Damn that is some bad plastering for sure and definitely see a issue getting paid for that, you should always carry a light in your van and never take the advice of a punter
can you post a picture of your plastering with a light
The old tyzacks are a bloody good trowel but the steal gradually went poorer and poorer quality in my opinion , so much so I brought half a dozen nos ones from eBay 10 year ago I’ve actually just opened my last one on Friday, the steal is great for sand cement plastering but the skimming is made...
Well f**k me they sent me a invoice for the mixer , I rang them up and said I never ordered the crap thing apparently the rep must of got mixed up and he going to ring me on Tuesday about collecting it , f**k**g numptys
no such thing as a free mixer I guess
plastering talk show?? I’m more of a 6 music fan tbh
im completely stumped on why I have it , I certainly haven’t paid for it
im sure someone will be in contact with me soon luckily I’m not answering the phone for a couple of weeks as catching up a little on the workload
I guarantee my damp proofing but no way would I guarantee a plastering job against a popped screw, s**t happens buildings move expand contract, heavy bastards jumping around upstairs, tell them to fill it , f**k**g pain in the arse customer to expect you to come back for that after 4 years and...
It use to be grey side plastering when I started years ago but that has changed, I had this problem a few years ago when a old timer did the boarding themselves I gave it a coat of Pva but what I found was the paper wasn’t stuck to the plasterboard very well in areas which lifted when skimmed
This is what happens when you dig below the foundations when I do cellar tanking I wouldn’t even take the brick floor up , I let the client do it ,the way I see it is when you dig down it’s possible for soil to wash away from under