Plastering walls and brickworks are crucial components of any building construction or restoration because it creates a slick, durable surface that you can admire for years.
Wall plastering is a skilled task that demands careful application. We will plaster your walls to give them a solid, slick, long-lasting surface. Additionally, a well plastered room will aid in soundproofing, keep existing walls in good shape, and give the ideal surface for painting.
Depending on your needs and the condition of the structure, we can provide a variety of plastering choices. We have skilled bricklayers and plasterers who will provide the best services on time and at reasonable prices.
The process of expertly covering an outside wall with cement, lime, or acrylic, for example, to safeguard any exposed brickwork, is known as rendering services. By having your property rendered, you can drastically improve the appearance of your house and avoid needing further upkeep and repairs. You can choose to have your render smooth or textured – your choice may depend on the age and style of the property so that the work complements your home.
Screeding is used on floors to give it a smooth and level finish so that new flooring can be laid perfectly on it. It is also used when underfloor heating pipes have been fitted. Screeding is the perfect choice for those who have had home extensions and renovations as it ensures that there is no difference in levels between the newer and older parts of the property. As with all the plastering services we provide, we use the highest quality materials to ensure our high quality craftsmanship is not compromised. If you think screeding may be the right solution for your property
We offer brickslaying services as part of your property renovation, restoration, rear extension, adding new walls and remodeling your kitchen or garage. Over time, existing brickwork may require restoration, or repointing, to reduce the effects of water damage and time. This typically involves removing the old mortar and any damaged bricks, then replacing them with new units and fresh mortar. By repairing and restoring brick structures in this manner, you can prevent future water damage and help to preserve historic structures.