You are on page 1of 8

Boral4Builde Boral4Builders

Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
oral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Bui
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
oral4Builders
Boral4Buil
Boral4Builders
Boral4Builders
In this Issue:
Industry events
Boral voted Mitre 10 Supplier of the Year
Safety Award for Boral Interior Linings
Plasterboard painting essentials
Boral Plasterboard launches Crane
Delivery Service
A N ATIO N A L B O R A L PLASTER B O A R D PU B LIC ATIO N SEPTEMBER 2007
2
Industry events
Infrastructure Australia 2007
M elbourne Exhibition & C onvention C entre
6 - 8 Septem ber 2007
Designbuild Perth
Perth C onvention Exhibition C entre
12 - 14 O ctober 2007
FWCIANZ Conference
H ilton on the Park, M elbourne
16 - 19 O ctober 2007
Form & Function Expo
M elbourne Exhibition and C onvention C entre
19 - 21 A pril 2007
HIA Homeshow
Adelaide Show ground
19 - 21 O ctober 2007
Boral4Builders - A N ATIO N A L B O R A L PLASTER B O A R D PU B LIC ATIO N
Boral stud adhesives are getting
a face lift
Boral Plasterboard's New Acrylic
and Original Gold Bond stud
adhesives have earned an
excellent reputation among the
plasterers Australia-wide for their
reliability, consistency and user
friendliness. In the coming weeks,
familiar green & yellow and green
& gold pails will acquire a new
look in line with the current Boral
Plasterboard branding.
Taking into account that the New Acrylic stud adhesive has now been on the
market for a number of years, this product will now be named simply Acrylic.
It is important to note that there has been no change to the formulation of the
product.
The notes on the stud adhesive pails have also been updated to reflect Boral
Plasterboard's current specifications for installation of wall and ceiling linings
and in particular the latest recommendations on fixing to H2F treated timber.
As outlined in the previous issue of Boral for Builders, it is recommended that
1/3rd fixing method is used if ceilings are applied directly to H2F treated timber
and that such timber is aired for a minimum 14 days after removal from the
packs and before the application of stud adhesive.
Fix plasterboard FASTER!
Wallpro Trade Tools has announced the release of a
powerful new Collated Screwgun. The Wallpro Collated
Screwgun has a time saving 4000RPM motor and includes
two powerful 14.4 volt 2.0Ah Nickel Cadmium batteries.
Both batteries included with the screwgun have a one
hour fast charge and auto cut off. The Screwgun can be
used with a comprehensive 25-55mm/6-8g fastener range,
has variable screw depth adjustment and operates in both
forward and reverse.
This product comes in its own heavy duty tool case and is
available from your local Boral Plasterboard store. For more
information or to order your Wallpro Collated Screwgun
please quote the product code TWBCSG-2000.
LEAVE TH E O TH ERS IN
TH E D U ST!
The new W allpro Pow er Sander has
a full m ovem ent sw ivel head w hich
doesn't require any adjustm ents
w hen sw itching betw een sanding
w alls and ceilings. The Pow er Sander
has variable speed from 650-1600R PM
and a universal connection w hich
accom m odates m ost industrial dust
extractors. The cushioned grip on the
sander prom otes control and com fort
w hile the 225m m diam eter disc area
m akes the popular Super Sanding
Pads the perfect fit.
The W allpro Pow er Sander and a full
range of spare parts are available
from your local Boral Plasterboard
store. For m ore inform ation or to
order your W allpro Pow er Sander
please quote the product code
TW B PS -1000.
N eed a dust extractor to suit the
W allPro Pow er Sander? W allpro
Pow er Vacuum is also available from
your local Boral Plasterboard store.
When Maureen de Ryk, Boral
Plasterboard Reseller Manager, and
Greg Thomas, National Sales
Manager, were invited to attend the
Mitre 10 Conference in China earlier
this year, they knew that they were in
for something very special.Well, it
turned out to be even more special than
they anticipated!
N ational M itre 10 C onferences are alw ays
exciting events providing a great
opportunity for the suppliers to show case
their latest products and to m eet w ith the
store principals and com pany executives.
M aureen de R yk has been m anaging the
M itre 10 account for a num ber of years and
has firm ly established Boral Plasterboard's
reputation as a reliable and innovative
supplier of plasterboard Products, System s
and Solutions.
O ne of the highlights of M itre 10 Conferences
is the announcem ent of the Supplier of the
Year in various product categories.
Suppliers of the Year are decided through
votes from each of the M itre 10 stores
throughout Australia and thus are
particularly coveted by the suppliers.
Being recognised as the B EST by the
m ajority of your custom ers is som ething
every business is aspiring to but very few
m anage to achieve!
In previous years M aureen has seen other
com panies being voted the M itre 10
Supplier of the Year, and how proud w as she
w hen Boral Plasterboard w as announced
the Supplier of the Year 2007 in the Tim ber
and B uilding Products category!
This is the first tim e that Boral Plasterboard
has ever w on this Aw ard and it is a tribute
to the dedication and hard w ork that
M aureen de R yk and the Regional
H ardw are cham pions have put in to develop
strong relationships w ith M itre 10 H ead
O ffice and the Stores, said G reg Thom as.
Receiving the Aw ard for the Supplier of
the Year for Tim ber & B uilding Products w as
very exciting and a great honour for the
team at Boral Plasterboard., said M aureen.
The Aw ards night w as sensational and
w as just one part of the m ost am azing
conference I have ever been to.
Congratulations to Mitre 10 on another
successful conference and to Maureen
and Boral Plasterboard team for the
excellent achievement!
SEPTEM B ER 2007
3
Boral Plasterboard is voted
Mitre 10 Supplier of the Year 2007
The announcem ent of Boral Aw ards for Excellence is alw ays
eagerly anticipated w ithin the com pany. The Aw ards in a num ber
of categories are hotly contested and attract a large num ber of
high quality subm issions from all parts of the com pany. The
w inners are selected by a panel of judges and announced by the
M anaging D irector at the annual Aw ards for Excellence presentation.
This year, the recipient of the prestigious Safety Aw ard w as Boral
Plasterboard's contracting arm Boral Interior Linings (B IL).
In giving B IL the Aw ard for Excellence in Safety, the judges have
acknow ledged B IL's success in raising the standard of safety in
residential construction industry through the im plem entation of
the B IL M anagem ent System .
B IC M anagem ent System , w hich w as developed in 2003, addresses
the specific health and safety requirem ents of plasterers. Key
outcom es include a H ealth and Safety M anual for clients, tools for
identifying and m itigating risks such as the Site R isk A ssessm ent
process, a m eans of setting H SE expectations for contractors via
a handbook available in English and C hinese and a m ethod to
verify 'on site com pliance' - the Snap Audit Process.
W e are extrem ely proud to receive this Aw ard, said C hris M organ,
B IL Victorian M anager, w ho accepted the Aw ard on behalf of B IL.
O ur special thanks go to G reg C raw ford (at the tim e Boral
Plasterboard's Victorian O H & S M anager) for w riting and directing
the production of the industry best H ealth and Safety M anual and
to the w hole of the B IL team for im plem enting it.
A nd the Safety Aw ard goes to
Boral Interior Linings!
G reg C raw ford (left) and C hris M organ (right) accept the Safety Aw ard from Boral
M anaging D irector Rod Pearse.
4
Boral4Builders - A NATIONAL BORAL PLASTERBOARD PUBLICATION
Cutting corners in plasterboard p
When it comes to the decoration of plasterboard surfaces, serious thought must be given to long term performance and serviceability.
The quality and application of initial paint system will play a major role in determining the life of the painted surface and the time lapse
before the need for repainting.
Many calls are received from concerned owners faced with deterioration of plasterboard wall and ceiling surfaces. Although some paint
deterioration can normally be expected with age, our experience shows that many paint related problems can be attributed to poor
painting applications.
Some of the major causes of poor quality and premature deterioration of painted plasterboard surfaces are the use of incorrect painting
system and poor paint application techniques.
A plasterboard wall or ceiling presents the painter with a surface comprising two materials of differing texture and porosity. To ensure a
satisfactory finish, these differences in surface characteristics must be addressed.
As outlined in 'Finishing & Decoration of Plasterboard', a joint publication by the Association of Wall & Ceiling Industries and Australian
Paint Manufacturers' Federation:
An essential first step in painting of plasterboard is to seal the face of the plasterboard and
the plaster joints with a good quality sealer/undercoat. This will ensure an even suction
rate and provide a degree of opacity for subsequent paint coats. In some cases the
sealer/undercoat could be considered as the most important component within the
paint system. The application of the sealer/undercoat should be carried out in such a way
as to ensure that the plasterboard paper face fibres remain flat.
Once the sealer/undercoat has fully dried,2 top coats of water based paint must be applied
(ensuring adequate drying between coats) as defined in AS 2311 The Painting of Buildings.
Paint discolouration partly due to poor quality paint and application procedures.
5
painting does not pay!
SEPTEMBER 2007
It should be noted that Boral Plasterboard recommends the use of solvent based sealants on plasterboard surfaces that may have
discoloured due to prolonged exposure to ultra violet light. Appropriate paints should be used in high humidity situations and exterior
applications.
While the use of a correct painting system is essential in achieving a high quality, durable painted surface, the application method is
equally important. The advent of spray painting brought with it significant productivity improvements but also new challenges and pitfalls in
painting of plasterboard surfaces.
As stated in Finishing & Decoration of Plasterboard:
If spray application is used, an acceptable finish can only be achieved if the sealer/undercoat is back rolled.
This will provide a uniform texture over the entire surface prior to subsequent spray applications.
Other problems that may arise from spray application:
Temperature conditions may prematurely dry the paint before back rolling can impart the required texture
to the surface
Over dilution of the paint will reduce paint opacity
Heavy application/overloading of a single coat will soften the top coat of jointing compound resulting in
joint peaking on ceilings and the general break down of the compound
Shrink-back of topping compound around fastener heads may occur.
Painters who do not follow the above recommendations do this at their own peril as do the builders who accept inadequate painting
practices on their projects. While cutting corners in plasterboard painting may reduce initial costs, more likely than not it will lead to
increased call-backs and maintenance costs due to poor finish and premature deterioration of the painted surfaces.
Use of recommended painting systems and application techniques delivers quality, long lasting painted surfaces.
6
U nloading and m anoeuvring of plasterboard sheets to upper
stories of tw o or three-storey buildings has alw ays presented a
challenge. W hen this task is carried out m anually, it involves four
or m ore people w ho have to pass plasterboard sheets from
ground level or the back of a truck to the first floor and then again
to higher floors. This can be quite tim e consum ing and a potentially
hazardous operation. The only alternative until now has been the
use of expensive m obile cranes.
The Boral Plasterboard Crane
Delivery Service provides a safer,
more efficient and sustainable
delivery service for plasterboard and
cement sheets to both residential
and commercial building sites.
The service utilises versatile crane
trucks specially designed and
equipped for upper floor deliveries
up to and including the third floor.
A fter follow ing a strict regim e of safety procedures before and
during setup of the unit, the crane operator uses the W allboard
Forkattachm ent on the crane to pick up a pack of plasterboard
or cem ent sheets from a support delivery truck.
The W allboard Fork attachm ent picks the sheets up like a norm al
forklift w ould but it then crutchesthe sheets into a vertical
position and m oves the products to a suitable access point from
w hich tw o labourers can safely pull the sheets off the fork and
easily place them around the site w ithout having to carry them
from floor to floor.
The fork is very m anoeuvrable and is able to place the products in
the best position to facilitate a safe and easy unloading process.
This practice also leaves w hat are fragile products in m uch better
condition than the original m ethod. O verall it is no m ore costly than
the m anual m ethod for residential deliveries and is norm ally m uch
m ore cost effective in com m ercial applications than the use of
m obile or tow er cranes.
A t present the C rane D elivery Service is operating in Victoria and
is being rolled out in other regions. If you w ould like to reduce the
tim e and cost of plasterboard handling on your project, please talk
to your Boral Plasterboard representative about the availability of
the C rane D elivery Service in your area.
B O R A L PLASTER B O A R D LAU N C H ES
C rane D elivery Service
7
B uilding A pprovals
Number of Residential Dwelling Units by Type of Building
The % C hangecolum ns refer to the percentage change of the June 2007
quarter com pared w ith the M arch 2007 quarter.
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics
Total
Houses
%
Change
Total
Other Res
%
Change
Total
Res
%
Change
NSW
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
Sydney 1,634 9.5 2,483 2.3 4,117 5.1
Hunt er 560 3.1 303 35.9 863 12.7
Il l awarra 302 6.3 64 -78.9 366 -37.8
Ri chmond-Tweed 214 13.8 243 170.0 457 64.4
M i d-Nort h Coast 322 43.1 116 -10.8 438 23.4
Nort hern 182 2.8 34 61.9 216 9.1
Nort h West ern 88 4.8 21 -12.5 109 0.9
Cent ral West 155 -5.5 22 -10.0 177 -3.8
Sout h East ern 223 -0.9 60 -77.2 283 -42.0
M urrumbi dgee 122 7.0 143 652.6 265 99.2
M urray 159 6.0 20 233.3 179 14.7
Far West 6 -45.5 3 100.0 9 -18.2
NSW 3,967 8.5 3,512 -0.4 7,479 4.1
QLD
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
Bri sbane 2,912 11.1 1,247 -4.7 4,159 5.8
Gol d Coast 1,038 -8.1 569 -46.8 1,607 -27.0
Sunshi ne Coast 664 26.7 185 -44.6 849 -1.0
West M oret on 135 -3.6 5 100.0 140 0.0
W i de Bay-Burnet t 778 36.0 115 27.8 893 34.9
Darl i ng Downs 301 12.3 68 38.8 369 16.4
Sout h West 20 66.7 0 -100.0 20 11.1
Fi t zroy 428 17.9 153 188.7 581 39.7
Cent ral West 6 200.0 0 0.0 6 200.0
M ackay 364 52.3 258 258.3 622 100.0
Nort hern 429 13.8 94 9.3 523 13.0
Far Nort h 479 -2.0 488 296.7 967 58.0
Nort h West 5 -37.5 2 -66.7 7 -50.0
QLD 7,559 12.1 3,184 -0.4 10,743 8.0
VIC
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
M el bourne 4,902 12.4 2,227 16.1 7,129 13.5
Barwon 500 22.2 33 43.5 533 23.4
West ern Di st ri ct 145 -0.7 4 100.0 149 2.1
Cent ral Hi ghl ands 266 10.8 18 100.0 284 14.1
W i mmera 52 18.2 0 0.0 52 18.2
M al l ee 116 -1.7 0 -100.0 116 -3.3
Loddon 283 17.9 30 -65.5 313 -4.3
Goul burn 338 8.7 37 60.9 375 12.3
Ovens-M urray 118 -19.2 84 211.1 202 16.8
East Gi ppsl and 155 4.0 7 133.3 162 6.6
Gi ppsl and 383 5.5 41 412.5 424 14.3
VIC 7,258 11.2 2,481 18.1 9,739 12.9
Total
Houses
%
Change
Total
Other Res
%
Change
Total
Res
%
Change
SA
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
Adel ai de 1,453 17.7 320 -7.2 1,773 12.2
Out er Adel ai de 323 -3.0 54 -18.2 377 -5.5
Yorke & Lower Nt h 136 43.2 4 100.0 140 47.4
M urray Lands 95 10.5 0 -100.0 95 -71.2
Sout h East 83 20.3 9 80.0 92 24.3
Eyre 62 24.0 2 100.0 64 28.0
Nort hern 89 29.0 4 -85.7 93 -4.1
SA 2,241 15.7 393 -42.9 2,634 0.3
WA
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
Pert h 3,124 8.2 1220 105.7 4,344 24.8
Sout h West 885 14.6 187 23.0 1,072 16.0
Lwr Grt St hern 135 15.4 31 55.0 166 21.2
Upper Grt St hern 15 -46.4 0 -100.0 15 -55.9
M i dl ands 107 -7.8 13 225.0 120 0.0
Sout h East ern 84 -4.5 33 1550.0 117 30.0
Cent ral 146 37.7 40 233.3 186 57.6
Pi l bara 80 -33.9 0 -100.0 80 -56.8
Ki mberl ey 74 94.7 30 15.4 104 62.5
WA 4,650 8.8 1,554 76.8 6,204 20.4
TAS
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
Great er Hobart 269 3.1 46 228.6 315 14.5
Sout hern 67 -23.9 2 -75.0 69 -28.1
Nort hern 130 22.6 19 -66.7 149 -8.6
M ersey-Lyel l 131 9.2 15 36.4 146 11.5
TAS 597 3.8 82 -8.9 679 2.1
NT
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2007
Regions
Darwi n 143 -1.4 142 -29.4 285 -17.6
NT - Bal 45 0.0 0 -100.0 45 -8.2
NT 188 -1.1 142 -30.7 330 -16.5
ACT
Dwelling Approvals - J une Quarter 2006
Regions
Canberra 302 28.5 352 23.9 654 26.0
ACT - Bal 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
ACT 302 28.5 352 23.9 654 26.0
8
VICTORIA
Brunswick
72 N icholson Street,
B runsw ick VIC 3056
Telephone (03) 9388 9555
Facsim ile (03) 9388 9655
Campbellfield
1932 H um e H ighw ay,
C am pbellfield VIC 3061
Telephone (03) 9357 0714,
(03) 9357 0440
Facsim ile (03) 9357 8796
Caroline Springs (D eer Park)
1037 W estern H ighw ay,
D eer Park VIC 3023
Telephone (03) 9449 5344
Facsim ile (03) 9449 5439
Doveton(D andenong)
22 Princes H w y,
D oveton VIC 3177
Telephone (03) 9791 2855
Facsim ile (03) 9791 2523
Geelong
12 C row n Street,
G eelong South VIC 3220
Telephone (03) 5222 2541
Facsim ile (03) 5229 8515
Mildura
377-379 Benetook Ave,
M ildura Vic 3500
Telephone (03) 5023 3238
Facsim ile (03) 5021 3574
Murrumbeena
983B N orth Road,
M urrum beena VIC 3163
Telephone (03) 9570 1288
Facsim ile (03) 9570 2084
Port Melbourne
17-47 Turner Street,
Port M elbourne VIC 3207
Telephone (03) 9645 1877
Facsim ile (03) 9646 5824
Sale
16 W alter Street,
Sale VIC 3850
Telephone (03) 5144 4265
Facsim ile (03) 5144 6031
Sunbury
158 O Shannassy Street,
Sunbury VIC 3429
Telephone (03) 9740 6888
Facsim ile (03) 9740 8511
Traralgon
37 Standing D rive,
Traralgon VIC 3844
Telephone (03) 5176 0757
Facsim ile (03) 5176 0368
NEW SOUTH WALES
Albion Park Rail
Lot 31 R ivulet C rescent,
A lbion Park R ail N SW 2527
Telephone (02) 4256 4555
Facsim ile (02) 4256 2615
Coffs Harbour
C nr H i Tech D rive & C raft C lose,
Toor M ina N SW 2452
Telephone (02) 6653 3488
Facsim ile (02) 6658 2377
Castle Hill
U nit 3, 15 C arrington Road,
C astle H ill N SW 2154
Telephone (02) 9659 7168
Facsim ile (02) 9659 3568
Fyshwick
7 Barrier Street,
Fyshw ick AC T 2609
Telephone (02) 6280 4243
Facsim ile (02) 6280 5816
Lurnea
7 Lyn Parade,
Lurnea N SW 2170
Telephone (02) 9607 3744
Facsim ile (02) 9607 2785
Nowra South
14 Bellevue Street,
N ow ra South N SW 2541
Telephone (02) 4421 0799
Facsim ile (02) 4421 0423
Revesby (Stud & Track)
71 M ilperra Road,
Revesby N SW 2212
Telephone (02) 9792 3022
Facsim ile (02) 9774 3781
Rozelle (Stud & Track)
32A Roberts Street,
Rozelle N SW 2039
Telephone (02) 9810 6800
Facsim ile (02) 9870 6815
Penrith (Stud & Track)
C nr C oreen Ave & C oom bes D r,
Penrith N SW 2750
Telephone (02) 4731 2888
Facsim ile (02) 4731 2761
Thornton
10 H artley D rive,
Thornton N SW 2322
Telephone (02) 4964 2063
Facsim ile (02) 4964 1396
West Gosford
423 M anns Road,
W est G osford N SW 2250
Telephone (02) 4324 6777
Facsim ile (02) 4324 6007
QUEENSLAND
Browns Plains
43 Eastern Road,
B row ns Plains Q LD 4118
Telephone (07) 3809 0877
Facsim ile (07) 3809 0942
Bundaberg
Shed 8, Lester Street,
Industrial Estate,
B undaberg Q LD 4670
Telephone (07) 4153 2550
Facsim ile (07) 4153 1438
Caboolture
10 Piper Street,
C aboolture Q LD 4510
Telephone (07) 5428 2540
Facsim ile (07) 5428 2205
Cairns
5 Elphinstone C lose,
C airns Q LD 4870
Telephone (07) 4035 5999
Facsim ile (07) 4035 5977
Capalaba
C nr Sm ith & H ook Street,
C apalaba Q LD 4157
Telephone (07) 3245 6748
Facsim ile (07) 3245 5366
Garbutt
29 C aldw ell Street,
G arbutt Q LD 4814
Telephone (07) 4779 3077
Facsim ile (07) 4779 3080
Gladstone
7 W illunga Place,
Barney Point, G ladstone
Q LD 4680
Telephone (07) 4972 8948
Facsim ile (07) 4972 8396
Hervey Bay
7/9 C arlo Street,
Pialba, H ervey Bay
Q LD 4655
Telephone (07) 4124 5245
Facsim ile (07) 4124 5254
Labrador
U nit 2/328 B risbane Road,
Labrador Q LD 4215
Telephone (07) 5563 8000
Facsim ile (07) 5563 8511
Northgate
733 N udgee Road,
N orthgate Q LD 4013
Telephone (07) 3215 2288
Facsim ile(07) 3215 2296
Rockhampton
C nr Johnson & M cLaughlin St,
Rockham pton Q LD 4702
Telephone (07) 4936 2288
Facsim ile (07) 4936 2100
South Brisbane
28 C ordelia Street,
South B risbane Q LD 4101
Telephone (07) 3255 2111
Facsim ile (07) 3255 2144
West Burleigh
8 Junction Road,
W est B urleigh Q LD 4220
Telephone (07) 5593 5722
Facsim ile (07) 5593 5085
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Gillman
113 -117 Bedford Street,
G illm an SA 5013
Telephone (08) 8240 8888
Facsim ile (08) 8341 1004
Marleston
156 R ichm ond Road,
M arleston SA 5033
Telephone (08) 8443 7222
Facsim ile (08) 8443 7233
Seaford Meadows
1 Seaford Road,
Seaford M eadow s SA 5169
Telephone (08) 8386 1966
Facsim ile (08) 8327 2819
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Winnellie
147 C oonaw arra Road,
W innellie N T 0820
Telephone (08) 8984 4484
Facsim ile (08) 8984 3778
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Albany
366 -368 M iddleton Loop,
A lbany W A 6330
Telephone (08) 9842 8970
Facsim ile (08) 9842 3816
Bunbury
11 A llnut C ourt,
B unbury W A 6230
Telephone (08) 9725 6766
Facsim ile (08) 9725 6799
Canning Vale
132 Bannister Road,
C anning Vale W A 6155
Telephone (08) 9456 0610
Facsim ile (08) 9455 4377
Mandurah
Lot 9, 57 Reserve D rive,
M andurah W A 6210
Telephone (08) 9581 6815
Facsim ile (08) 9581 6816
Wangara
29 Innovation C ircuit,
W angara W A 6065
Telephone 1300 652 666
Facsim ile (08) 9302 6994
West Perth
15 G ordon Street,
W est Perth W A 6005
Telephone (08) 9486 8238
Facsim ile (08) 9486 8239
TASMANIA
Moonah
93 A lbert Road,
M oonah TAS 7011
Telephone (03) 6278 9966
Facsim ile (03) 6278 9865
Launceston
57 D ow ling Street,
Launceston TAS 7250
Telephone (03) 6331 9922
Facsim ile (03) 6331 8441
Boral Plasterboard Store Locations
e
B
C
0
3
1
9
6

0
9
.
0
7