It’s hard to believe no one has come up with the idea of BeadMaster™ until now.

Our products not only benefit tradespeople, by creating a more streamlined way of working, but also site management teams, by giving them peace of mind knowing that a process is being followed, which will totally eliminate return visits and snagging.

A simple solution that will improve the overall finish around sockets, switches and downlights, saving on time and costs. Let us show you how easy it is and you'll never go back.

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See the benefits

Work
faster
Perfect finish every time
Protects your work
Skim straight over
Plaster free sockets
Strong clean edges
No cable
hunts
No stray live wires
Flame
retardant
100% recyclable PP5 rated
Reduces
snagging
Less aggro
on site
Protection from liquids and dust
Enhances your reputation

Frequently asked questions

From electricians

  • How do you fix them / How do you install them?

    On each product page you’ll find an easy to download Install Guide; just select the product of interest on the Products page.

  • Do you have to use the socket screws?

    If the metal box sits to the face of the wall, then staples are enough. But if the box sits further than 9.5mm from the surface then the indentations should be pushed through and socket screws used. This ensures alignment to the back box.

  • What do you use to cut them out?

    A couple of good taps to the centre of the bead once the plaster has full set (ideally a couple of days), remove the plaster from the face. We then recommend either a specialist cutting tool with a hooked blade, as these can’t easily slip or damage the cables.

  • What happens if an outlet needs to remain live?

    If an outlet needs to have the faceplate in position. We recommend the use of either Sockitz or Yoozybox to be fitted, in conjunction with BeadMaster. This works well as the bead stops the plaster from tightening against the Yoozybox and gives the plasterer an edge to work to, preventing direct electrical contact.

  • From plasterers

  • How do you fix them / How do you install them?

    On each product page you’ll find an easy to download Install Guide; just select the product of interest on the Products page.

  • What happens when there are multiple sockets close together?

    If sockets or switches are close together, then simply cut down the adjoining beaded frame with scissors or tin snips and position side by side.

  • How much plaster do I need to put on the wall?

    The products have been designed to allow for a 2-3mm skim coat of plaster.

  • How will I find where the BeadMaster products are?

    They can either be visually seen or by simply tapping on the area. Audibly there will be a difference in sound.

  • Do you have to use the socket & screws?

    If the metal box sits to the face of the wall, then staples are enough. But if the box sits further than 9.5mm from the surface then the indentations should be pushed through and socket screws used. This ensures alignment to the back box.