• Professional plastering work for newly built walls and ceilings
  • Also, skim coat ( a 3mm-5mm plaster layer ) plastering over old, cracked, or damaged walls
  • Plastering bathrooms to straighten walls ready for tiling
  • Plastering kitchen walls after new electrics and pipes have been installed
  • Plastering ceilings new and old
  • Restoring original plaster cornices
  • New screed ( schappe ) flooring
  • Outside rendering
  • Plastering repair work around new windows & doors


Internal plasterwork has a number of values, not least of which is the contribution it makes to the historic character of your property and should be conserved wherever possible. The flexibility of traditional plasters have allowed these architectural mouldings to survive by accommodating structural movement in the building and any failure tends to be from outside agents such as water penetration or decay to the timber lathers or floor and ceiling structures.

The conservation and restoration of decorative plasterwork demands knowledge and skills and the result – when properly executed – is extremely rewarding. Substituting original features with commercially mass-produced plasterwork is inappropriate and against the conservation guidelines for listed buildings.

An appreciation of the distinctiveness that decorative plasterwork can give to a room, means that its presence is now used as an important selling point with period properties and to remove such detail can only devalue a building.