What is Versilux sheeting?

What is Versilux sheeting?

Versilux lining is a flat sheet with square edges for butt joints. Sanded smooth and pre-sealed, Versilux lining is a flat surface that is site-painted to create a panellised look. A versatile internal wall and ceiling lining.

What is the difference between Versilux and Villaboard?

Unlike Villaboard, Versilux is square on the long edges for making butt joins and accessory joins doing away with set joints that require extra finishing time and cost.

Can Versilux be used as external cladding?

Not suitable for external wall cladding applications.

Can Villaboard get wet?

Villaboard™ is a heavy-duty wall lining compared to plasterboard. Ideal for use in bathrooms and wet areas, if the waterproofing fails you can rest assure that Villaboard won’t.

Does Villaboard need waterproofing?

Wet area plasterboard perform just as well as villaboard IF the waterproofing holds up. If the waterproofing on villaboard gets damage, its less of an issue. Villaboard also require proofing.

Can you use Villaboard on ceilings?

Villaboard is seamless flat, internal wall or ceiling lining that can be painted, wallpapered or partly/fully tiled.

Can you use Hardiflex for ceiling?

Yes. HardieFlex® sheets with a minimum thickness of 4.5mm can be used for internal walls in residential applications. It can also be used for other applications such as ceilings and eaves.

Can you paint Versilux?

Versilux™ lining is also used for ceilings and eaves/soffit applications. Main features: Durable internal lining sheet. Suitable surface for paint finishes.

What happens if Blueboard gets wet?

Water Resistance Blueboards are made of gypsum and do not have any moisture-resistant paper covering; this makes them neither waterproof nor water resistant. Water resistance is an important criterion because exposure to water will result in the formation of mold and mildew, leading to eventual rot and breakage.