We are looking at a 4 bed house and want to know how much roughly to skim the ceilings so the artex can go. There is a lounge, dining room and kitchen, study and downstairs loo, hall, stairs and landing. 4 bedrooms, bathroom and en suite.
Kitchen splashback area (approx 250cm) and adjoining window wall with sill (approx 120cm) to be replastered to make good after newly fitted kitchen.
A large hole has been patched up with a new bit of pasterboard so this part needs smoothing out.
I'm hoping not to install tiles here so it needs to be a good finish. This is just the section above the worktop and below the kitchen wall cabinets.
Looking to render the brick parts of an old stone house best thermal properties thinking Pavatex and as its an old property a silicon render area to cover is around 120 sq metres in total Looking for a budget price to see if it makes economic sense
I have a 2 bedroom flat that needs plaster work as follows (I believe all skimming):
1 full bathroom (currently plasterboard)
1 shower room (currently plasterboard)
Living room ceiling
Bedroom 1 ceiling
Bedroom 2 ceiling
Ceiling are all artex.
Flat is ready to have the bathrooms done.
Need work starting urgently (flat is empty and no one else will be there so can be worked in alone).
dimensions into recesses
Lounge/Dining 6.35 m x 3.34m
Kitchen 3.70m x 2.20m
Landing 2.86m x 3.00m
Bathroom 1.61m x 1.85m
Bedroom One 4.04 mx 3.37m
Bedroom Two 3.30m x 2.71m
Bedroom Three 2.07m x 2.02m
Skim all walls (except kitchen), half the bathroom and make good building works where an opening is created between kitchen and dining room. Walls will be stripped of woodchip and prepared – some ceilings may require minor attention. There may be some minor repairs arising from electrical installation. Repairs will be required to wall/ceiling where wardrobe is to be removed from Bed 2.