Corridor lining with plasterboard and OSB

There are two floors in my house, and in most rooms relative or complete repairs are made. But the corridor, where the boiler is located and the exits to the bathroom and toilet, and is left unfinished. Finally, the move reached him: 1. The condition of the room can be seen in the photo. The wall near the boiler was insulated with foam blocks, but it was not enough for one lane, so it stands. On the second wall there used to be a window leading to the summer kitchen, I laid it, but the transition with the wall was very large. Plastering normally did not have enough time, so the former window got the rest of the concrete solution from other works.  Corridor paneling with gypsum board and slabs
2. I cleaned the walls with a broom, and proceeded to install the profile on the wall. Measured the desired piece, cut it with scissors for metal. The wall is not long, so I decided to put the profile on 3 anchor bolts. 3. Drill for metal drilled in the profile holes for bolts. The drill bit was slightly smaller than the bolt thickness.
 Covering the corridor with plasterboard and slabs
4. I made holes in the wall with a concrete drill.
 Covering the corridor with plasterboard and slabs
5. Installed anchor bolts on the profile as shown in the photo.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
6. Attached a profile with bolts to the holes and with a hammer hammered them into the wall approximately in the middle of the anchor's length.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
7. Then, using a screwdriver, tightly tighten the bolts, slightly pressing them into the profile.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
8.This is what a fully installed profile looks like.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
9. Similarly, set the remaining two profiles.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
10. Under the boiler I have quite a perceptible threshold, on which there is a cat's toilet and a voltage transformer for the boiler. In addition, near him a lot of faucets, both plumbing and gas, so they can not be closed with shelves. Access should always be to them complete, so I decided to make a closing wall with the door, right from the toilet door, there is just a bar on which the wall is fixed. Cut off a piece of the profile, and with the help of screws installed it. On both sides he made incisions in the profile along the sides, bent them and fixed them with steel screws with a press washer (flea).
Corridor lining with drywall and slabs
 Corridor lining with drywall and plates
11.From above, I installed a similar crossbar in the same way.
 Corridor sheathing with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
Corridor sheathing with plasterboard and slabs 12. After it was necessary to install the cross rails to which the door will be fixed. Yes, and to strengthen the structure, it will be just right. Measured the length of the desired piece of profile from floor to ceiling. For a tight installation to an existing profile, I made cuts on the sides of the profile in places where it joins the profile.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
13. He bent over and leveled the edges with a hammer, as in the photo.
 Corridor sheathing with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
14. Secured from the "fleas", the result is in the photo. It turned out well, there is no backlash anywhere. On the floor also secured it for the cut side profile. But for this I used anchor bolts.
 Covering the corridor with plasterboard and slabs
15.Similarly, I installed another transverse profile.
 Covering the corridor with plasterboard and slabs
16. After the installation of drywall began directly to the profile on the wall where there was a window.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
17. First, I planted it on several screws on the top and bottom, and then I went through the whole sheet. A wife was brought in to fix the sheet.
 Covering the corridor with plasterboard and slabs
18. It took 2 sheets, but there were good pieces that will have a place in the house.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
19. Bottom I have sewage and heating pipes, so they need to be closed. To do this, I set another piece of the profile. On the one hand, from the wall by putting it on the anchor bolt, and on the other, “fleas” to the profile.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and plates
20.Cut out the required size of the OSB and attached it with metal screws to the profile set.
 Corridor lining with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
21. Cut the side wall that closes the pipe. They should be accessed, for example, to clean the sewage system, so I made it so that it stood and not attached, but leaving it in a house where there are children is not safe, therefore, in several places he tapped himself with self-tapping screws.
Corridor sheathing with plasterboard and slabs
22. After proceeded to the plating slab OSB, the walls of the boiler. Started with the biggest chunk. I cut a hole in it for the ventilation hood.
 Corridor lining with drywall and slabs
Corridor sheathing with plasterboard and plates 23. I put the door out of the slab on 3 small sheds.
 Corridor sheathing with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
24.Sheathed the remaining places, leaving a piece not wired at the bottom so that the cat went to the toilet and could be cleaned easily and comfortably.
 Corridor sheathing with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
25 . On the door from the inside set the magnets. On the outside handle. Now it remains to paint or paste all this wallpaper, but it will be up to the spouse. The day went to everything about everything, so that I ordered the material in the morning and waited for it to be delivered for dinner.
 Corridor sheathing with gypsum plasterboard and slabs
Plasterboard plasterboard and plates


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