What to expect from our plaster patch repair service
Our plaster patch repair service is the perfect solution when you are dealing with plasterboard that has seen better days. Perhaps the wall was damaged when you moved some furniture around. Or perhaps you had a wall light fixture removed, and there is a hole in the wall. Or you are a tenant who wants to make sure that they will get their security deposit back.
In all cases, you can rest assured that we can easily path and repair the plasterboard at your property, making sure that there are no visible traces of damage. We can repair ceiling and wall cracks and holes. And, of course, we can handle more extensive projects, replastering an entire property if necessary. Here is how the specialists carry out the service on-site.
Preparation (Protect and Inspect) – Before starting, we lay down a sturdy plastic sheet on the ground. This acts as a protective barrier, ensuring your flooring remains unscathed throughout the plastering process. We then move on to a meticulous inspection of the damage. Understanding the scope and extent of the damage is essential to determine the best course of repair. During this process, we also carry out a thorough check for hidden wires.
Repair (Patch and Fill) – The seasoned handymen plasterers get to work with specialised patches designed to cover the damaged area perfectly. Each patch is carefully chosen to ensure it aligns with the existing wall surface, facilitating a seamless repair. Once the patch is applied, a high-quality filler material is used to reinforce the repair. This filler also works to create an even surface across the repair site.
Finishing (Blend and Polish) – The final step in our plastering service is the finish. This is where the magic happens. Once the filler material is completely dry, we use fine-grit sandpaper to smooth out any slight discrepancies, ensuring the repaired area blends seamlessly with the rest of the wall. The wall is left for about 24 hours to set and harden fully. After this period, it's ready for a fresh coat of paint, effectively concluding the repair process.