We are constantly amazed that time and again upon the completion of a project however complicated, the one question we are ask is who did the plastering? Although
we offer decor as part of our service , we are seldom ask to decorate our own work the client recognising that all that's needed is the application of the brush or roller for them
to claim the credit.
We are pleased to offer: 1, Traditional Render and set, the render consisting of a lime
rich mortar and when used together with a compatible plaster this system is suited to
older houses often built with out damp course
2, For listed buildings, Buildings of historic importance or covered by local authority regulation we are skilled in the application of lime plaster and hair.
Both these systems are once again becoming popular as they allow the walls to "breath".
3, Dry lining. Plaster boarding and insulation often shunnd by the purist but practical and
offering high standards of sound and heat insulation and widely used on the upper
storys of the building where weight is an issue.
To the top and left the three plates show
the transformation of an unused unloved
cold room at the back of the house into 48
m2 of centraly heated comfortable Kitchen
diner. The stud work walls are built,wired, plumbed and insulated. The cieling is installed with spot lighting over the various work areas. The half meter thick stone walls are cut through to give acsess
to the rest of the house and a flight of steps built. The floors are tiled and walls and cieling plaster boarded and plastered..
.On being shown around during a social visit, the mare who new the house previously had
one question. Who did the plastering
Steel framed ,boarded and plastered then plumbed and insulated this unused roof space
becomes a bespoke en-suite.
This previously drafty,third floor attic
was a virtual no go area. The addition of
a Velux roof light ,full insulation and an
extension of the C/H system ensures its
now a cosy third bedroom full of charm