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Our filling work

Hardly any other wall design is more timeless and valuable than a smoothly filled wall. Strong colors, patterned wallpapers and special fillings come into their own here.

After several years, have you had enough of woodchip wallpaper or old wallpaper and would you like to finally have smooth walls in your living or business premises?
We would be happy to help you!

In order to achieve the result you want, it is necessary to first carry out a substrate test.
We will clarify with you the optimal procedure for your filled walls and the necessary quality levels of the substrate in a detailed consultation.

The quality levels come from the area of drywall construction. They are a description of the surface quality of the filler.

What do the quality levels Q1 to Q4 actually mean?

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Q1 Filling Basic filling

In stage Q1, only the joints of the drywall panels are filled. There are no visual requirements for this step, as it is just the so-called basic filling.

Q2 filling (standard filling)

Level Q2 corresponds to standard filling. After stage Q1 has been carried out and dried, the panel joints are now finely filled. This allows us to achieve the desired smooth transition to the plate surface.
However, at this level of quality, the possibility of marking in the event of grazing light cannot be ruled out. Level Q2 surfaces are more suitable for woodchip wallpaper or dull to matt paints.

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Q3 filling

By implementing the quality level Q3, the streaking effects are generally reduced somewhat more.
Here, the pores are closed by filling the joints wider and by sharply scraping the plasterboard surfaces with filler. The surfaces are then sanded to remove any filler marks.

Q4 filling

With quality level 4 or Q4 for short, we now reach the highest level of filling work.
The surface is completely covered with filler and then sanded and filled several times in order to avoid unwanted effects as much as possible. However, undesirable effects due to variable light influences in natural light cannot generally be ruled out.

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