Jmc Property Services

Location: Barnard Castle, Durham
Member Since: 21st Sep 2016

Trades:

  • Fencing Specialists
  • Handyman

About Us:

JMC property service LTD 15 years experience within building industry

Specialise in the following
Roofing
General building work
Plastering
Damp proofing
We also can help with full building and renovation projects

Free quotations
All work fully insured via AXA insurance

History:

Started in 2005 as sole trader
Gradually built up portfolio and now have a team of six experienced skilled workers
We cover all aspects of the building trade
We are happy to offer advice and information

We cover the following

Roofing
General building work
Brick work
Stone work
Conversions
Plastering
Damp proofing
Pointing
Extensions
Electric?s
Plumbing
All general building work

Other:

Time served
Member of federation of master builders

Feedback:

2 reviews, 100% Positive
cut out area of worktop (Handyman)

“At last I've found a reliable tradesman!...He replied to my e-mail, rang when he said he would...came when he said he would ...and completed what was a small but essential alteration to a worktop at a very reasonable price. A lovely man genuinely interested in providing the customer with an excellent service...Highly recommended . ”
Place anti-climb measure on top of fence (Fencing)

“From the moment that I met him, his professionalism yet warmth was evident. He provided a very competitive price which resulted in him doing the job. He was easy to contact and once I had sourced the materials, he was there the same day to complete the work. He also had a very friendly assistant/team member and they both provided the highest quality of work with some honor of course. It was a delightful experience to have them around and they are surely on the top of my list for future work!”

Answers:

Hi
plans and permission would be best
it would be better for a builder to know if it's on full planning or under a building notice
regards
I would say no
you may need gallow brackets
You should always remove the paper. the plaster will not take at all.
also did the builder bond the walls first before plastering.
or was it on new boards ?
It sounds like the plasterer had not brushed the edges in.
try filling the holes with a filler and then sand them down
you should be ok then
if painting the walls make sure your first coat of paint is watered down also
Wallpaper applied over this paint will eventually peel off. if you suspect that the paint on your walls is calcimine or casein, try washing it with soap and water. ... you can also use a special glue size called wallpaper primer/sealer to prime the walls.
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