Peter Ward

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About Peter Ward

great plastering in all areas when only the best will do. all work is carried out to ensure total customer satisfaction .With a vast amount of experience in all aspects of plastering, rendering, and tradtional cornice repair replacement &.damp proofer

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Peter Ward rated for Floor fitters in Glasgow

5

Overall rating

88 total ratings 1 last 30 days 7 last 6 months 11 last 12 months

20 Oct 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

Booked Peter to start on 1 October asked for 50% money up front. He didn't show but asked us to rearrange furniture etc. for later in the week. Never showed with various reasons. 9 October dropped off some equipment and asked for more money. 12 October covered my kitchen and dining room in dust sheets but no work done. He promised to finish 15 October and some work was started left house like a building site. 18 October he offered our money back and return my house key. 19 October won't answer us.

, PA4

08 Aug 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

Peter is the man. Replied to job posting within an hour, came out to see the room and provided a quote for the job on the day. The job itself was completed to an amazing finish and all within a very reasonable time. Very clean and professional tradesman who knows what he is doing. To top it all off he is super friendly. Highly recommend.

, G40

06 Jun 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

Having been let down by previous people just not replying it was great that Peter was there in an hour ,gave a quote ,turned up in time and finished the job on time.He takes no money until the job is finished to your satisfaction. I know nothing about plastering but was impressed with his attention to detail and pride in his work.Helpful and easy to have about the house..

, G69

02 Jun 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

Peter did a great job, turned up as promised and competed job was finished on time. Deserves the 5 stars!

, G3

26 Jun 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

Peter did a really good job. He turned up when he said he would, tided up when he was finished etc. I've no complaints. Would recommend him.

, G15

05 Jul 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

Great job, completed on time with no issues, would definitely use again

, ML3

22 Apr 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

What a lovely guy Peter is. I posted the job on a Saturday night and Peter phoned me 10 minutes later. Peter came out the next day and gave me a quote. He then started the work a week later and did an excellent job and was very tidy. I would recommend Peter to anyone, top class work. The only thing Peter needs to improve on is his singing, my daughter said he was awful ????. Thanks again Peter

, G75

21 Feb 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

I got Peter in to remove artexing and fix a couple of walls, ceilings and cornicing and my new flat now looks stunning. He's a real pro, and someone who clearly takes pride in a job well done. A very easy guy to get along with and someone I couldn't recommend highly enough.

, G42

29 Jan 2018

Plasterer / Renderer

I can’t recommend Peter highly enough. He was extremely punctual, pleasant and very honest. It turns out that I couldn’t get my TV cables hidden because my TV has a built-in power adapter. Peter was very honest in explaining what could be done. I’ll definitely be calling him should I ever need plaster work done

, G41

12 Dec 2017

Plasterer / Renderer

Peter is extremely professional and did a fantastic job on my bathroom. I was extremely happy with the price and he kept the room extremely clean so it could still be used between visits. Will definitely use again and highly recommend.

, G42

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Peter Ward answered questions about Floor fitters in Glasgow

's question
Mon 2 Dec 2013 11:18am
I had a new bathroom fitted in summer. Ceiling and walls were plastered several fine straight lines have appeared in ceiling and one on wall- is this to be expexted? What do i do about them as i have painted the walls and ceiling.
  • Peter Ward's Answer
    Mon 2 Dec 2013 13:00pm
    Yes sounds like it could be due to plasterer failing to scrim joints or repaired incorrectly I would call the plasterer who should be more than happy to call round to check for you . awardplastering
's question
Fri 29 Nov 2013 17:34pm
Is it easier to use board finish rather than muilti finish especially on a bear plasterboard as you only need 1 coat rather than 2 coat finish?
  • Peter Ward's Answer
    Fri 29 Nov 2013 21:44pm
    Haven't found any real difference between either but would always use multi finish as a choice and always use 2 coats whatever you choose

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Top trades offered by Peter Ward

Floor fitters

Screeding

Plasterer / Renderer

Screeding

Decorative Cornicing / Plasterwork

Internal Rendering

Tiler

Screeding

Internal Rendering

Plaster Skimming

Traditional Craftsman

Decorative Cornicing / Plasterwork