Removing a Stud Wall
One of the most common walls that homeowners have removed when they want to open up the space in their home. As the frame of the stud wall is made from timber that planks to plasterboard, the removal process is not as strenuous as other materials. In fact, removing a stud wall can take a couple of hours, depending on the complexity of the project.
What is a Stud Wall?
A stud wall is a basic part of many homes in Perth. Made up of 4 components,
- Top Plate
- Bottom Plate
A stud wall is a timber frame that is glued and nailed together behind plasterboard. In many homes, the wall is load bearing, as it holds support beams from the ceiling. Many stud walls are used to hang pictures and decorated as feature walls in homes.
As a stud wall is relatively light compared to a brick wall, a homeowner can remove the wall if they know what they are doing.
When it comes to DIY home renovations, more often than not, homeowners learn as they go. However, prior to removing your stud wall, be sure to have the area inspected by a professional who can assess the wall. Once assessed and approved, you can remove the wall. With the right tools and equipment, you can safely and securely remove the stud wall. However, you need to ensure you know what you are doing, as things can go wrong.
If you want to update your home’s living space but aren’t confident on DIY wall removal, speak to the professionals. We measure, assess and safely remove stud walls in homes to create new walkways and spaces.
With over 60 years combined experience in the building industry, we have developed the necessary skills to safely remove stud walls. Along with specialist equipment, we work in accordance with safety regulations when removing a stud wall.
As a leading stud wall removal specialist, we take great pride in our work and provide you with the best service. No matter how old your home, all homeowners will love an open plan house. To find out more about our services, get in touch with Ezy Wall Removals today by calling 1300 784 620.