There are six stages to Ames Taping:
Stage 1 The application of the tape.
Stages 2,3 & 4 are similar, each time applying a coat
of joint cement over the face of the tape.
Stage 5 is sanding of the joint cement.
Stage 6 is the application of a dry wall primer , ready for
So why use Ames Taping?
The answer is climate and cost.
Climate due to the fact that Ames Taping dries far quicker
than new plasterwork and as the saying goes "Time is
Our tapers are fully qualified British Gypsum Mechanical
Joint technicians. By applying the process of tape and cement
to the joints in plasterboard walls. they produce the smooth
surface ready to be decorated by the painters.