Hi my name is jason & i have over 25 years experiance in all aspects of property maintanance. I undertake full or part renovations. plastering, drylinning, bathrooms, kitchens, electrics, plumbing, painting and decorating the work i carry out is to a very high standard,i pride myself on being polite, clean, and reliable we are a family run business with competative price's. No job to small, No distance to far.
Ive bin a builder for 25 years working as a sub contractor and the privte section.undertaking small building jobs upto large renovations of private property's and commercial.
Any small cracks in plaster you should tap around the area in question,if the plaster sounds like its come away from the wall it will need removing and plastering,if this is not the case at both ends of the crack drill a hole both ends of the crack,this will stop the crack from traveling any further.then v the crack out with a stanley nife then fill the gap.
Hello,i'll answer your first question what is the best extractor for your bathroom,as long as its rated for a bathroom and you purchase it from a repuatable company and it as the british kite mark it would be fine,however if you intend fitting one inside a shower cubicle it will need to be rated for a shower cubicle.as far as the pipe is concerned i would try to get access to an external wall to vent warm air outside your property,try lifting floor boards up to see if you can get access,so the vent pipe can be laid inbetween the bathroom ceiling and floor boards.i hope this helps.
It sounds like you are over loading the roller try putting less onto your roller and try and get the paint even all over the roller head.hope this helps.