well done chris w, i think freerider just went in guns blazing... thing is freerider im not saying if you cant work out multi finish your a s**t spread, if you
read between the lines is the bigger picture im talking about. By the way as chris W expertly pointed out it is quite common sense to work out materials,
multi finish 9m2 a bag at two coats... from that any area can be worked out
bonding 2.75m2 a bag at 11mm thickness
Free rider u comment on me just coming out of college and a know it all, im not a know it all. im not calling my self a plasterer, more of an apprentice plasterer, but the above calculations i assumed everyone knew but obviously not, ive done jobs based on the above calculations and it worked out perfectly to
the last trowel full. So please read carefully next time, i think you freerider are the know it all, and dont take that the wrong way freerider im not trying to be rude!!
Yeah ignore me dude I did only read half your post before replying! just had one of those days!
Your deffo going the right way about things! it was only the sort of comments im fed up of reading people moaning about people "not being spreads" just because they see them drive down the road in a brand new sign written van, like loads of people queuing up for multi where you work.. im sure one or two of them are actually spreads or atleast have some idea of the trade! not everyone is what people judge them to be!
Chris - thats exactly it, if needed I would work out materials with the above style calculations, but generally doing domestic work its not hard to guage a whole house worth of materials by guess work through experience and what you get out of a set.. thats all I was stating, NOT for a block of 60 flats, that isnt something I think I would ever price up being a one man band! (would love to though, keep me busy for ******* years)