My daughter has just bought a new house and the walls are mostly dry
lined - I assume this is plasterboard simply stuck to the blocks
with an adhesive of some sort as there does not appear to be a void
between wall and board. All my experience so far has been with
plastered walls or honeycomb-filled wallboards.
As she wants some additional sockets fitted, can anybody tell me
what the usual method of running cable is? Do I simply cut a channel
in the board (and the wall?) as I would with plaster and then fill
as normal? I ask because the wallboard over the original sockets
shows no signs of having been cut and filled, so presumably they are
fitted after the cable is installed and notched to suit?
Any advice would be appreciated