Alm Plastering

Location: Stockton-on-Tees, Durham
Member Since: 18th Aug 2023

About Us:

My name is Anthony and I run A.L.M Plastering, I’m a reliable, time served plaster with 10+ years experience and a whole backlog of happy customers,


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I’d say it it sound like it’s been put on too thick and not blended out in a gradual decree in thickness this creating a mound, i always try and talk people into skimming the full area if it’s in there budget as it’s always a guaranteed perfect finish or i take the skim from the skirting line to above the damaged area then there is only one consistent blend line all round rather than 2, i’d try and scrape it off and get someone a bit more conciensous to do it again for you, maybe call the original guy as it may have just been a bad day at the office and he may correct it for you
I always use a stanley knife and score out the cracks to open them up a bit more in v sort of shape as small cracks the filler can’t tend to cling to anything, then give them a coat of easy fill, overfilling the area, then once dry sand back to flush and once painted it will be lovely, stay away from using caulk so fill wall cracks as it can’t be sanded to a nice finish and silicone products can’t be overpainted

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