Pointing & Plastering

The primary concern in replastering and repointing old walls is the presence of salts. In old buildings, due to their age, salts become an integral part of the building fabric. Getting rid of them is really not an option, which…

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Plasterboarding or drylining represents an attractive and cost-effective alternative to wet plastering. This method became popular starting from the 1950s and gradually replaced wet plastering or traditional Victorian “lath & plaster” technique in many applications.Plasterboarding AdvantagesThe reason why plasterboarding is…

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Top 5 Renovation Mistakes

Here are some common renovation mistakes which are often done on old buildings that result in the failure of plastering or a significantly shorter lifespan of the finishing and decoration. If your walls fall into any of these categories: older…

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