Del plastering and Building services

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Del plastering and Building services rated for Bathroom fitter in Leamington Spa


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08 Sep 2016

Plasterer / Renderer

Very good job in plastering and removing artex from my home. Work completed to a good standard.

, CV34

13 Apr 2016

Plasterer / Renderer

having found Dave through this website, he came round promptly, we asked for references and he gave us the previous customer who i spoke to and was very complimentary. we had a lot done, 2 bedrooms, large hall stair way, and landing and a corridor, Dave and Carl were courteous very tidy, good workers ( not 10 til 3) the pricing was very fair and the work very good, no hesitation in recommending in fact they are coming back to another 3 rooms in a few weeks. Nice guys!!

, B95

15 Nov 2015

Plasterer / Renderer

Great, value for money

, CV6

02 Jul 2016


Excellent builder,punctual,good communication,explained everything,good quality work.

, CV3

24 Oct 2015

Plasterer / Renderer

I'm glad to have found dave, he's a great bloke and has done a great job. Arrived on time, stayed until the job was done and charged a fair pricei can't recommend him highly enough after my experience!

, CV37

30 Aug 2015

Plasterer / Renderer

Excellent, friendly plasterer. Took a lot of pride in the work and ensured a very smooth finish. Very pleased with the outcome.

, NN7

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Del plastering and Building services answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Leamington Spa

's question
Thu 5 Oct 2017 22:37pm
I am not sure if I need to have screed applied to level my recently concreted floor on an extension.
  • David Parry's Answer
    Mon 16 Oct 2017 09:23am
    What is the difference in floor levels between the old and new floor ??
's question
Tue 10 Oct 2017 09:12am
I have had a flood. The drying company took off about 3 foot of plaster off the top of some walls. The insurance builders have started work. They have replastered the top of the walls but feathered into the existing lining paper. Should they have taken the lining paper off?
  • David Parry's Answer
    Mon 16 Oct 2017 05:41am
    As a plasterer with nearly 20 years experience at the job, Plastering over any papered surface is a cardinal sin and you should be ashamed to call yourself a tradesman. As for your previous reply to this as per usual there are good and bad in every trade I for one would and could never plaster over paper as they say it’s all in the prep work.

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