Re-render back of house (Victorian mid-terrace 2 bed).
Current render is cracked & flaking.
Martin & Andy did a great job on the back of my house - they turned up when they said they would every time, cleaned up after themselves & sorted out a few extra things for me while they were here. I would definitely use them again!Iain
Back of a terraced house with double storey extension and single storey bathroom extension has non subsidence cracks x3 (of approx 1 m in length) and the render is coming away at the connection with the extension (corner floor to ceiling). Sounds hollow in about 5 places. Needs re-rendering and repainting afterwards. Name your best price!
Rain delayed so took 2 weeks longer than initially said and scaffold therefore up over christmas but that was not simon fault! A good job with a nice finish.
Need scaffold down before can clean up so still waiting for complete finish.
The handrail has evidently been pulled out before, and perhaps not properly fixed each time. The plaster seems thin in that area and although I've drilled holes, put in plugs and then screws, that part (the top) of the handrail comes out when even slightly pulled on. The stairs are steep so I need to have this taken care of.
I am very happy overall with the job James did.Michele
Previous plastering/rendering jobs in Easton, Bristol
Updated : the house is a two bedroom victorian mid terraced. i am looking for someone to carry out complete rendering works to the rear of the property. this will involve taking of the old rendering which has cracks and replacing with new. i need three quotes to compare with a view to starting work in late January. Original : The house had a complete internal renovation last year and there is now a tenant in the property. There is a crack in the external rendering at the rear of the property that has been present for some time and this combined with recent bad weather has produced damp sections on the new internal plaster. i would like someone to check out the situation and give me a price on a total re_render of the back of the property. i am looking to get the works done by the end of january.
First of all I'm not sure if I just need a renderer, I may need roof and damp course work done as well.
I have an end terrace victorian house that needs external re-rendering and possibly roof work? There is some damp in the sitting room and possibly some in the middle bedroom, both rooms are on the side of the house because it's an end terrace. I think all the side walls need hacking off and re-rendering/painting but perhaps only repair work and weather proof coats of paint are necessary, I'm not sure. I think a damp course might be needed but I don't think the damp readings on the walls inside are particularly high.
I've had various work done inside and out over the years. I think the roof is still weather proof but some of the felt under the chimney stacks is broken and should probably be repaired, I'd like to avoid paying for a new roof but would like your opinion on it's condition. The felt was already replaced on the kitchen and bathroom roofs (it's a downstairs bathroom). I'm not sure about the state of the flashings and barge boards and they might need work/replacing.
Basically I want to make sure the house remains weather proof and try to keep at bay any damp problems etc. The inside was completely re-decorated 5 yrs ago but is now showing signs of ware becaue the house has been let but it's not too bad.
If you can have a quick look and let me know your initial thoughts, access can easily be arranged also for you to look inside and at the roof.
currently refitting a lock-up shop to convert it into a bakery. We need to plaster board several meters of wall, skim another large wall and fix up other parts of the shop such as sections of damaged celling.
Walls in the back garden needs rendering
small living room walls need skimming, plastering fireplace alcove and ceiling skimming over artex. room aprox. 3m x 3m
I have two separate jobs. Firstly, An Internal wall around a front room bay window is showing signs of damp. this i believe is down to water penetration from the outside as the guttering is old. so i'm assuming hacking off, some kind of damp proof coating, then re-render and skim. Also i would need the front guttering re done.
secondly, i have a small extension showing signs of damp on each wall, but not the ceiling. This could be down to the the roof which would need looking at or just damp also, i would need advice on this one. The damp patches would need to be treated some how but not sure the way to go on this one.
The kitchen is approx 2.5m x 2m and 4 rows of tiling have been removed from each wall and around the window. There is currently some loose plaster and concrete beneath that needs removing and made good and skimmed in these areas.
to remove old rendering (pebble dash) and apply new rendering
Miss M Minott
I'm not sure
one room, medium sized, some blitering, buckling and crackingto existing plasterwork.
I'm not sure
all windows and doors in the house (a 1930s 3 bed mid terrace) are getting replaced and I will need some touch up work inside plastering and skimming and outside render - they should be complete by the end of next week so will need someone as soon as possible after that