Edge Plastering Services Gallery
Plastering in London.
For this job in Lewisham we stripped the wallpaper from walls and ceiling and removed a section of crumbling lathe and plaster on an internal partition wall as well as other damaged plasterwork. We then re boarded the lathe and plaster wall and used an undercoat plaster to level the walls and fill in holes.
The whole room was then re-skimmed, with 2 coats of finishing plaster to ceiling and walls for a fabulously smooth finish that our customer was incredibly pleased with
Please take a look at some pictures from our previous plastering jobs
Plastering & Painting in Bracknell.
For this job in Bracknell, Berkshire we had to strip back multiple layers of wallpaper before making good the walls and removing the Artex from the ceiling. We then re-skimmed the ceiling and walls to a fine finish, allowed time for the plaster to completely dry before mist coating and final top coats of paint to achieve a much cleaner, fresher feel to the room that makes it feel so much more inviting.
Plastering in Surrey.
This plastering job in Woking, Surrey required us to first remove the blown plaster back to brick from the external fireplace wall. We then filled the patches with bonding undercoat plaster and level off. The new owners of this property also wanted the lounge ceiling re-skimmed over the existing Artex. We scraped the high points off the Artex and sealed and bonded the ceiling and wall with Unibond before re-skimming both with 2 coats of British Gypsum finishing plaster. We then troweled to a smooth finish.
Lounge after plastering and decor
After plastering the walls and the ceiling have been mist coated and then 2 top coats to achieve a quality finish
Plastering & Painting in Camberley.
For this job in Camberley, Surrey we had to strip the wallpaper before removing the old blown bits of plaster from the walls. The old doorway was removed and a new lintle put in place for a new set of french doors through to the kitchen. The wall was dry lined both sides with plasterboard and the pipes were boxed in the corner of the room. The whole room was re-skimmed and, once the plaster was dry, painted and decorated.