We also offer small and medium plastering repairs
If you have plaster walls in your home, chances are you’re going to have to repair a crack or hole in your wall at some point.
As your home settles into its foundations, small cracks can form in the plaster, while larger holes might come about if you have doors or furniture that are in direct contact with a wall.
Older buildings, in particular, will naturally start to develop cracks. It’s best to repair damaged plaster as soon as possible because it not only makes your walls look drab, but can also enlarge and become more difficult (and expensive) to fix.
Signs of water-damaged walls and ceilings include cracking, crumbling, peeling paint, and/or discoloration.
Water damage can happen for many reasons, and it would be prudent to pinpoint the source before any repairing (and repainting) works are done.
All buildings, no matter when or where they were built or with what material, are subject to cracking. This can be due to seasonal shrinkage and expansion due to the cold and heat, or caused by the slow settling of the ground below.
The location of a crack in your ceiling is a good way of determining whether or not there are larger issues at stake. Although cracks along the edges of a ceiling are a normal part of a home's settling or movement, cracks across the middle of a room can prove problematic. Wide, long and multiple cracks mean it's best to call professional plasterers .
Medium to Large-sized holes
We have all accidentally made a hole in the ceiling or wall of your (or someone else's) home. We've got you covered!
Water Damaged ceilings
The most common type of water damage is from a leaking or damaged roof section, which is most commonly caused by storm damage
If left unrepaired, water damage will continue to worsen, leading to greater problems.
Get it fixed today!