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Gypsum Plastering In Kerala


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

We serve across all major cities in India.

    Gypsum is significantly superior to cement plaster Be the new generation builder in Kerala!

    Kanish Plasters is a fully trained plastering firm in Kerala specializing in rendering, dry lining, and gypsum plastering in Kerala for residential and commercial properties.

    Quick Setting Time

    Gypsum has a rapid setting time. Thus, painting may begin 72 hours after gypsum wall plaster application. Before painting, the plaster must be completely dry.

    Easy Finish

    Walls that are perfectly lined, leveled, and smooth, as well as flawless right-angled corners

    Lighter construction

    Gypsum plaster has a density of 700 kilograms per cubic meter, 50% less than typical sand cement plaster, which has a thickness of 1860 kilograms per cubic meter. Thus, utilizing gypsum plastering in Kerala to plaster walls reduces the building's structural load.

    Gypsum Plastering in Kerala

    Kanish Plasters specializes in interior plastering and has years of expertise repairing walls and ceilings to a smooth plastered surface so that the home's decoration may begin. Our professional plasterers are located in Kerala and have years of experience plastering interior walls and ceilings as part of residential and commercial property restoration projects. Our expert plasterers will produce plaster finishes of the highest quality using the best gypsum plaster brands in Kerala. As part of the surface covering process, we will guarantee that the surfaces of your walls and ceilings have both smooth surfaces and sharp, clear lines. Our plasterers, as plastering professionals, know to smooth or straighten the curves of damaged or uneven wall and ceiling surfaces by hiding any defects and producing an immaculate finish. After the plaster on your walls and ceilings has dried, you may begin decorating. Due to the high quality of the materials we use and our expertise, the surfaces should easily survive for decades if left undisturbed.

    Why Choose Kanish Plasters?

    Our five-star team's commitment to offering a quicker, more affordable, and environmentally friendly plastering solution.

    4-sigma level of quality

    Nobody in India can match our quality and assurance due to our strict quality checklists and growing quality management system.

    Satisfied customers

    Ninety-five percent of our clients give us a five-star rating.

    Delivery on Time

    Ninety-eight percent of our projects have been finished on time, following the timeframes established by our clients.

    Growth based on research

    We invest much in research to enhance the quality of our handiwork, our processes, and the longevity of the plaster.

    Complete Service

    From material procurement through application and quality control, we provide complete gypsum plastering services.

    Expertise in Gypsum

    We refer to ourselves as gypsum maniacs, and our authority in the field of gypsum plaster has been recognized.

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    Gypsum Plastering Advantages


    Construction is completed more quickly

    Sand Cement plaster takes 28 days of water curing before being smoothed with POP punning, which requires additional time. Within three days, you may finish your walls using Gypsum plaster and have a paint-ready surface (days as are necessary for complete drying)


    Decreased reliance on river sand

    Gypsum wall plaster is available in pre-measured bags. Simply add water, and you're set to go. River sand mining is detrimental to the ecology and is consequently prohibited in several states. Gypsum plaster is an excellent substitute for river sand in all indoor plastering applications.


    Curing Water

    Sand Cement plaster takes 0.6 kg/m2/day of water to cure. Thus, if your project is 1,00,000 square meters, you would demand 60000 liters of water every day. And, considering that Sand Cement plaster has a minimum drying period of 28 days, the quantity grows exponentially. Gypsum plaster walls eliminate the need for water curing, saving both money and the environment.


    Elimination of Shrinkage Cracks

    Shrinkage cracks are a significant issue in Sand Cement plaster and are produced by excessive hydration heat and poor curing. Because gypsum plaster does not have these issues, the walls are free of shrinkage cracks.


    Benefits of GRIHA Certification and LEED points

    TMC plaster products are GRIHA approved, which simplifies the process of obtaining approval from regulatory authorities. Additionally, the use of TMC plasters on-site contributes to the achievement of 27 LEED points.


    Constructing Lighter Buildings

    Gypsum plaster has a density of 700 kg/m3, which is more than half that of typical sand cement plaster (1860 kg/m3). Thus, the use of Gypsum plaster in Kerala for wall plastering reduces the building's structural load.


    Electricity Bills Reduced

    Compared to Sand Cement Plaster (0.72 W/m-K), our plasters have low thermal conductivity (0.25 W/m-K). It assists in keeping your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter, therefore reducing your energy costs.


    Everything counts.. counted!

    Frequently asked Questions

    Chemically, gypsum is known as calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO4 2H2O). There are three major types of gypsum found across the world.

    Natural gypsum, like other minerals, is found under the earth’s surface. This gypsum is referred to as Natural Gypsum. Natural gypsum is mined and extracted using traditional methods under the earth’s surface.

    Gypsum Wall Plastering in Kerala is a type of construction material used to plaster internal walls and ceilings with an even, smooth, and durable finish. Additionally, gypsum plaster maintains and protects the interior surface.

    When combined with water in the correct proportions, gypsum wall plaster is put to a prepared surface to provide an ideal surface for painting.

    Yes, gypsum plaster is a highly resistant and stable type of calcium sulphate hemihydrate. Mineral Gypsum is inert and entirely recyclable, making it an environmentally beneficial material.

    Gypsum is a naturally occurring mineral that has remained in its native state for decades. For millennia, gypsum has been utilized for interior plastering. It is still intact in several tombs and pyramids today. Modern building in India has recognized this for decades; several projects completed with our Gypsum plastering between two and twenty-five years ago have demonstrated outstanding outcomes.

    Gypsum is used for plastering across the world. Gypsum boards and plasters have been widely utilized in building throughout the United States and Europe for decades. In this decade, it is gaining significant acceptability in India.

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