Liverpool Plasterers

Liverpool Plasterers

We offer plastering services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in the Liverpool.

Liverpool Plasterers

Liverpool Plasterers is a professional plastering company that offers plastering services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in the Liverpool area. We have decades of experience plastering properties, from small homes to large office buildings throughout the city. Our plasterers are skilled professionals who offer high-quality workmanship at competitive prices.

We use traditional lime rendering, polymer rendering, and K-rendering for our plastering jobs. With each technique, we use different types of plaster, such as cement rendering, spray rendering, or machine plastering for an even smoother finish than lime plaster, which is what most people refer to when they think of “plaster”.

Who Are We

For decades now, we have been providing top-notch plastering services to homeowners and businesses in the city. We know how to plaster, we understand your needs, and that is why our company can provide you with an exceptional plastering service for all of your plastering needs.

Our vision and mission

We have been passionate about plaster artistry for more than three decades now, so our team will work hard to meet any challenges that arise during each project, no matter what size or shape they may be. We strive to maintain excellent quality while working promptly.

Why should you choose us?

We are plastering experts, so we will be able to provide you with plaster treatments that best fit your needs and budget while still providing quality workmanship. We have been plastering for many years now, which means our team knows what they’re doing and can get the job done right the first time around!

Services we offer

Rendering

This is a process where the plaster is applied to a surface. It’s used for many different applications, such as walls and ceilings.

Acrylic rendering

We use acrylic plaster to achieve the desired look of your choice without adding weight to the wall or ceiling.

Traditional lime rendering

This involves dipping straw into wet plaster before applying it onto the wall, creating a high-quality finish that brings out the natural beauty of any given space we are working on.

K-rendering

Our team will create an excellent replica of limestone with this process by combining cement plaster and crushed stone dust, then finishing off with one coat of water-based coating, which allows us plenty of time to complete all the work required.

Polymer rendering

This is a plaster-based surface that has been reinforced with polymer fibers to create an ultra-strong, durable, and hard-wearing finish.

Lime rendering

This process involves plastering over the structure you have created using lime-based materials.

Cement rendering

Using cement plaster, which provides excellent durability and good insulation properties.

Spray rendering

We will apply two layers of plaster onto your walls before applying them on top of each other in order to achieve the desired look or texture. This saves us time but still produces high-quality results, as well as reducing any mess caused by hand application.

Plastering

This is one of our most popular services because it gives our customers’ properties a fresh new appearance whilst being cost-effective. Plastering involves plastering over the structure you have created using lime-based materials such as plaster, Portland cement, or gypsum plaster.

Dry lining

Dry lining is a type of wall decoration that can be applied to any interior surface and it’s used for taping out rooms so installers know where they should put walls and ceilings before applying wet plaster on top. We offer dry lining services to reduce the mess caused by hand application.

Marble plastering

Marble plasters are made from marble powder mixed with water, which creates an extremely strong adhesive paste. These types of plasters were commonly found in public spaces like churches, but these days we rarely see them being used because people prefer not to plaster with plaster.

Italian plastering

Italian plastering is a type of plaster that’s applied wet to the surface and then it dries in place. It was originally used for its water-resistant properties, but these days people are using them because they’re more durable than other types of plaster.

Special effects plastering

Special effects plastering is a plaster that’s used to create different types of textures on walls. This type of plaster was originally designed for theatres, cinemas, and TV studios.

Diaphanous plastering

Diaphanous plastering is a plaster material that’s applied as a liquid and then it dries to give the appearance of gauze.

Polymer plastering

Polyurethane plaster or polymer plaster, also called Polyfilla, is mixed with water before being poured onto surfaces like walls for decoration.

Fibrous plastering

Fibrous plastering is plaster that’s made with a mixture of sand, cement, and paper.

Heritage plastering

Heritage plastering is plaster that’s applied to the surface of a stone using traditional methods.

Machine plastering

Machine plastering is plaster that’s applied mechanically with tools such as trowels or floats instead of traditionally by hand.

Polished plastering

Polished plaster refers to textured plaster where sand has been added before application to create an attractive finish on the wall.

Solid plastering

Solid plastering is plaster that’s applied with no gaps and smoothed as it sets.

Tadelakt plastering

Tadelakt plaster is plaster applied to the surface of a stone using traditional methods.

Venetian plastering

Venetian plaster refers to textured plaster where sand has been added before application in order to create an attractive finish on the wall.

Kitchen plastering

This is plaster that’s applied to the surface of a wall and smoothed as it sets.

Lime plastering

This is plaster that’s applied onto a wall with no gaps and smoothed as it sets.

Living room plastering

This is for your living rooms to get that professional plastering touch.

Bathroom and spa plastering

This is plaster that’s applied to the surface of a wall and smoothed as it sets.

Heat-proof plastering

This plaster is used to cover the interior of an oven or other hot surfaces.

Texture plastering

This plaster gives you the appearance of stone, brick, or concrete. The surface has many pieces and a varied depth that’s obtained by using different textures with plastering tools before it dries.

Other services

Skimming

This is a process of creating a smooth wall surface using plaster.

Screeding

This is the process of leveling plaster to a uniform thickness before plastering with another material such as screed.

Wall boarding

Wall boarding is a process that involves plastering a wall to plasterboard with plaster.

Plaster repair

This service includes patching holes in walls, ceilings, and floors; filling cracks; repairing damaged cornices and skirting boards.

Metal plating

Using plaster to coat surfaces such as metal doors for protection against corrosion from moisture or air pollutants

Scratch-resistant plaster coating

Our professional team will apply onto your tiled floor an acrylic spray that provides extra scratch resistance when walking around on bare feet.

Thin coat system plastering

Plaster coating applied over a layer of insulation such as polystyrene. This system is often used to protect plaster walls from the effects of sun damage.

External wall insulation

Here, we use plaster to fill in the gaps between the plasterboard and the plaster.

Silicone plaster coating

This form of plaster protects objects from corrosion caused by water vapor condensation on metal surfaces. It’s also possible to use silicone plasters on marble sculptures, paintings, furniture, etc. These products make it easier for artworks and furnishings to be moved around without damage occurring.

Damp work plaster

Plaster that is used to cover or provide a smooth finish on wet surfaces, such as concrete.

Internal wall insulation

This plastering application can be done either by pouring plaster over the studs and then filling in any gaps with plasterboard or by using plasterboard directly.

Plaster cornice

This type of plaster decoration is built into the shape of an old-fashioned window frame (ornament) at the end of a piece of furniture or along one side. It’s also possible to use it for other decorative shapes, like hearts, stars, etc. The plaster pieces are usually cut out from sheets and fixed together with adhesive.

Drywall finishing

After installing drywall panels onto walls inside your house, you need to seal the seams between the panels and plaster the surfaces. You can choose to install drywall by yourself or hire a professional to do it.

Frequently Asked Questions

We want to help you out, so we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions for you to be informed about the answers. You can go through them and get your queries answered if anything comes up!

We want to help you make your project as perfect and problem-free as possible! Reach out if there are any questions or issues that need addressing.

Do I need to hire a plasterer? If yes, who needs to be hired for plasterwork in the house/flat?

The answer is that it depends on what kind of plaster job you want to do. For interior decoration purposes or if your property has been internally refurbished, most people choose to contract out their plaster finishing work because they often don’t have the expertise necessary for such a specialist task. We can undertake all aspects from start to finish-including demolition, floor preparation, and skim coating were required before we commence with our plastering service. It’s really essential though, that when you are plastering a property, you have the plaster levels checked before the plasterboard is installed. This can be done using either water-based or solvent-based materials (depending on what type of plaster is being used).

How can I prepare for plasterwork?

It’s important to start preparing well in advance of plastering, as some preparation is needed. This includes making sure that any furniture or fixtures are removed from the room, removing old wallpaper, and securing items such as pictures, light fittings, etc. with masking tape – removing them once plastering has been completed. When plasterboard is being installed, it’s also necessary to fill all holes or cracks by either cutting a hole into the new lining board so that they’re level with the wall, then filling them with putty; alternatively, use ‘popcorn’ style filler, which works well where there are many small gaps (but it can’t be used around plasterboard edges and it’s difficult to remove afterward)

Will my wallpaper be removed before you plaster the walls?

This depends on the plastering service required and will be discussed during our initial consultation.

Can you skim over artex?

No, plastering over artex will not work and can cause serious damage to your ceiling.

I have a hole in my ceiling that is artexed. Is it possible to patch it up?

Yes, professional Aertexers are able to plaster over Artex ceilings, but this will not be the same as plastering a ceiling that has never been done up.

You can also use plasterboard and dry lining-which is a lot cheaper than plaster if you’re only looking for cosmetic changes in your room.

How long will plastering my room take?

This depends on the plastering service required and how much plaster is needed. For a small room with minimal plasterwork, it’s possible to plaster in one day, but this is not always achievable for larger rooms or if there are many different textures of plaster covering the walls.

What do you mean by 'plasterboard'?

It’s very similar to plaster itself, but it has larger bits of material in it – these are called aggregates (or sometimes ‘rock wool’) because they have little pieces of rock or other materials mixed into them-so when wet plaster goes onto plastered walls with an aggregate content, then there is less need for smoothing out afterward as all the extra bumps make it easy to get rid of.

What happens if the plaster job isn't finished on time?

We work hard for all our clients and will get plastering done on your house or commercial property as quickly as possible, but sometimes it can take more than one day depending on the size of the area that needs plastering.

How much do your services cost?

There is no fixed cost as plastering jobs are different – and we always provide an initial free quotation so you know what costs to expect.

Is there anything I have to do before painting my newly plastered area?

Yes! It’s vital that you leave the plastering to dry before painting or any other DIY activities.

How long before my newly plastered wall or ceiling can be painted?

Once plastering has been completed, the plaster should be left to dry for at least 28 days before it can be painted.

Are you going to create a mess at my house while working?

No! We take care of plastering with a professional approach, which means that any mess will be minimal.