Blueboard and Plaster

Our teams have years of experience working with blueboard, we want to give you the assurance that we will give you a product that can’t be beat. Whether it’s smooth seams, a perfect finish, or just a great design, we know we can create a final product you’ll love. Below we have a list of the steps involved during a blueboard hanging project, as well as what you can expect from our teams during each phase. These are all applicable whether it’s a residential or commercial project.


The process of hanging blueboard is fairly simple, but requires an expert hand. We will measure out the space, figure out the best location for the blueboard, and decide on where to position the board. We work hard to create even seams and a smooth final product in every project, so you don’t need to worry about rough edges or bad seams. Hanging blueboard can be difficult since it requires a steady hand and good eye for depth and height. Our teams have been hanging blueboard for years, so we know just how much it can handle and where it works best. Once the blueboard is hung we will move on to the next step, sealing the joints and adding plaster to the walls.


This is a crucial step of the blueboard process and we always involve the customer during this phase. If you’re looking for a particular style, a certain design, or just a flat coat, we will make it part of the final design. Creating a fantastic plaster coat takes years of practice and skill, and our teams have worked for a number of clients who want different designs and finishes. We will create a plaster design that you enjoy looking at, no questions asked.


The final step is to finish the project. If you asked for a custom design, we will work it into the plaster coat and ensure it’s smooth and uniform. During the finishing step we will review with you, the customer, to make sure you’re satisfied with the final product and don’t need any changes made. Our teams want to put you first, so we’ll review the final product and check for any cracks, edges, or rough textures. Once this is done your walls are officially ready for paint!