Plastering Question

Could a plasterer repair that section of the ceiling - or does the whole ceiling need re-plastering? about 9x5ft.

An old shower leak above a small kitchen a few years ago has dried out, but left deep cracks in the plaster in the corner of the ceiling.

4 Answers

Best Answer

There's different factors to consider.........construction of ceiling,wall units/trim possibly to remove etc.......the list goes on.
It would probably be easier to get someone round to actually look at it & tell you exactly what needs to be done rather than a dozen or so people on here trying to guess with different answers which is what will happen.

Carl.

Answered 12th Dec 2011

carl melady

Member since 1 Jun 2008

Depends on the condition of the ceiling, a plasterer could repair part of the ceiling, take all loose stuff of first, but it better to over skim the whole ceiling.

Answered 12th Dec 2011

B J D BUILDING/ROOFING

Member since 29 Oct 2008

hi really depends on the condition of the ceiling, you can part plaster any area, need to take of all the loose and flakey parts first but any plaster would like to see the job 1st

Answered 6th Jan 2012

plastering

Member since 16 Dec 2011

its better to replaster the whole ceiling

Answered 20th Oct 2015

Holt Plastering

Member since 19 Oct 2015

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