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Providing plastering services to the South East.

Plastering Services

Plastering can help create a smoother and more even surface on interior walls, giving them an attractive finish without the need for painting or other treatments.

At JKB Plastering, our team of experienced plasterers can offer you a range of services to suit your needs including:

  • Skimming / Re-skimming
  • Solid two coat plastering (float and set)
  • Plasterboarding and dry lining
  • Plaster repairs
  • Coving, cornice and ceiling roses

We understand that your project may not fit into any of the above services, or you may not know which service you need so we’re more than happy to have a chat over the phone with you to discuss what you want to do so we can provide the right service for you, in most cases we’ll also be able to provide you with a quote over the phone if you know the room measurements.

Your satisfaction is our priority, so get in touch today and let us show you why we’ve become one of the leading plastering services providers in Surrey and Hampshire. We look forward to hearing from you!

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    Plastering FAQs

    We get asked a lot of questions when quoting for a job, and we try to remember them so we can update the website to make it easier for you to know what’s involved:

    Plastering and rendering are similar processes involving the application of a mixture to a wall, but they differ in the materials used and the surfaces they cover:

    • Plastering refers to the process of applying plaster to internal walls and ceilings, creating a smooth finish for decoration.
    • Rendering involves applying a mixture (often cement, sand, and lime) to external walls to protect the brickwork and provide weather resistance. Rendering can be left with a textured finish or smoothed for a more polished appearance.

    The drying time of plaster depends on various factors such as the type of plaster used, room temperature, humidity, and the thickness of the application. Generally, gypsum-based plaster can take around 1 to 3 days to dry, while lime-based plaster may take longer, up to several weeks. It’s essential to allow the plaster to dry fully before painting or applying any finishes.