I had to have my house replastered following a total rewire last summer. I was hoping that I could have got a way with a skim however most of the plaster fell off and I was left with what looked like a building needing demolishing not replastering. My plasterers were amazing. They worked from early morning to late evening, to get me sorted. I had no choice but to be still living in the house while this was going on, it was not a good situation, but they worked so hard to help me. They covered everything, to protect any furniture and flooring. They cleaned up daily, always making sure I had somewhere to sit and sleep. The one think why I think they deserve this is the fact that it was the hottest summer ever, so hot that the plaster was constantly drying to quickly and cracking. However each time it did they redone it, I never needed to ask, they inspected it each morning and re plastered it needed. They came earlier to try and plaster in the coolest times. They wouldn't open a window or use a fan dispite being overheated , so that the plaster would dry slower. Finally they completed the job, perfectly, then cleaned all the windows etc. I feel these lads went above and beyond what they needed to do, they helped as much as they could to make this time bareable. I am so pleased with my home. I had waited for 30 years to get this done, and I would recommend them to anyone. The workmanship was so good my electrician asked for there number as he hadn't seen such good work.
Homeowner Suzanne Williams
B D S plastering and property services
Joanne Madsen 4 months ago
Gorgeous result looks like a new build.
Susan mckever 4 months ago
Totally transformed this house
Sam 4 months ago
Good feedback. Thanks.
The judges are currently reviewing the shortlist and the winner will be announced soon. The judges of this year’s competition are MyBuilder CEO and Founder Ryan Notz, the winner of last year’s Job of the Year award Tim Taylor of T.I.M Building and Maintenance Ltd and property and interiors writer, Rachel Newcombe who runs Cosy Home Blog.