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    Need a second opinion - BAD WORK?

    Hi guys, I know walls are never going to be 100% perfect, but we've recently had a room renovated back to brick, boarded, skimmed and decorated. It looks shocking imo. We're really not happy with the quality of work, as it's noticeable with just normal lamps on in the room or when the...
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    1930's Semi-Detached rising damp help

    Hi everyone We've got a problem with rising damp in one of our rooms, which is next to a rain water drain which isn't connected to the main sewer line. This is being fixed but I want to treat and prevent. We're having the room renovated in about 3 weeks, back to brick and rebuilt. I found a...
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    Looking for a plasterer in Wolverhampton/Midlands area for private job

    Hi everyone I'm looking for someone who can take our dining room (15' x 11') back to brick and re-board (looking for silky smooth walls). I've been doing this upstairs, but the dining room has a bit of damp, some cold spots, and is just too big of a project for me. The reason I suggested...
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    Insulating boards - 1930's Semi question

    Hi everyone I've bought a load of standard boards and now decided I may want to insulate them with polystyrene, can this be done? Literally some spray glue and bosh... I only ask because I've already got the boards, and have a few cold spots and damp patches in the old plaster. Upstairs I've...
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    First plastering project - fixing low spots up-to corner bead

    Hi guys, This is my first post but I've been reading and searching topics on here for a couple of weeks now. There's a lot of great content here, and even better banter haha. I've just finished plastering my spare room having recently bought a 1930's semi-detached house. The majority of the...
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