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alan carmel

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We are looking for a recommendation for a proffessional plasterer to apply render to our 1872 cottage in Herts Elstree & Borehamwood
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essexandy

The Lake Governor
We are looking for a recommendation for a proffessional plasterer to apply render to our 1872 cottage in Herts Elstree & Borehamwood View attachment 63338
I'm sure that you have already, but sit down in that lovely garden and think long and hard before getting that cottage rendered. Then sit down and think about it again. Keep repeating until you realise that keeping the brickwork is a better idea.
 

PRB_Ryan

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John j

Mono Don
I'm sure that you have already, but sit down in that lovely garden and think long and hard before getting that cottage rendered. Then sit down and think about it again. Keep repeating until you realise that keeping the brickwork is a better idea.
100 percent . Mental to render that
 

Bigstevehammer

Active Member
Fking snakey cnt not even a member for a minute!
People like you hunting on forum for work says a lot about your business

I wish I was prb approved with an m-etc…must be magical..lol
Bet they all own a k4,these prb pro ,(Ryan knows they do lol)…little jaunts to france..(wife’s a page 3 model,and kids are academically blessed,…don’t write with there feet or look like they’ve been fed with a catapult!!




write the theme tune,sing the theme tune!!
If only if I was prb pro!!!

dreamy!!
 

MakeItSmooth

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We are looking for a recommendation for a proffessional plasterer to apply render to our 1872 cottage in Herts Elstree & Borehamwood View attachment 63338

Philistine.... :endesacuerdo:

Why buy a period property if you're not able to respect it as a period property?

Whoever built that must be turning in their grave at the prospect of you slapping render all over it.

Hey, while you're at it, why not get some of it stone-cladded, too?

stone cladding.jpg
 

Monkey Boy

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Or render it, rip out all the windows and put grey frames in then cover the southern roofs with solar panels
 

PRB_Ryan

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I wish I was prb approved with an m-etc…must be magical..lol
Bet they all own a k4,these prb pro ,(Ryan knows they do lol)…little jaunts to france..(wife’s a page 3 model,and kids are academically blessed,…don’t write with there feet or look like they’ve been fed with a catapult!!




write the theme tune,sing the theme tune!!
If only if I was prb pro!!!

dreamy!!
You would be very surprised at our PRO Contractor network. It may also be worth having a look into it.
Despite what many may think, PRB has zero affiliation to any particular machine brand. Funnily enough, Majority of the contractors on our France trip owned a different brand to the ones you mentioned.

If you would like more information on our materials, stockists and how to become a PRO Contractor - I would be happy to discuss it with you
 
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Bigstevehammer

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You would be very surprised at our PRO Contractor network. It may also be worth having a look into it.
Despite what many may think, PRB has zero affiliation to any particular machine brand. Funnily enough, Majority of the contractors on our France trip owned a different brand to the ones you mentioned.

If you would like more information on our materials, stockists and how to become a PRO Contractor - I would be happy to discuss it with you
I also beg to differ,I know a few on that trip who purchased said k4s….it’s not what ya know..it’s who ya know ;)

out of curiosty…how much is a new k4??
And be honest you cheeky little devil you…are they on you pro list…your such a little minx
 

PRB_Ryan

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I also beg to differ,I know a few on that trip who purchased said k4s….it’s not what ya know..it’s who ya know ;)
From 7 on that trip, at the time, none of them owned a K4. For a price on a K4, you’ll need to contact P1 directly.

Steve, I’m not here to argue etc, but PRB does not have any affiliation with any machine brand and it never will. Our focus is on materials.
 

Bigstevehammer

Active Member
From 7 on that trip, at the time, none of them owned a K4. For a price on a K4, you’ll need to contact P1 directly.

Steve, I’m not here to argue etc, but PRB does not have any affiliation with any machine brand and it never will. Our focus is on materials.
I’m not arguing..just asking,as it’s a sales thing,I’m not interested in a k4,..but just curious..

enquiring minds and all that
Love that I have to go to your shop,to buy one of your machines,it’s only a number mate??…when the figure is right on the top of your tongue lol..

be lucky Ryan
 

Bigstevehammer

Active Member
£70,000

all we needed to know,I’m not interested in a machine,or prb…so can I be a prb pro..if I did a day course and you’d put me forward??
 

PRB_Ryan

Member
£70,000

all we needed to know,I’m not interested in a machine,or prb…so can I be a prb pro..if I did a day course and you’d put me forward??
Regarding the PRO Contractor scheme, we don’t just give these out.
There is a certain criteria which needs to be met. Including projects using PRB being completed in line with our specification and being signed off by our Technical dept, as a completed project.

If this is of interest, I can forward your contact details to our Technical Manager, Steve Keitley. He will then be able to provide you with all the relevant information and requirements.
 

Bigstevehammer

Active Member
Thanks for clearing that up,got all I needed mate…all the best

is the criteria of the seven…dodgy number,who want to even it up any takers
 

worthwords

Active Member
We are looking for a recommendation for a proffessional plasterer to apply render to our 1872 cottage in Herts Elstree & Borehamwood View attachment 63338
That building looks in great condition perfectly in tune with its surroundings. Good overhangs for weather protection too. It looks as if the anex closest to the camera is a more recent addition?
Would be a very sad day to cover it or Flat characterless EWI.
 
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