We've got a dodgy bedroom ceiling that we've been struggling to make a decision about for a while.
It's badly cracked in multiple places and has clear sagging in others. We had a very similar issue in our other bedroom but were able to rip that one down and replace with...
The bottom section behind and just above the skirting board had blown so we removed the bottom foot and half, replaced it with limelite renovation plaster then skimmed the lot with limelite finishing plaster.
We weren't given any information on previous damp proofing but I've attached the best photo I've got of the wall next to the back door pre-plaster - we were wondering whether the dark green might have been a form of damp proofing?
We're currently renovating our 1898 end terrace house and have started skimming our external walls with limelite. All sections of wall that have been skimmed so far have been perfect but the section between our chimney breast and back door has reacted very strangely.