Plastering

Plastering is a skilled process whereby a product is applied, usually by hand, to cover and protect different surfaces such as walls and ceilings in readiness for decoration.

 

There are different techniques and finishes for plastering ; 

 

Skimming

 

Skimming is what most people think of when they talk about plastering. The application of a 'two coat' skim of gypsum plaster to walls and ceilings resulting in a smooth, polished finish ready for painting or wallpapering once dried. This usually takes up to seven days.  

Stairwell with curved edges

 

Living room ceiling and reveals

 

 

Kitchen extension

 

Dry - Lining

 

This relates to the securing of plasterboards either directly to stud walls or over existing stone, brick walls or ceiling surfaces, using screws on timber or adhesive on masonry (Dot and Dab). Once dry-lined, the area can be taped then jointed allowing for redecoration shortly after completion. Alternatively, the boarded area can also be skimmed with plaster. The benefit of this process is that it can be potentially undertaken in a shorter timescale.

 

Dry-lined kitchen ready for plastering

 

Railing for boarding

 

Boarded ceiling

 

French Plastering

 

Bedroom eaves

 

Bedroom wall

 

Attic room

 

Repairs & Patchwork

 

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