A fully qualified, time served plastering company we offer all aspects of residnetial and commercial plastering and rendering.
- Reliability & Time Keeping 98.3%
- Tidiness 94.5%
- Courtesy 98.6%
- Workmanship 99.7%
Plastering in Chester
Liam Gough Plastering Services are an experienced plasterer in Chester offering all manner of wet and dry plastering solutions, these includes 1 & 2 coat plastering, wet plastering, dot and dabbing and also float and set. With a choice of plastering methods available to us we can fully transform your property to the style you desire.
Skimming in Chester
Skimming is style of plastering that’s performed over plaster that has become damaged, new plasterboards or to cover over artex. Our highly skilled plasterer in Chester can provide a 2 coat skimming / re-skimming plastering service which will transform the walls and ceilings in your property with a very smooth and glass like finish which is ready for painting or papering in a couple of days.
Dry Lining in Chester
A lower priced alternate to Wet plastering is dry lining, this basically requires the securing of plasterboards to stud walls, brickwork and ceilings. When securing to timber or metal stud walls we work with screws whereas when applying plasterboard to brickwork a special adhesive is used that is called (Dot & Dab). Once the dry lining joints have been taped we then skim the area to produce a smooth finish, this also tends to dry a lot quicker than the conventional plastering techniques.
Screeding in Chester
Screeding services are in essence the levelling and then smoothing of a materiel that’s poured like concrete, this is done to bring the area you are screeding up to the same level as that of the surrounding area. We use very fast setting screeds, self-levelling screeds and sand and cement screeds.
Exterior and Interior Rendering in Chester
Our team of Chester plasterers can provide high quality exterior & interior rendering services in Chester. Rendering is generated by the use of a sand & cement mix to exposed brickwork or breeze block of an exterior wall, as this creates a perfect impenetrable surface. Rendering consists of 2 layers, the first layer is known as a scratch coat which then provides the second layer with a flat as well as surface.