appreciate replys cheers. i will be speaking to acountant just wanted to hear from anyone whos been in same boat.
so some said ltd could be better for tax reasons? i work on site with 20% automaticly deducted from my wage via cis. would this change been ltd or still work the same way? thanks
Hi im a sole trader thinking about going ltd. can anyone with more knowledge on the subject explain any advantages or not to the switch.
im a contractor work on commercial and housing sites mainly, with a couple lads. would ltd affect the way i get paid would it still be 20% deducted by main...
Andy didn't say it was a bad outcome pal. All flat and plumb when edge is held to wall. Talking about slight deviations on longer runs when looking directly down line. No other site spreads I've seen mess about with box screed or creating bands tbh.
Nah mate all price work. We just keep chucking full walls on n rulling off till about 11 skim same day. Never really done it with creating bands or any other plumbing method. Heard of people sticking beads on or dotting strips plumb n filling n rulling inbetween to get walls bang on. But not...
Anybody got any good tips on getting a bang straight ceiling line please. Done loads of rough and skim on comercial sites mostly where grid is being fitted so easy to get straight and flat as nothing in your way.. always notice the odd deviation when roughing to a ceiling looking down the line...
I've never had an issue before. Had a new delivery of multi on job today n worst I've ever used. Just like pictures lurpak put up. Was like trowling up sand! Set rapid. Tearing like f**k. Even twitching angles was ripping gear. Awful stuff. Wonder if it's cause bags been stored in freezing cold...
A monkey can flatten a wall and polish it to death pal. It's angles and detail work that make ya a plasterer. And really doubt you can float and set a room properly on your own after a year. How old are you ?
It's alright saying you can do this and that. Depends how well. And I doubt very well if it's your first year.. nowt wrong with 40 quid especially if you're a young un. He's learning you a trade at end of day he's entitled to make money off you, it's not a charity
Never priced a decent sized job rough n skim suply before. Done plenty on site where there's pallets of hardwall waiting for you, but haven't a clue when pricing roughing yourself for builders ect. Anyone have any guidelines per meter cost they follow for suply please? Hardwall that is. Thanks
I know mate used spats years, i get the timings. I meant more I find the speedkim if not spotless can leave small fine lines through your work probably through tiny bits of fat that can collect in those ridges on front. Find it really annoying.
Like the standard Speed skim prefer them to the metal bladed spats eze refina ect. I think they leave a nicer finish after troweling up, don't like how other spats fetch up water in skim.
But does anyone else find speedskims drag like f**k if they're not kept not absolutely spotless? I'm...
Can anyone recommend some good buckets for 3 n half to 4 bag mixes for skim? Looking for something not too oversized just to take 3 n half, 4 bags nicely and be reasonably hardwearing, any ideas? Cheers
Who prefers spot and stand, n who prefers to work from bucket?
Coming round to spot board more recently gear seems to stay fresh longer. Always worked from bucket previously
Does anyone know what size board I would need to take 3 bag mixes? cheers
Hello! On really high suction backgrounds pva is not cutting it for me on bigger sets . Does anybody use anything else to control suction better. Sure I read about sbr being used before? If so what ratios please. Advice appreciated. Cheers
Hello. Always lurking.. prob have a scan through every other day. Good toilet reading. Fcuk all to do with being intimidated by posting just rather have a scan, keeps me entertained. Picked up loads of tips too