Meath

This conservatory had old timber beams placed across the ceiling before it was then slabbed and skimmed. A simple enough job lasting 2 days

This attic conversion was Slabbed using 1/2″ plasterboard on ceilings and partitions and 60mm insulated board on exterior walls. The ceiling’s were bonded to give a curve feature before the whole project was skimmed. Job took around 4 days in total.

This job was a renovation of a shop into a chinese restaurant in Enfield Co. Meath. The job consisted of skimming over fire resistant plasterboard and was completed in 2 days

This Extension in Enfield included plasterer boarding and Skimming on interior using 55 mm insulated board on the inside of the exterior walls. The outside is finished in a sand and cement nap finish.

This protect consisted of sand and cement sponge finish over block on the outside and Plaster-boarding, slabbing and skimming on the inside. The outside was first scudded at a mix of sand,lime and cement 1;1 before it was scratched with a mix at 3;1. The final cot was mixed at 4;1 and finished with a […]

First the top ceilings of the house were plaster-boarded with 70 mm insulated thermal plasterboard’s before we then plaster-boarded all the partitions.It was decided to use hard-coat on all block walls instead of sand and cement to allow for superior drying. The house is airtight with membrane on all ceilings upstairs and around all windows […]

This 20 meter square extension was to be boarded, rendered and skimmed on the inside with some patchwork to be completed on other parts of the house, The outside was scudded, scratched, dry dashed finished with bands with a sponge finish.

This was a small reskim of Two rooms in Dunboyne Co. Meath. We started by scraping back the stipple on the ceiling which was fairly uneven, brushing it when finished as to remove any loose particles. The walls and ceilings wher then thistle bonded and left to dry over night to dry leaving the rooms […]

We began this project by scudding the entire house in a scud coat of around 1/1 sand and cement. We then scratch coated the house with a mix of 3:1:1/2 sand/cement and lime adding water proofer as needed.  The bands on this project were a little awkward due to the windows on the new part […]

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