Due to a leak from above the ceiling in a house I am considering buying has fallen in. Which type of tradesmen should I contact? I am thinking a plasterer - but not sure. Indications of cost would also be useful.
A Plasterer or carpenter can fix this problem the cost can be any where from 100 pounds to 500 pounds depending on the amount of damage and the size of the damage.
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A plasterer company can fit the plasterboard and plaster for you. Price is dependent of size of room and difficulty.
Pricese very .
Leaks are usually caused by roofing leaks identifying them is key to stopping future ceiling problems once they have been repaired. getting a qualified roofer to identify the work and then having another one of our team members fix the issue you can be rest assured that leak will not return.
Yes a plasterer is wot u need and cost depends on size and how much damage
Your project would require a dry-liner, plaster, painter and decorator.
Prices depends on room size.
the right builder for this work will be a general builder who does both work it will cost you less
plasterer yes price depends on ceiling size
Depending on how bad the water damage is, it would require re plaster boarding and skimming. A plasterer can provide this service.
hi, a joiner would be your first contact to asses wither the joist are damaged with the water then it would be re sheeting the area.
A plasterer is able to sort that for you.
You will need a plasterer. Depending on the size of the damage and how much needs to be replaced taking into account rubbish needing to be removed will effect the cost, usually these repairs take a day. Costing anywhere between 250 to 400 pounds
A professional Plasterer can fix this problem the cost will be depending on the amount of damage and the size of the damage.
A plasterer should be able to help you repair the ceiling. Make sure the leak is fixed first but a plaster should be able to remove all damaged area (entire ceiling if needed) then re fix new plasterboard and plaster to a nice finish. Cost really depends on size of work needing to be done.
Hi you should contact a joiner then a plaster.
First of all you need to asses if the woodwork is sound i.e the beams e.t.c if the celing has totaly collapsed due to you will be adding alot of work with the new plasterboards for the plasterer to plaster
You first need to fix the leak then a plasterer could price up the work depending on the ceiling size and the amount of materials.
YOU NEED TO FIX LEAK THE CALL FOR PLASTERER
If it's a ceiling your first choice is a plasterer . And they can advice you on your option and cost