JD Plastering

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About JD Plastering

Hi thanks for looking at my profile. My name is Jon, I am time served tradesman NVQ Level 3, I have gained vast experience in17 years that i have been plastering, internal, external, specialist, external rendering systems. I have a very good reputation.

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JD Plastering rated for Bricklayer in Newport

4.5

Overall rating

27 total ratings 0 last 30 days 3 last 6 months 9 last 12 months

25 Oct 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

Fantastic - great job done and very reasonable price. Will definitely be using again for some of the other rooms in the house!

, NP26

25 Aug 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

I can't comment because he seems to have disappeared after his initial visit, so I'll never know!

, NP44

24 Aug 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

Good job

, SA12

01 Aug 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

We really can't praise Jon enough for the work he completed last week at our house! After being let down by so many different contractors it was great to find someone who is on time, polite, well priced and professional! While the original quoted work was being carried out we even asked Jon to carry out some other work at the same time which he did and when the work was completed he cleaned up after himself, we wouldn't have even known he was here!

, CF48

03 Aug 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

Excellent work by Jon. He viewed the work on Friday and started Monday morning. Was quite fast in skimming over the artex. Due to his reasonable prices we added some more walls to the job. Very pleased with the work and how the walls and ceiling look. Jon's quite a friendly chap and easy to chat to.

, CF11

13 Jul 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

After promising to quote for the job four times let me by text do not rate this service

, CF41

22 Jul 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

We were very pleased with the quality of work completed by John. He was communicative before the job, very friendly & professional at work & cleaned up before he left. He was very accommodating as we work during the week but he was happy to come over in an evening or the weekend making it a hassle-free process for us, we would highly recommend & will be using again

, CF11

02 Jul 2017

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Jon was prompt efficient and good value!!

, CF23

29 May 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

Very professional .arrived on time no hidden charges .will be using his services again. Well recommended.

, CF83

24 May 2016

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Very pleased with the job. Infact I actually paid him an extra £20 because he did such a good job... I will definitely be using him again.

, CF11

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JD Plastering answered questions about Bricklayer in Newport

's question
Wed 15 Mar 2017 08:40am
Hi. Me and my wife are looking to make an offer on a small detached house which is quite dated and requires a lot of work. One of the main things we want to address is removing the pebble dashing that the house is covered in and then render it. All the windows require replacing as well, so we thought it's probably best to do this at the same time (well just before I guess). We just wanted to know: A) What should we expect the cost to be for removing all the pebbledash from the house and getting the house re-rendered? (According to the ground floor floorplan approx 906 SQ.FT / 84.2 SQ.M with the upstairs being about 660 SQ.FT/61.3 SQ.M) B) How long should we expect this to take? C) How much should we expect to pay for getting all the windows and front door replaced? (Approx 10 windows, including 2 bay windows)
  • Jonathan Davies's Answer
    Tue 21 Mar 2017 21:09pm
    Hi Priyesh I can only give you advice on the plastering you should expect to pay around £8,000 to hack off and re-render 140 m2 labour scaffolding and materials if it's awkward access etc maybe more I'd have to see it which I obviously can't but that's a round about figure thanks Jon
's question
Tue 21 Mar 2017 08:33am
I have a water damage patch in on my bathroom ceiling on the wall adjacent to the my next door neighbours bathroom who has mould and a water patch on her ceiling) from a water leak. the patch is not wet, and shows discoloured water marks and the paint is forming tiny bubbles, where the damage is. how do I get my ceiling fixed. Do ask Plastered, decorator?
  • Jonathan Davies's Answer
    Tue 21 Mar 2017 20:52pm
    Hi I skim read the question I'm sorry you need a decorator scrape all loose paint use paint block then filler if necessary then paint with the finished coat with vinyl make sure that you dry it out first thanks
  • Jonathan Davies's Answer
    Tue 21 Mar 2017 20:47pm
    Hi Geraldine if the patch is by an exterior wall I suggest that you get your roof checked if it's downstairs check to see if there's any cracks in the render or brickwork other than that perhaps you have got a slow leak or you need an extractor fan I hope I've been helpful Thanks Jon

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