Replastering a wall or ceiling is the most effective way to change the appearance and ensure a smooth, attractive finish. Once dry, plaster can be painted, wallpapered or tiled over easily.
With a specialist plasterer, all the cracks, dents and bumps will be removed. This is especially good for when you wallpaper or tile the new surface as it’ll create a much cleaner finish for your walls.
Benefits of plastering
By plastering your walls and ceilings you’ll have a surface which can then be decorated quickly and easily. And plastering doesn’t cost a bomb either, proving to be a cost effective way of redecorating.
Plastering benefits include:
Ease of installation
One of the major benefits of plastering is that it can be applied to any wall or ceiling, no matter the size and shape. It’s a quick solution to dealing with old, cracked and dented surfaces, leaving a clean, smooth outcome.
By plaster covering your walls you’ll make future decorating much simpler, with paint, wallpaper and tiles all possible. As there are no bumps or dents, wallpaper in particular will benefit and will look much better on the wall.
And replastering your walls and ceilings won’t break the bank either. It’s a cost effective way to change the look of a room in your home and have a surface that can be decorated straight onto.
Professional plasterers will be able to replaster just one room or even a whole house in just a matter of days. This will ensure a fantastic finished surface that can be decorated without any hassle.
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Plastering activity in January 2018
Plastering Projects in the UK in January 2018
|December 2017||November / December|
|Yorkshire & Humber||1,160||7%|
|East Of England||660||-13%|
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