This lathe and plaster wall had blown, leaving the wall feeling bouncy under the wall paper.
Solution: Damaged parts of wall were removed, wall was patched up with plasterboard, the area undercoated to give a level area and the whole wall was skimmed to a smooth finish ready for painting.
The walls in this hall had suffered wear and tear over time leaving them needing a revamp
Solution: Walls were skimmed using a two coat skimming method. Edges and corners are defined.
This new extension needed walls, ceilings and some boxing in ready to be turned into a new living space
Solution: Some areas were plaster boarded, some were undercoated and all walls and ceilings were skimmed to leave a beautiful new room ready for decorating.
This artex ceiling needed modernising
Solution: Ceiling was skimmed using a two coat skimming method. The result was a smooth ceiling left ready for decorating.
A new loft hatch had been put in leaving the ceiling and walls damaged
Solution: Undercoat used to make good damaged areas. Walls and ceiling skimmed leaving fresh surfaces ready for painting.
TAKE AT LOOK AT OUR WORK
The images below show various plastering techniques applied to create smooth, fresh walls ready for painting or decorating. Each group of images also has a brief description to give you an idea of the work we have undertaken.
This new conservatory needed a ceiling
Solution: Area was plaster boarded and then skimmed. Due to the shape of the room the ceiling had three edges to join into a peak, getting these joins perfectly straight was essential to ensure a high quality finish.
This ceiling had been left water damaged following a leak in the room above.
Solution: Once the leak was repaired the damaged parts of the ceiling were removed. The whole ceiling was over boarded and then skimmed.