CHRIS MATHER BUILDING/PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
- Member since 17 Jan 2011
- wLocation: WHITEHAVEN
- rFeedback score: 2 jobs 100% positive
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The back of my house is rendered with sand and cement to half way up. I cannot afford to have it all removed and re-rendered (already had a quote) I have started to take off all the old paint (5 layers of it)in the hope I could revitalise it and a lot of the render has come away with the paint leaving areas of wall with no render, it now looks a mess basically. Would a reputable plasterer be able to repair these gaps if I make sure all the paint is off and what is left of the render is sound? Ball park figure of how much this may cost? Its an old red brick 3 bed semi. Pretty desperate really...
- Ygraville49 16th Mar, 2011 Plastering
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yes these can be repaired but with smooth render patches you can always see them. it would be a better job to do the full elevation.
- CHRIS MATHER BUILDING/PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 16th Mar, 2011
thank you all for replying .
You all work along way from me so .I don't think you would be able to visit .
I like the nuair flatmaster idea and went on their website but would like to know from someone who has used these ?.
I can't dig the earth out from the other side of the end of terace wall as I don't own this land which is a huge pity as that would have been my first course of action .
The gurantees for the damp have finished and 1 firm wanted £90 to even have a look !
I will try and get a local damp proof builder out to see the prolem
- Yloissimes 17th Apr, 2011 Damp Proofing
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you need to use 50mm thermaline super plasterboards on top of the tanking. this gives a warmer wall surface and reduces condensation problems.
- CHRIS MATHER BUILDING/PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 17th Apr, 2011
- Yjopaynter 7th Mar, 2012 Damp Proofing
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The only system to use is the tanking system, which is really the best damp proofing system there is. Simple
- CHRIS MATHER BUILDING/PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 7th Mar, 2012
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