INTERIOR WORK

PLASTERING INFORMATION - from J&S Plastering & Building

SOME EXAMPLES OF PLASTERING SITUATIONS:

bare brickwork to be plastered

Plastering – Internal plastering on walls consisted of two coats : one is base coat, which is applied thicker than the finishing coat. The finishing coat consists of a thin smooth coat of plaster. On ceilings two thin coats of finishing plaster is normally applied.

In both this cases this is the norm. However in some cases a different technique may be required due to the structure of the wall. All plaster finishes can be decorated with paint, wallpaper or vynil when the plaster has dried out completely as long as the plaster has been treated with a paint sealer.

You can mouse-over the image on the right to see brickwork before and after work is completed.

All plaster finishes can be decorated with paint, wallpaper or vinyl when the plaster has dried out completely as long as the plaster has been treated with a suitable paint sealer.


bare blockwork to be plastered


You can mouse-over the image to the left to see blockwork before and after plastering is completed.