 small builders to enterprises to adopt gypsum plastering

India's largest gypsum plastering as a service company

Builders trust us for providing gypsum plastering service with #1 quality at affordable prices.

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Kanish Plasters Rated as Best in India

For providing faster, cheaper and green plastering solution by our 5 star team

4-sigma quality

With our stringent quality checklists and evolving quality management system, nobody in India can beat us in quality and guarantee.

Customer satisfaction

Rated 5 star by 95% of our customers.

On-Time Delivery

98% of our projects have been completed on time in partnership with the clients timelines.

Research-led growth

We invest in extensive research to improve workmanship, techniques and life of the plaster.

Turn Key Service

End to end gypsum plastering services from materials sourcing to application and quality control.

Gypsum Expertise

We call our selves gypsum maniacs, we hare honored by the authority we hold in the field of gypsum plaster.

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    How Gypsum Plastering helps builders?

    1

    Light weight

    Gypsum plasters weigh 40% lower in contrast to other materials thus increasing the shelf life and strength of the frames.

    2

    Fire and heat inhibition

    Gypsum plasters are not combustible, and strengthen the fire and heat resistance of the building.

    3

    Perfect acoustics

    Gypsum plastering solutions reduce noise to a great extent due to their sound insulation properties and this could benefit educational institutions, hospitals, commercial buildings, etc.

    4

    No water curing

    Gypsum plastering doesn’t require curing like sand cement plastering, and so it reduces time and water consumption.

    5

    No shrinkage cracks

    Unique ability to produce smooth finish, crack-free walls, and well-shaped corners.

    6

    Compatibility

    Gypsum plasters are compatible with all types of bricks, blocks, AAC, paints and primers, unlike other plasters.

    7

    No putty required

    Because gypsum wall plastering has the capacity to produce a smooth, no-crack wall, a putty finish is not required.

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    Proven since ages

    Gypsum plastering has been in use across Europe and South-East Asia since the 1960s, due to its unique characteristics.

    All Major builders have shifted to Gypsum Plastering Why not you?

    Speed up your construction using gypsum plasters and be the modern builder India expects

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    Kanish Plasters Setting Gold Standard in Gypsum Plaster

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    Frequently asked Questions

    Our internal research study revealed that, for every sq.ft, gypsum plastering saves 30% more than cement plastering in terms of cost. Gypsum plastering consumes 75% time lower than cement plastering. Unlike Cement plasters, gypsum plasters do not require water curing and putty application. Overall, gypsum plasters have lower manpower and resource requirements and so are cost-effective.  

    Gypsum plastering offers numerous benefits than cement plastering in terms of resource consumption, durability, output and acoustics. Gypsum Plastering is fire resistant, sound proof and heat resistant. Amazingly better properties than cement sand plaster.

    We have a research team that continuously finds ways to achieve consistent and lifetime quality. Our quality process is constantly evolving and we are on path to have the highest quality standards in plastering. Our checklists for quality inspection are the best in the world for plastering. In short we Kanish Plasters are defining the gold standards of plastering in India.

    Yes. Gypsum is a very forgiving surface. Any primer and paint can be used on gypsum. However primer needs to be applied before applying paint. All types of paints, wallpapers, and special texture paints can be applied on gypsum walls

    Yes. Gypsum can be applied directly on the brick substrate. Rough Plastering is not needed until the thickness of gypsum goes above 1 inch.

    Gypsum Plasters have a higher compressive strength than cement. Cement acquires strength from water curing, while on the other hand gypsum gets its strength when mixed with water at the right time and in the right proportions. Gypsum has a higher breakpoint and a greater strength as it is a naturally occurring rock. 

    Before Cement was discovered, gypsum and limestone plastering were the common plastering methods. Limestone was commonly used during the pre-cement era because it was cheaper and widely available. Yet limestone plastering is inferior in quality. Gypsum has been a premium plastering method used in developed nations since then. Egyptian pyramids to all major buildings including Burj Khalifa and Petronas Twin Towers of Malaysia are done with gypsum plastering. It lasts multiple generations and has a better life than cement.

    No. Gypsum is not a material that is used to bond two different substrates. Gypsum can be applied over mortar joints,  but not as mortar joints. 

    Yes. It has major 4 benefits. It saves at least Rs.35/square feet in cost apart from saving 75% of construction time. Gypsum plastering does not need water curing,  and has no shrinkage cracks.  Gypsum keeps the room cool, has better acoustic properties and is fire resistant as well. Cement lags behind in all these.

    Gypsum is a naturally occurring mineral. It is mined, powdered and heated to high temperature to lose water. Then it is stored in bags. During application, when mixed with water, it gets back to the natural rock formation. 

    Yes, Gypsum plaster is completely recyclable and environmentally-friendly.  Gypsum is also an integral part of green buildings certification. Gypsum plaster’s main constituent is stucco, obtained from mines after heating the gypsum rock that goes back to its original form providing required strength after adding water to it.

    The paint surface should be hacked and sandblasted before applying paint. The same procedure that we follow to apply cement on paint works for gypsum as  well.

    Yes, applying primer is a must before painting. Primer increases the bonding between gypsum and paint, while increasing the life of the painted wall.

    The minimum thickness of gypsum plastering is 2mm and the maximum is 24mm. If it is above 24mm, the surface has to be prepared before applying gypsum. At Kanish Plasters, we have quality checkpoints and norms to ensure life and consistency.

    Yes. All major builders have already shifted to gypsum and several government projects are already on gypsum. Kanish Plasters is the only gypsum plastering vendor for several government projects. 

    Gypsum is a naturally occurring recyclable material. It helps save energy at home because it is heat resistant. During LEED certification of green buildings, gypsum plastering has points that add up for certification. All major certified green buildings use gypsum plaster.