Would anyone quote for float and set over dabbing? This is on an old Victorian property, the walls are fcked and will take an age floating them out personally I wouldn't like to do it on a price:RpS_angry:
Qoute both explain why the diff for each method
5" difference from one end of the wall to another etc etc...
If it's that far out why would D&D work out cheaper? It's not like you're going to pack the boards right out on thick dabs are you, as you'll obviously know that's not good practice.
What about dabbing on strips of boards that have been dabbed?
Thats not the only reason I want to dab it, some of the bricks have been put in top end out for some reason so it's seriously undulating..
for work like this where they don't want to pay for anything the easiest/cheapest option is king surely..
or do you men give clients everything they want :RpS_wink: