simple to fit
wall fixing you can trust
for heavy items.
and simple to fit,GeeFix
is the ultimate
Fixing heavy items onto plasterboard cavity walls has always been difficult.
Whether you’re a building trade professional or a DIYer who is keen on home improvement, you’ll know that hanging heavy items onto plasterboard walls can be tricky. Radiators, towel rails, curtain poles, heavy mirrors, cycle racks, cupboards and TV brackets all require a strong fixing to support their weight and GeeFix hollow wall anchors are the ideal choice.
Simple To Install
Domestic & Trade
Up To 270kg Load
Designed & Made In Britain
designed by a tradesman
With over 40 years’ experience
heavy duty plasterboard fixings
GeeFix was designed by a plumbing and heating engineer with over 40 years’ experience in the trade. After trying all the cavity wall fixings on the market and finding their weaknesses, he decided that the only way to solve the problem of installing heavy items on to plasterboard walls was to design and develop a new fixing himself.
GeeFix is the strongest and most versatile wall cavity fixing available and is compatible with a wide range of materials including plasterboard, insulated plasterboard, lath & plaster, wattle & daub. Use GeeFix drywall anchors to fix it once fix it right.
European patent number 3289230
U.S. patent number 10774862
Charlie DIYte Independent Review
Charlie DIYte’s independent review
One of our customers contacted DIY YouTuber Charlie DIYte suggesting he should review the GeeFix Plasterboard Fixing. In his video, Charlie reviews a number of fixings and came to the conclusion that GeeFix is the strongest plasterboard fixing ever.
Charlie demonstrates how GeeFix is installed into plasterboard with a commentary on ease of use and compatibility with multiple substrates and cavity depths as little as 30mm. Charlie also points out a feature that differentiates GeeFix from its competitors: the ability to affix more than one anchor point along the length of the back-plate, eliminating the need for a second fixing. This he points out will have “massive applications in the DIY and construction sector”