Plastering – Wall and ceiling skimming to a smooth polished finish, which prepares the surface for a clean cover with paint or wallpaper.
Rendering – internal or external. Sand and cement is applied to exposed block or brick surface. A scratch coat is applied, and then a second coat is applied. This coat is then rubbed to a smooth finish ready for painting.
Monocouche – A waterproof render without the need to paint, as it comes in a variety of colours. Which is also suitable for multiple types of surfaces? It is an external decorative through coloured render.
Plaster boarding - Plasterboard is applied to a wall or a ceiling to get a clean, flat finish. This will then be skimmed or tapped to perfect the smooth finish.
Dry-lining – Applying Plasterboard to brickwork, Metal framework or stud walls. This can be skimmed with plaster or tape, and then jointed to a finish ready for decorating.
External Rendering – Applying a smooth finish to any external walls on your property, using mortar to cover exposed concrete block surfaces, preparing it for decoration if that is what you are after.
Screeding – Levelling out a floor surface using sand and cement screeds. Using any from self Leveling screeds, to latex screeds or rapid setting screeds.
Coving – Decorative plaster moulds around the ceilings and top of walls in a house. With a wide variety of choices, and put up with a very high standard for a great finish.
Timber Treatments – Making sure wood beams and supports are safe and up to scratch, includes sorting out Dry Rot, Wet Rot and Wood Worm.
Cellar conversions – Allowing you to make full use of the space you have by converting a cellar or basement into more living space for you to use, which can also be combined with all the proofing treatments that may be necessary at the same time as converting rather than having them done separately.
Tanking – Coating the edges of a cellar with rubber or a waterproofing agent, then re-plastering to prevent any problems with water leakage into the cellar, which can be really beneficial to you, as it leaves you with one less thing to worry about.
Waterproofing – Preventing the intrusion of water under pressure can help secure the foundation and integrity of a building for longer, and preserve both security and value at the same time.