A Couple of Jobs to Share

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Hello All,
Just thought id share a couple of lime plastering jobs with you. I noticed not many people post their work in this section so i will try and freshen it up for you.
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Heres another job that was very different to everyday rendering, a video can be found at Heritage Plasterwork Specialist - Restoration and Conservation
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This pargeting job was very interesting. See the video.

The external angles are all formed using timber rules, as always when using lime.

Heritage Plasterwork Specialist - Restoration and Conservation
 

Danny

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Very very nice :)

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Nisus

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Nice work there Trev :RpS_thumbup:
 

Loren

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Nice work! What kind of material do you cut your profile into for your template, it looks like wood? There's a lot of scrap aluminum around these parts and that's what I've been using for quite a while. Timber rules- around here I was taught to call it striping out your angles. I'll have to watch the video. Nice to see that they are keeping this kind of work alive over there.:RpS_thumbsup:
 

scottie5

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That's some nice work mate, I pargetted a large extension some years ago (1st attempt I wish there was you tube and the like available then). Overall I was very pleased with the job.
Only do internals now really, it never stops raining long enough to bother going outside.
Keep up the good work fella:RpS_thumbup:
 
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Id love to learn to run the moulds, the amount of bays that get re rendered round here without the features is unreal.
 
#12
@BrummieTrev Are these all your own jobs?
I just dont have the right contacts to get invited to tender for such work, Ive only been self employed for a couple of years and been very fortunate to get all this work through another plastering company. I only built my website in April so im still trying to get established in google etc..... Although things are starting to come in through the website so my luck may well be about to change:)

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Nisus

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I just dont have the right contacts to get invited to tender for such work, Ive only been self employed for a couple of years and been very fortunate to get all this work through another plastering company. I only built my website in April so im still trying to get established in google etc..... Although things are starting to come in through the website so my luck may well be about to change:)

Heritage Plasterwork Specialist - Restoration and Conservation
Was it Gareth Cook you used to work for?

Well if you need a hand on any interesting jobs in the future I'm not far away :RpS_thumbsup:
 
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Nice work! What kind of material do you cut your profile into for your template, it looks like wood? There's a lot of scrap aluminum around these parts and that's what I've been using for quite a while. Timber rules- around here I was taught to call it striping out your angles. I'll have to watch the video. Nice to see that they are keeping this kind of work alive over there.:RpS_thumbsup:
The wooden profile you see in the picture is just a muffle for coring out to within 5mm of the finish, behind that is the finishing profile cut and filed out of zinc. (1mm gauge)
 
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@Nisus, it was Trumpers Ltd who I used to work for, they were owned by a building restoration company Sapcotes, they went bust and then Linfords another restoration company brought Trumpers and they also went bust hence the reason I have very little contacts because as an employee they make sure you dont get involved directly with architects and conservation officers etc..which is why im hoping people will see my work and what I can do.
 
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Arti

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Was it Gareth Cook you used to work for?

Well if you need a hand on any interesting jobs in the future I'm not far away :RpS_thumbsup:
watch out for this un Trev. he's grooming you already....................:RpS_wink:

As previously said ya graft looks mustard....................:RpS_thumbup:
 

stuy

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I just dont have the right contacts to get invited to tender for such work, Ive only been self employed for a couple of years and been very fortunate to get all this work through another plastering company. I only built my website in April so im still trying to get established in google etc..... Although things are starting to come in through the website so my luck may well be about to change:)

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nice work trev it does take a while to get into the right circles as regards to heritage work been trying myself lately ,lime and in situ moulds etc.. just got to keep plugging away mate my old firm used to do work for the duchy of cornwall but i recently got laid off so iam also back as a sub contractor!! again trev super work regards stuy
 
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Hello All,
Just thought id share a couple of lime plastering jobs with you. I noticed not many people post their work in this section so i will try and freshen it up for you.
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Heres another job that was very different to everyday rendering, a video can be found at Heritage Plasterwork Specialist - Restoration and Conservation
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This pargeting job was very interesting. See the video.

The external angles are all formed using timber rules, as always when using lime.

Heritage Plasterwork Specialist - Restoration and Conservation
Lovely work mate,real craft.
 

Arti

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Out of interest What do you use for the zig zag pattern?
 
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If you have any work below window height Nisus is ya man, short ass little fukerr
 

Arti

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:RpS_blushing:..............your always pickin on me Keith.........................im gonna send the gay guys round to [email protected] you up




































































































the ass.......................................:RpS_wink:
 
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