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Yorkshire plasterers first in region to use Fermacell boards

A plastering and construction company in East Yorkshire has become one of the first in the region to be fully trained to use the pioneering new sustainable building material, Fermacell.

Carl Martin, the managing director of Beverley Plastering Service Ltd (BPS), told the Hull Daily Mail that their use of Fermacell is ideal for the region, which is fast gaining momentum as one of the top areas for sustainable business in the UK.

"The concept of Fermacell boards is very simple, yet the materials are so innovative and offer benefits that could revolutionise the construction business,” he explained. “Becoming one of the first approved installers for Fermacell is a massive step forward and yet another boost for the region’s renewable credentials.”

The boards are made from material that is 93 per cent recyclable and can be used for a range of internal construction jobs, according to Mr Martin. He explained that the boards can reduce construction time by as much as 50 per cent because they do not need a skim plaster finish, like traditional wall dry-lining techniques do.

He stated that Fermacell can saves businesses time and keep down costs, adding, “Becoming one of the first approved installers for Fermacell is a massive step forward and yet another boost for the region’s renewable credentials.”