Plastering Question

The plaster around mu son's window is breaking and crumbling, is this easy to replaster / rectify and how do i go about it?

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Hope this helps,

Carl.

Answered 23rd Apr 2011

carl melady

Member since 1 Jun 2008

hi ..yes its no problem to re plaster this area ..around windows is always a hot spot for cracking and crumbling plaster due to the windows shrinking and expanding with the weather { is it a wooden frame window or new double glazed } also if you have a radiator under the window this can cause the plaster to crack and crumble ...basically get a decent plasterer from this site to come and have a look for you and give you some advise on the next step to take ..but dont worry easily rectified and should not cost to much pennies ...good luck

Answered 22nd Apr 2011

KBPLASTERING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

Member since 30 Sep 2008

take out all the old plaster, pva the area to repair and apply multi finish, if its only a small area, use polyfilla.

Answered 22nd Apr 2011

PPT Renovations

Member since 28 Nov 2009

post your job on this site

Answered 22nd Apr 2011

substructure

Member since 7 Jun 2008

you would need find out if the plaster is crumblling due to water damage first if so you would need to re-seal the window from the outside first.You would then strip of the damaged plaster and re plaster leaving a good finish for you just to paint on. The job itself is not a big one but you must find out first of all what is causing the plaster the crumble in the first place.
Kind Regards
R&R Builders and Plasterers

Answered 23rd Apr 2011

atrades

Member since 10 Jan 2010

hi, it depends, if its a old house , and just knock off plaster, plasterboard around window area (dryline) put beads on , and skim,

Answered 26th Apr 2011

A1 DECORATORS

Member since 2 Dec 2010

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