Hi,my name is Daniel Lee the owner of Leedec services ltd a professional decorating and plastering contractor.
We work around you for your convenience, weekends,holidays even evenings and nights,we always produce high spec work and conduct ourselves in the professional manner you expect from a high end contractor.
For all your deco,plastering and general building needs we are definitely the first and the last people you need to contact.
Many thanks Daniel Lee.
I have gone from apprentice level to site management to director I know what I want,what the client wants how to deliver the finest of works,on time,on budget and the highest of standards,That's a promise from Leedec services ltd to you.
Nvq's level 3 and 2 qualifications in plastering
Painting and decorating.
Nvq level 3 senior site supervisor.
Sssts(senior site supervisor)
Construction knowledge level 2
First aid at work.
Full Liability insurance.
Smsts management(site management qualified and experienced.)
QCF in decrotive finishes.
Member of the Painters and decorators association,this is a prestige group of skilled proven proffesional tradesmen and only the best get invited.
All the Above shows the commitment I achive for both myself and the company and have over 18 qualifications at 35 years old and into another successful calender year of trading of bespoke work and tradesmenship.
If your renting a house the cheapest paint is just flat matt,but if you want it to last then vinal matt is far more durable
You must sand back and de-nibbin,polyfiller is only good for shallow holes a any deep holes need to be built out with a less flexabile filler any,if it was papperd every single bit must be off.and you must then asses what was under the wall paper,it could be silk,matt,eggshell various types and how porus the walls are there are numerous types of primers from alkaline resistant primer to the zinnser brands i would have to see the wall otherwise it could be wrong information and leedec don't give out wrong information
Yes you must use a long pile roller and it will take a few coats as the artex can suck it back
You wouldn't need to as if you tape and joint it,using papperd or scrim tape,3 applications of filler and then a good sand back followed by a mist coat
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