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Plastering is very popular in British houses because it's a fast and effective way to restore walls so they're ideal for wallpaper, tiling or painting. It's this ease of decoration later on that makes plastering a must.

How often have you ever taken off wallpaper to find the walls beneath are lumpy or there is damage that needs fixing. Plastering will take just a few hours and when it has dried out you can start decorating.

If you want the home replastered then make use of our no cost online service and get up to four quotations to compare within Windlesham.

Average Plastering cost in Windlesham

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Plastering installation cost in 2021

Labour cost £525
Material cost £188
Waste removal £38

Plastering searches in April 2021

Plastering Projects in Windlesham in March 2021

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Requests for quotations in Windlesham in March 2021

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Requests for Plastering quotations in Windlesham in March 2021. -33% change from February 2021.

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Requests for Plastering quotations in Surrey in March 2021. -3% change from February 2021.

We noted 297 requests for home quotes in Windlesham. Of these quotation requests the number of plastering quotes in Windlesham was 2. Quotatis would have been in a position to match these customers with as many as four suitable installers who were available for work within Windlesham at that time. Ask for a free house survey from reliable companies within Windlesham.

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Plastering searches in cities and towns near Windlesham March 2021

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Requests for quotations in Woking in March 2021

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Requests for quotations in Godalming in March 2021

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Requests for quotations in Bordon in March 2021

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Requests for quotations in Sandhurst in March 2021

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Requests for quotations in Guildford in March 2021

Windlesham

Windlesham is among tens of thousands of towns and villages all around the United Kingdom having a population fewer than 30,000. As with any area of the country there is a variety of homes from traditional to modern properties. You'll also find detached homes, semi-detached households, terraced houses and bungalows in Windlesham. For any homeowner or landlord, increasing the worth of your property or home is very important. This is increasingly evident within today's house market. It now costs thousands of pounds in solicitor expenses and estate agent payments by itself, so more people are looking to stay put rather than relocate. And improving your home could be effortless, whether or not you wish to reduce energy bills with a new boiler or renewable technology, or add further space with an extension or conversion. No matter what you're looking for, it's quick to look at up to 4 no obligation quotes from respected businesses in Windlesham working with our service.

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ANDREA PLASTERING

1 review(s)
Based: in Luton, LU2 9BU

I am a professional plasterer with over 15 years of experience in all aspects of plastering work. Skimming, float and set, rendering,pebble dash, plasterboarding the walls and ceilings,removing chimneys and load bearing walls,tiling,painting and de...

Latest review

Ian S., HP3
5

Interior work | Plastering in Hemel Hempstead

Accent was slightly difficult on phone but he turned up when he said he would and did the job with no mess.

F-POPESCO

1 review(s)
Based: in Bedford, MK42 8RN

Make sure to check my website for details. It will be very much appreciated. Sincerely, Florin Popescu

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Queenie O., MK41
5

Painter | Interior in Bedford

Mr Popesco was excellent- the contact was quick, he fitted in to my schedule easily. Very good quote and the work was ma...

VLADALY LIMITED

2 review(s)
Based: in Middlesex, TW7 4QR

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Liza M., N18
3

Painter | Exterior in London

No comment.

DRESSAGE ELITE PLASTERERS

1 review(s)
Based: in Slough, SL7 1AE

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SHANE D., HP5
5

Ceiling | Plasterboard in Chesham

good bloke good clean tidy job 1st class

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how to plaster a wall

How To Plaster A Wall

In order to plaster your wall successfully, you’ll firstly need to get the appropriate tools and materials for the job in place. The tools you’ll need to have includes a trowel and bucket trowel, plasterer’s float, corner trowel, hawk board, two buckets, mixing stick or a paddle, adequate plaster, PVA , dust sheets, clean water, sandpaper, stilts or step ladder as well as a dust mask.

✓ Prepare the wall. You’d have to make sure that you lay down a dust sheet so as to protect your floor and also gather any possible spillage or debris of plaster, before you start working on the walls. Get rid of all the dirt, dust and debris as this is very important for the success of your project if you’re going to be plastering on a worn out and old wall. Also, cover the holes and cracks in the walls with a screen tape

✓ Apply PVA to the wall. This will help ensure the layer you’re using will not dry out at the same time.

✓ Mix the paster. Mix the plaster according to the instructions given in the manufacturer’s manual.

✓ Apply the plaster onto the wall. Upon cleaning of the walls and successful mixture of the plaster, the next step is to apply the mixture to the wall using the hawk board, trowels and a floating tool.

✓ Skim and smooth. After the the first coat has dried after waiting for about 30 minutes, the next step will be to wipe out the bumps and lumps using a trowel to smooth over the surface. Once this is done you can then scrape the wall with a devilling float.

✓ Apply the second coat of plaster

✓ Apply the finishing touches. This includes polishing your work by adding some water to the surface with a spray gun and using the trowel to further smoothen out the surface.

✓ Painting and wallpapering.

can you plaster over artex

Can You Plaster Over Artex?

The short and simple answer to this question is yes, you can plaster over Artex. However, you must also note that plastering over Artex may not be the best choice as Artex is porous and as such, you’d have to detach the stripping so as to get a smooth and even coating. In the event whereby your ceilings or walls have Artex on them, you’ll have to smooth the Artex in order to obtain a plaster of solid coat.

✓ Preparing Artex for plastering. First and foremost, you’ll have to detach any bumps before you can plaster over the Artex. Do note that you don’t have to completely remove the Artex, all that’s needed is just enough to get a coat of plaster. Make use of a scraper to get rid of the bumps on various Artex designs like swirl and bark. Once you’re through getting rid of as much bumps as possible, there’s the need to seal the Artex due to the fact that it can absorb the moisture out of the plaster which will cut the time to get a good finish to little or nothing. You can use a PVA and water mix to do the job!

✓ The PVA mix. This is done to seal off the porous Artex in order to stop it from absorbing moisture from your plaster which can make it start to crack and crumble. To do this, simply mix half PVA and half water, then use a brush to paint the mixture over the plastering area. Once done, you can give the plastering surface about two to three coats and wait for the solution to dry off within a hour or two.

Plastering over Artex is not as hard as it seems, but if you lack the confidence to complete the task, simply contact a professional for help.

how much does plastering cost

How Much Does Plastering Cost?

If your existing interior or exterior plaster is starting to show signs of needing to be refreshed or the painting never seems to last, then it’s probably time to have your plaster renewed to breathe in a new lease of life to your decorating efforts.

So if you’re giving wall plastering a thought, there’s a need to have a rough estimate of the cost a professional is likely to charge so you can set a budget and start planning. However a direct answer can not be provided for this question as there are so many factors that a professional will put into considering before coming up with a quote that’s unique to your specific requirements.

A lot of plasterers will come up with a quote for the job using the number of square metres of wall space that’s going to be covered. This is due to the number of plasterboards as well as the other materials that the plasterer will need to purchase, how long the work will take and also the labour that’ll be involved in completing the project.

Another popular influencing factor that several plasterers use is the size of the room to be plastered. This is the main reason why you’re more likely to find the prices in small, medium as well as large rooms. Therefore, in order to have a more accurate estimate of the cost of your plastering project, you’d have to call in a qualified professional to have a look at the job at hand. Generally, to re-plaster a small room will cost within the range of £350 to £550, a medium room will cost within the range of £400 to £600 and a large room, between £550 to £700.

What types of plastering are there?

There are several different kinds of plastering. ‘Dot and dab’ refers to a base layer of plasterboard which is attached to a wall using ‘dabs’ of adhesive. ‘Floating’ is a technique where a backing or undercoat plaster is applied to walls. ‘Skimming’ or ‘reskimming’ refers to the very thin final decorative layer of plaster.

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