Replacement of Old or Damaged Ceilings
Removing old ceilings can be a messy job, however, with our site visit and guide to preparing your home the process does run smoothly. Old ceilings are taken down and bagged ready for your disposal. Joists are de-nailed and new gyproc plasterboard is screwed into place ready for plastering.
This is a decorative cast plaster that is used to mask the join between wall & ceiling. Coving comes in a range of sizes and styles to suit individual taste and will frame and enhance your wall and ceiling lines.
Installation of Plasterboard and Stud Wall Partitioning
Plasterboard is an inner layer of gypsum sandwiched between two outer layers of lining paper. The most common type of board used is 12.5mm plasterboard, other available types of plasterboard include moisture resistant, fire resistant, insulated or soundproof board.
Internal walls made up of a timber frame can have plaster board attached directly, It’s quick to construct, lightweight and strong. With the use of studwork construction means that pipes and wires can be easily run within the wall where needed. Stud wall partitioning can be used to divide up a large space and to box in pipes.
External Plastering (Rendering)
Applying render to a wall is a great way to protect it from the elements. This is a sand and cement mix that is applied in two coats to the exterior of buildings, the first coat known as the scratch coat enables the second coat to properly adhere. A top coat is then applied and finished to a smooth surface ready for painting.