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Whiter Interiors

24 ratings read reviews

Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Peter and his team are committed to meeting those needs. As a result, since trading from 1992 a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers.

Reviews and ratings

  • 24 total ratings
  • 0 in the last 30 days
  • 0 in the last 6 months
  • 1 in the last 12 months

24 total ratings | 0 in the last 30 days | 0 in the last 6 months | 1 in the last 12 months

Plasterer / Renderer

Plaster Skimming

30 Apr 2016
30 Apr 2016

In my experience of tradesmen, Peter is a breath of fresh air. He is honest, professional, very knowledgeable and completes his work to an excellent standard. No unexpected costs just a well executed plan for the work he performed. He was specifically repairing plaster work that I had botched up by another plasterer and managed to sand and fill to a very high standard and then painted the whole room. The finish was unbelievable considering the mess the previous plasterer had left. Top job! Thank you!

Painter / Decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating

14 Dec 2015
14 Dec 2015

good clean tradesman and great service

Trades and area covered

Painter / Decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating, Paint Effects / Mural, External Painting - Wall and more

Plasterer / Renderer

Internal Rendering, Plaster Skimming, Standard Coving


Internal Rendering, Plaster Skimming

Traditional Craftsman

Paint Effects / Mural

Expert answers

Curtain Rails will not stay up.

Posted by Dan Stokes on Tue 24 Jan 2017 09:47am
I have an old victorian terrace house and we have an issue when trying to put up curtain rails, the walls appear to be quite weak and crumbly and the poles do not stay up. We have tried using various fillers and glues etc to solve the problem but once again the rails have fallen down in 2 of the bedrooms and the walls are looking quite messy due to all the attempts to put them back up, any idea who or what type of tradesman i would need to get these fixed?

Peter Whiter's Answer

Wed 25 Jan 2017 10:56am
Hi Dan, Due to the nature of the walls in old Victorian homes you need to drill in to the bricks not the plaster, if this still isn't possible you will need to inject a 2 part solvent Glue then apply a bolt which you can then fix too. Theses old hose are fragile, even plaster won' hold it , maybe cement but that still need something to stick to and if the surface is dry and dusty then cement will just fall out. Hope this helps.

Phone call

Posted by SANDRA IVATT on Wed 28 Dec 2016 21:56pm
I had a call from JL Contracts today and they have made arrangements to call and quote for the job, however I have just logged in and the rating does not seem very positive and I am know concerned.

Peter Whiter's Answer

Thu 29 Dec 2016 23:07pm
You should always check the ratings it's down to you, these guys just buy your information when you apply your enquiry, don't let them quote if you don't want them too.