Plastering trade jargon
The state of cement rendering or plaster that is no longer bonded to the wall behind it.
A trench cut into plaster or masonry to make space for electrical cabling or pipework.
Horizontal moulding running between the walls and ceiling of a room, or at the top of a kitchen wall units.
A shaped decorative moulding, usually made of wood or plaster, made to fit into the space between the top of a wall and a ceiling of a room.
- Dry lining
The fixing of plaster boards to timber/metal frames to create partition walls/ceilings.
A material used to smooth out small imperfections in a surface.
A mixture of lime and water that can be used to coat exterior walls.
The first rough coat of cement-based mortar applied to external walls as a protective coating.
A smooth cement or rendering applied to exterior walls, often designed to resemble stone.
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