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Plaster Skimming, Canterbury
14:38 21 September 2017
Just about to complete on a house and whilst house is empty would like 3 artex ceilings skimmed flat.
Rooms are empty with no carpets so mess shouldn't be a problem.
13' X 9'8"
10'8" X 10'2
8'10" X 7'2
Need someone ASAP (get keys on the 27th September).
I have a kitchen ceiling where I have taken down false wooden beams. In between the beams there is a kind of artexing. What I am aiming for is to have a completely smooth ceiling instead. I realise this may involve some plaster boarding .
We would like our dining room walls plastered in the next couple of weeks if possible. Room size is 2.89m x 3.81m. There is plain coving along the top of the walls. We do not require the ceiling to be plastered. The walls are currently covered in lining paper which we will remove, along with the radiator. It is a 1920s house.
We've had a chimney breast widened and plastered for a range cooker but when it came to installing the range cooker we didn't have enough width for the gas hob. So the chimney has been widened further so we now need areas where plaster has been removed re-plaster boarding and skimming.
Hi. We've removed some decorative features from archway, and need the wall re-skimming where the bare plaster now shows.
Also the skirting needs tidying up where it was disturbed by the removal of the wall features.
House has had some rewiring.
5 new electric sockets have been installed upstairs.
The chases for the sockets are approximately 45 cm long off the floor x 8 cm wide. These require filling/skimming and blending into plain wall which is just emulsioned. There is also some filling required around the sockets.
3 light switches also require some filling.
A rewire has also occurred to 2 light switchs downstairs. 1 chase is 80 cm long, the other 1 metre long. These require filling filling/skimming and blending to plain emulsioned walls. Again work is required around the switches.
Skimming then painting required for a double bedroom (4.3m x 3.3m). The walls are in good condition. There is a picture rail and a small amount of filling is required around the light fitting. Walls and ceiling are required.
Having recently moved into a new property, we are looking to carry out some internal home improvement works. Currently we have stipple effect ceilings and would like to have them skimmed to have a smooth finish. Also we will be fitting new covering in the kitchen/dining room.
We have moved into a new home, and on moving the old cupboards we found that the back wall of one bedroom has been left unplastered since the last people put sound-proofing in. There is also a small but quite deep hole in the adjoining wall. We are not sure whether the entire room may need to be plastered (as some of the room looks a bit uneven), or whether two walls would suffice, so would appreciate someone coming to look at it if possible... Many thanks.
Knocked out built in cupboard which has affected a wall and part of the ceiling. Areas have been plasterboarded but now need plastering. 2 small walls in the same room need to be skimmed. In the kitchen lights have been moved in the ceiling and crack from previous building work appeared which also needs skimming.
Over the last 2 years I have started up my own business as a plasterer and am now at the stage where I am actively looking for someone to work with me so I can take on larger jobs. As a self-employed plaster, you must be a skilled in plastering, rendering, coving and drylining along with a cheerful and outgoing personality. For the right person this would present an ideal opportunity to join a growing and expanding business where you will be able to share in its he success as we grow together. Must live in the East Sussex area must have own tool and transport if possibly