Plastering Question

How deep can you make wall plaster over plasterboard?

I've removed some wooden panelling on one of the walls in the livingroom and replaced it with plasterboard. The new plasterboard isn't flush with the existing adjacent plasterboard near the ceiling. It is recessed about 12mm too far. 2 feet below the ceiling it is flush, so ok there. Can I fill the recess with 12mm deep plaster? Is it easier to remove the plasterboard and re-seat new plasterboard? Should I nuke the house and start from scratch?

2 Answers

start from scratch mate it be a better finish

Answered 26th Aug 2012

mac and sons plastering

Member since 31 Mar 2012

Hi

its always best to start from scratch, be please take in to account the cost of the job & level of time its going to take to do the work!! in short one room at a time finish it and move to the next one

i hope this helps

best regards

Steven
Seikoingplastering

Answered 28th Aug 2012

SEIKOINGPLASTERING

Member since 9 Apr 2008

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