Take the risk out of Plaster Finishes by starting with a Fastfix base

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Company: Paul Industries

Why risk a less than perfect stucco plaster finish, when Fastfix takes the gamble out of achieving a consistent depth of cover?

Even the most skilled plasterer will struggle to meet quality standards and achieve a beautiful plaster finish if they start with an uneven base. With Fastfix Premium-6 Crimped Plaster Netting you’re assured of a consistent, uniform space between the netting and wall underlay – with less risk of human error in installation.

BRANZ appraised Fastfix has a regular 6mm crimp that creates even spacing across the entire span of netting.  This eliminates the need to manually insert spacers, avoiding the risk of inconsistent application as well as saving valuable time.  It can be run straight, or bent around corners, making it ideal for complex designs.

In this Ohauiti home by Brendon Gordon Architecture Ltd, Fastfix provided the reassurance of quality workmanship that they were after.   “It gives the plasterer an accurate depth of cover” said Brendon, “so it’s an ideal gauge for quality control”. 

Fastfix is equally at home in both residential and commercial applications.

It is manufactured in NZ, with a heavy 150g/m2 galvanised coating that delivers up to six times longer life than light galv netting.  And with Paul Industries’ unique one-phase crimping process, you get crimping of a consistently high standard without reducing the length of the roll.

Paul Industries recommend that Fastfix Premium-6 Plaster Netting be used in conjunction with Fastwrap Wall Underlay and Fastwrap Ultra-Bond Sill Tape.

Call 0800 330-320 or visit www.paulindustries.co.nz.

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