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PLASTERER BUXTON, DERBYSHIRE

Why Choose Buxton Plastering?

As a local plastering company serving customers in Buxton and the surrounding areas of Derbyshire, we take great pride in ensuring that we offer a standard of workmanship that will exceed your expectations. We always ensure that we are offering the following:

  • First-class workmanship
  • Honest and transparent advice
  • Competitive pricing on a like-for-like basis
  • Free quotations

From a minor plastering repair to a whole new build housing estate requiring boarding and skimming, we are here to help! Please check out below to see all of the services we offer and how we can help you, and please do not hesitate to get in contact anytime to schedule your FREE site survey. 

Why Choose Buxton plastering?

As a local plastering company serving customers in Buxton and the surrounding areas of Derbyshire, we take great pride in ensuring that we offer a standard of workmanship that will exceed your expectations. We always ensure that we are offering the following:

  • First-class workmanship
  • Honest and transparent advice
  • Competitive pricing on a like-for-like basis
  • Free quotations

From a minor plastering repair to a whole new build housing estate requiring boarding and skimming, we are here to help! Please check out below to see all of the services we offer and how we can help you, and please do not hesitate to get in contact anytime to schedule your FREE site survey. 

Our Plastering Services in Buxton

We can handle all of your plastering requirements, no job is too large or small for us to undertake, and we always ensure the highest level of workmanship from operatives with decades of combined experience. Check out our services below and see how we can help you.

Best Plasterer Derbyshire, contact us any time 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a landing that has been re-plastered. The walls and ceilings were plastered.
This is a photo of a bedroom that has been re-plastered. The walls and ceilings have all been skimmed and are ready now for decorating
This is a photo of a hallway that has been re-plastered. The walls and ceilings were plastered, and are drying.

Domestic Plastering

If you need a company that can take care of your domestic plastering, then we can help. At Buxton Plastering, our operatives have decades of experience and know how to get the job done quickly and efficiently.

Residential plastering is a crucial part of home improvement. It is the final finished surface of the walls prior to paint, so ensuring it is completed with the highest degree of accuracy and care is paramount.

Our residential plastering services offer numerous benefits. Here are just some:

Aesthetics:
This is the most obvious benefit. When your walls and ceilings have been skimmed, the evident visual enhancement ensures that your home is transformed. Whether you opt for a smooth finish or even a more rustic finish to blend in with the surroundings, there is no doubt that quality plastering will transform the look of your home.

Durability:
When plastering is properly carried out, it creates a durable and long-lasting finish that will withstand years of use. It is essential that the surface that is being plastered is properly prepared to ensure that the plaster properly adheres to it. With decades of combined experience, our operatives will ensure that your freshly plastered walls and ceilings are finished to the highest standard and will last for years to come.

Property Value:
There is no doubt that quality plastering can increase the value and appeal of your home. Our professional plastering services will enhance any property, and we always ensure that our attention to the finer details means your walls and ceilings are left looking stunning.

As domestic plasterers, we have dealt with all scenarios and can handle projects of all sizes; feel free to get in contact, schedule your free site survey, and see why we are becoming known as the best plasterers in Buxton and the surrounding areas of Derbyshire.

Whatever your residential plastering requirements are; we’d love to hear from you 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a door in a hallway that is just about to be removed, boarded up and plastered
This is a photo of a doorway in a hallway that has had studwork fitted to to block up the doorway.
This is a photo of a landing where a doorway has been blocked up and the wall plastered

Commercial Plastering

Do you need a commercial plasterer in Buxton and the surrounding areas? If so, we can help. Whether you are refurbishing an office block, a commercial unit, or even constructing a new industrial unit, we have the necessary skills to ensure that your commercial plastering requirements are dealt with swiftly.

What is commercial plastering?

Commercial plastering can be anything from a simple repair of a damaged section of plasterboard to a complete fit-out. It can involve re-skimming walls, plasterboard replacement, and also taking care of any dry lining needs that you may have.

Reasons for Commercial Plastering:

Professional plastering can be required for a multitude of reasons. Maybe you are refurbishing your commercial space and want to transform your outdated or worn-out walls and ceilings, giving your business a fresh and modern appearance. Plastering also provides the opportunity to correct any imperfections, such as cracks or uneven surfaces, ensuring a flawless finish.

Another consideration is enhancing the functionality and efficiency of your building. Our drylining and acoustic plastering techniques can enhance the insulation and soundproofing properties, creating a more comfortable and productive environment and potentially creating a more energy-efficient building, leading to reduced energy costs.

Benefits of commercial plastering:

Professional Appearance: High-quality commercial plastering elevates the visual appeal of your business space, making it more attractive to customers and clients. It creates a clean, well-maintained, professional environment that instils confidence in your brand and enhances the overall customer experience.

Durability and Longevity: Professional plastering ensures your commercial space has durable and long-lasting surfaces. Expert plasterers use quality materials and techniques that withstand the demands of a busy business environment, reducing the need for frequent repairs and maintenance. This longevity saves time and money in the long run.

Customisation and Versatility: Commercial plastering offers a wide range of finishes, textures, and designs to suit your business’s unique requirements. Professional plastering can deliver a unique finish. Whether you’re aiming for a minimalist, industrial look or a luxurious, upscale ambience.

Regulatory Compliance: Commercial plastering can also be crucial in meeting regulatory standards in certain industries, such as healthcare or food services. Plastering can ensure hygienic environments by preventing mould growth and providing easy-to-clean surfaces that meet health and safety requirements.

Finding a reliable plasterer can be difficult, but when choosing Buxton Plastering, you can be confident that you are in safe hands. Upon contacting us, we’ll take some details of your requirements and the scope of works necessary, and we’ll then schedule a free site survey to look at the available options and ensure that your commercial plastering requirements are effectively taken care of.

If you need Commercial Plastering we can help, please feel free to call us any time: 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a commercial building with a plastered wall

Plastering For Housing Developments & New Build Properties

Whether you are carrying out an individual new build development, or you are a housing developer or building contractor looking for a reliable plasterer who can take care of all your plastering needs, you can be sure that Buxton Plastering can help.

We understand that with new build properties, it is essential that works are completed on time to ensure that other trades are not held up, and with our ‘can-do’ approach, you can be confident that we’ll be able to deliver. Our operatives are highly skilled, organised, and able to offer unparalleled service in Buxton and the surroundings of Derbyshire.

The Importance of Plastering in New Build Properties and Housing Developments:

Plastering is necessary to achieve a final finished surface in new build properties and housing developments. It helps to eliminate imperfections, joint lines, and irregularities, providing a clean and consistent canvas for further decoration. By meticulously applying plaster, we’ll create an immaculate finish that gives you a comfortable and inviting living space.

Plastering serves as a protective layer for the underlying construction materials. It shields walls and ceilings from potential damage caused by moisture, impacts, and general wear and tear. By providing a robust and long-lasting finish, plastering ensures the properties can withstand the test of time, minimising the need for frequent repairs and maintenance.

Plastering can contribute to the acoustic and thermal insulation properties of new builds and housing developments. Through techniques such as dry lining or the use of specialised acoustic plasterboard, soundproofing between rooms can be enhanced, reducing noise transmission and ensuring a quieter and more comfortable living environment. Additionally, plastering helps improve thermal insulation, leading to energy efficiency and reduced heating costs for homeowners.

Benefits of Plastering in New Build Properties and Housing Developments:

Professionally plastered walls and ceilings enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of new build properties and housing developments. A smooth and flawless finish conveys a sense of quality and craftsmanship, making the properties more visually appealing to potential buyers.

Plastering also offers a range of customisation options to suit the design preferences of homeowners. Different textures, finishes, and decorative elements can be incorporated to achieve the desired look, whether traditional, contemporary, or unique. This versatility ensures that the properties can cater to various architectural designs and meet potential buyers’ diverse needs and preferences.

Well-executed plastering also significantly adds value to new build properties and housing developments. The high-quality finish appeals to buyers who seek move-in-ready homes requiring minimal modifications. 

Whatever your new build plastering needs are, please don’t hesitate to contact us and discuss how we can help you. Our surveys are free, and we always offer good, honest advice to meet your needs.

If you need Plastering Services for a new build project or a housing development then we’d be happy to provide a quotation. Call us now on 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a new build property that is having plasterboard installed onto the stud walls.

Plasterboard Installation

When considering plasterboard installation, various options are available, including installing on stud work or using a dot and dab method. Additionally, different types of plasterboard, such as regular and foil-backed, offer specific benefits for different applications. Which are outlined below.

Installing on Studwork:

Installing plasterboard on stud work involves affixing the boards directly to wooden or metal studs, creating a stable framework for the wall or ceiling. This method offers several benefits:

  • Structural Support: Studwork provides a solid and sturdy structure, ensuring the plasterboard is securely mounted and can withstand the weight and any additional loads applied to the surface.
  • Flexibility and Customisation: Studwork allows for flexibility in wall or ceiling design, as it provides the opportunity to create openings for doors, windows, and electrical fixtures.
  • Soundproofing: The cavity between the plasterboard and stud work can be filled with insulation material, improving acoustic insulation by reducing noise transmission between rooms.

Dot and Dab Method:

The dot and dab method involves applying adhesive dots (dabs) to the back of the plasterboard and then affixing it directly to the wall. This technique offers several advantages:

  • Rapid Installation: Dot and dab is a fast and efficient method, as the adhesive eliminates the need for nailing or screwing the boards into place, reducing installation time.
  • Improved Thermal Insulation: The air gap created between the plasterboard and the wall allows for better thermal insulation, reducing heat loss and improving energy efficiency.
  • Minimal surface Preparation: The dot and dab method can be applied to uneven surfaces or walls with existing imperfections, as the adhesive helps to bridge small gaps and irregularities.

Regular Plasterboard:

Regular plasterboard is the most commonly used type of plasterboard. It consists of a gypsum core encased in a paper liner. Key benefits of regular plasterboard include:

  • Versatility: Regular plasterboard is suitable for a wide range of applications, including walls and ceilings in residential and commercial settings.
  • Ease of Installation: It is easy to cut, shape, and install, making it convenient for various project requirements.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: It is generally more affordable than specialised options, making it a budget-friendly choice for many construction projects.

Foil-Backed Plasterboard:

Foil-backed plasterboard features a layer of foil adhered to the back of the board. This type of plasterboard offers additional benefits:

  • Moisture Resistance: The foil backing acts as a vapour barrier, providing enhanced moisture resistance and making it suitable for use in areas prone to high humidity, such as bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Improved Thermal Performance: Foil backed plasterboard enhances thermal insulation, reducing heat loss and enhancing energy efficiency.
  • Reflective Properties: The foil also reflects heat back into the room, helping to maintain a comfortable temperature and potentially reducing heating costs.

Plasterboard installation offers a range of options to suit different project requirements. Whether installed on stud work or using the dot-and-dab method, plasterboard provides versatility, durability, and ease of installation. Regular plasterboard is a cost-effective and versatile choice, while foil-backed plasterboard offers enhanced moisture resistance and thermal performance. We are always on hand to help you make the right decision when it comes to choosing the most appropriate plasterboard for your property. Don’t hesitate to contact us and schedule your Free site survey.

Do you require plasterboard installation? We’re here to help 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a bedroom which has just had new plasterboard installed.
This is a photo of a bedroom which has just had new plaster applied over new plasterboard

Dry Lining & Skimming

Drylining and skimming are two popular techniques used in the plastering industry to achieve smooth and flawless finishes on walls and ceilings. These methods offer efficient and cost-effective solutions for enhancing the appearance and functionality of interior surfaces. At Buxton Plastering, we specialise in dry lining and skimming, utilising expert techniques to create beautiful and durable results.

Drylining:

Drylining, also known as drywall installation or plasterboard fixing, involves attaching plasterboard directly to the walls or ceilings, creating a smooth and solid surface. This technique offers several advantages:

Preparation: Before the drylining process begins, any necessary wall or ceiling preparation is carried out, including installing insulation or vapour barriers. This ensures improved energy efficiency and minimises the risk of condensation or moisture-related issues.

Fixing Plasterboard: The plasterboard sheets are cut to size and fixed to the walls or ceilings using screws or adhesive, creating a robust and stable substrate. Special care is taken to ensure proper alignment and a level finish.

Taping and Jointing: Once the plasterboard is in place, joints between the boards are taped using self-adhesive jointing tape. A thin layer of jointing compound or filler is then applied over the tape to create a smooth and seamless surface. This process involves several layers of compound, each carefully smoothed and sanded until a flawless finish is achieved.

Skimming:

Skimming is a technique used to create a smooth and flawless surface on existing walls or ceilings, typically after removing old wallpaper or refreshing a previously textured surface. Skimming offers several benefits:

Preparation: Before skimming, the walls or ceilings are prepared by ensuring they are clean, free from loose paint or wallpaper, and any necessary repairs are made.

Applying a Base Coat: A base coat of multi-purpose jointing compound is applied to the surface using a trowel or hawk and float. This base coat helps to level any uneven areas and provides a solid foundation for the final skim coat.

Skim Coat Application: The final skim coat is applied using a steel trowel, spreading a thin layer of finishing plaster evenly over the entire surface. As skilled plasterers we work quickly and efficiently to achieve a smooth and seamless finish, using techniques such as feathering and trowel movements to eliminate any lines or imperfections.

Finishing and Polishing: Once the skim coat is applied, it is left to dry before being polished to a smooth and even finish. The surface may require light sanding to achieve the desired texture and ensure a flawless result.

Drylining and skimming are two popular techniques used to achieve smooth and flawless finishes on walls and ceilings. Drylining involves fixing plasterboard directly to the surfaces, providing a solid and stable foundation. Skimming, on the other hand, is used to create a smooth surface on existing walls or ceilings. At Buxton Plastering we employ expert techniques to carry out these processes, ensuring exceptional results that enhance your interior spaces’ aesthetic appeal and functionality. Whether you require drylining for new construction or skimming to refresh existing surfaces, our team is dedicated to delivering beautiful and durable finishes that exceed your expectations.

Looking for a contractor for your Dry Lining and Skimming needs? 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a chimney in a living room which has been stripped back to the brickwork, ready for dot and dab
This is a photo of a chimney place in a living toom which has just had dot and dab boarding installed to it
This is a photo of a chimney place in a living room which has just been newly plastered

Plastering Repairs

Plaster repairs are crucial to maintaining and restoring the integrity and appearance of walls and ceilings in residential and commercial spaces. Over time, plaster surfaces can become damaged, cracked, or worn due to various factors, such as age, moisture, or accidental incidents. At Buxton Plastering we offer professional plaster repair services, including plasterboard and traditional plaster repair, which are essential to restore and renew these surfaces, offering a seamless and flawless finish.

Plasterboard Repair:

Plasterboard repair is specifically focused on fixing damaged or deteriorated plasterboards, commonly used as the primary material for interior walls and ceilings. Impact, water leaks, or general wear and tear can damage the plasterboard; the repair involves several steps:

Assessment: As skilled plasterers we assess the extent of the damage to determine the appropriate repair technique. We examine the affected area, identifying any underlying issues and ensuring a thorough understanding of the repair requirements.

Preparation: Any loose or damaged plasterboard sections are removed before the repair process begins. The area is then cleaned and made ready for the repair work.

Patching or Replacement: Depending on the severity of the damage, plasterboard is either patched or replaced. A patch can be applied for minor damage, where a new piece of plasterboard is cut to size and securely affixed within the damaged area. In cases of more extensive damage, the entire section of plasterboard may need to be replaced, ensuring a seamless integration with the existing surface.

Finishing: Once the repair is complete, the plasterboard is finished with a jointing compound or filler, ensuring a smooth and even surface. As skilled plasterers we carefully apply multiple layers of compound, smoothing and sanding each layer until a seamless and flawless finish is achieved. The repaired section is then ready for further decoration or painting.

Traditional Plaster Repair:

Traditional plaster repair aims to restore damaged or deteriorated plaster surfaces, such as lime plaster or gypsum plaster. The process typically involves the following steps:

Evaluation: We will thoroughly evaluate the damaged area to determine the appropriate repair method, then assess the type of plaster and the underlying cause of the damage to ensure a suitable and effective repair solution.

Preparation: The damaged area is prepared by removing any loose or deteriorated plaster. The surface is cleaned, and any necessary repairs to the underlying structure are made.

Patching and Skimming: Depending on the extent of the damage, plaster patches are applied to fill in gaps or holes. We then apply a skim coat of plaster over the repaired area, carefully blending it with the surrounding surface. The skim coat is meticulously smoothed and levelled to achieve a seamless and cohesive finish.

Finishing and Matching: Once the repaired plaster has dried, it is polished and prepared for further decoration. We’ll ensure that the repaired area matches the surrounding surface in terms of texture, and overall appearance, resulting in a virtually undetectable repair.

Plaster repairs, including plasterboard repair and traditional plaster repair, are vital for restoring and renewing damaged walls and ceilings. We will assess the extent of the damage and use the appropriate repair techniques to ensure a seamless and flawless finish. Professional plaster repair services ensure the integrity and aesthetic appeal of your interior spaces.

Contact us anytime, and we’ll be happy to discuss how we can help with all your plaster repair needs.

We are the best for Plasterboard repairs. Call today 01298 608 485

This is a photo of a ceiling that has been stripped back to the joists, due to a leak, and is now ready for re-boarding.
This is a photo of a ceiling that has new plasterboard installed after a leak. It is now ready to be skimmed
This is a photo of ceiling that has just been freshly plastered after a water leak.

External Render options:

K render

K render, also known as silicone render, is a type of exterior wall finish widely used in the construction industry. It is a pre-mixed, ready-to-use render comprising a combination of cement, silicone, aggregates, and other additives. K render is applied to the external surfaces of buildings to provide a protective and decorative finish.

The main components of K render include cement, which provides strength and durability, and silicone, which contributes to its water-repellent properties. The addition of aggregates gives the render texture and a granular appearance.

K render is typically supplied in a wide range of colours, allowing for customisation and design flexibility. It can be applied in various thicknesses to achieve different finishes, from smooth to textured.

The application process for K render involves several steps. First, the surface to be rendered is prepared by cleaning it and ensuring it is free from loose debris. A suitable base coat or primer may be applied to enhance adhesion. Then, the K render is applied using a trowel or spray machine. We then ensure an even and consistent coverage is applied, paying attention to achieve a seamless finish. Once the K render has cured, it forms a protective and decorative layer on the exterior surface.

There are several benefits to using K render. Firstly, it provides excellent weather resistance, protecting the building from moisture, rain, and other environmental factors. The silicone content in K render allows it to repel water, preventing water penetration and reducing the risk of dampness or moisture-related issues.

K render is also highly durable, maintaining its appearance and integrity over time. It is resistant to cracking, fading, and damage from UV radiation. Additionally, K render is breathable, allowing water vapour to escape from the substrate while protecting it from water ingress.

Another advantage of K render is its low maintenance requirements. It is easy to clean and can be pressure-washed to remove dirt or stains, keeping the exterior surfaces looking fresh and vibrant.

At Buxton Plastering we specialise in K render application, offering professional services to enhance the exteriors of residential and commercial properties. With our expertise and attention to detail, we’ll ensure flawless and visually appealing K-render finishes that meet our client’s specific requirements and design preferences.

Sand & Cement Render

Sand and cement render, also known as traditional render or traditional sand and cement render, is a commonly used exterior wall finish in construction. It is a mixture of sand, cement, water, and sometimes lime applied to the external surfaces of buildings to provide a protective and decorative coating.

The process of applying sand and cement render involves several steps. First, the surface to be rendered is prepared by ensuring it is clean, free from loose debris, and appropriately primed or dampened. This helps to improve adhesion and promote a strong bond between the render and the substrate.

Next, the sand and cement mixture is prepared by combining the appropriate ratios of sand and cement in a mixing container. Water is added gradually while mixing until a workable consistency is achieved. The render mixture should be well-mixed to ensure an even distribution of materials.

Once the render is mixed, it is applied to the prepared surface using a trowel. We then work methodically to spread and level the render, ensuring an even coat with a consistent thickness. Various techniques can be employed to achieve different finishes, including a smooth finish, textured patterns, or a stippled effect.

After the initial application, the render is left to dry and cure. This process allows the render to harden and bond with the substrate. The curing time may vary depending on factors such as weather conditions and the thickness of the render.

Sand and cement render offers several benefits. Firstly, it provides a durable and robust finish that protects the building’s exterior from the elements, including rain, wind, and temperature fluctuations. It helps to prevent water ingress and acts as a barrier against moisture-related issues.

Sand and cement render is also highly versatile, allowing for various design options. It can be customised with different textures, patterns, or colour finishes to achieve the desired aesthetic appeal.

Whether you want to renovate an existing surface or apply sand and cement render to a new construction project, we can provide the expertise needed to achieve exceptional results.

Pebbledash Render

Pebbledash is an exterior finishing technique commonly used on the walls of buildings. It involves applying a mixture of cement, sand, and small pebbles or aggregate onto a base coat or render. The pebbles adhere to the wet cement mixture, creating a textured surface with an attractive and distinctive appearance.

The process of applying pebbledash typically starts with preparing the wall surface by cleaning it and ensuring it is free from loose debris. A base coat or render is then applied to provide a smooth and even foundation. Once the base coat has partially dried, the pebbledash mixture is thrown or sprayed onto the surface, and the pebbles embed themselves into the cement mixture. As skilled plasterers we control the size and distribution of the pebbles to achieve the desired texture and visual effect.

Pebbledash offers several benefits. First, it provides a durable and weather-resistant finish that can withstand the elements, protecting the underlying structure. It can help to minimise the appearance of dirt and stains due to its textured surface. Pebbledash is also relatively low maintenance, requiring occasional cleaning with a soft brush or pressure washing to keep it looking fresh.

One of the significant advantages of pebbledash is its aesthetic appeal. The variety of pebble colours and sizes available allows for customisation, enabling homeowners to create a unique and personalised look for their property. The textured appearance of pebbledash adds character, giving a visually interesting and attractive finish to the building’s exterior.

Buxton Plastering specialises in pebbledash applications, offering professional services to enhance the exteriors of residential and commercial properties. With our expertise and attention to detail, we will ensure flawless and visually appealing pebbledash finishes that stand the test of time. Whether you want to renovate an existing pebbledash surface or add pebbledash to a new build, we can provide the required skills to achieve the desired result.

For all your External Rendering needs. Call today 01298 608 485

About Us

At Buxton Plastering, we always ensure we go the extra mile to deliver. We understand that choosing a tradesman to entrust with your home projects can be daunting, but with our first-class customer care and commitment to providing the best plastering services, you can be sure you are in safe hands with us. We are available for all projects, large and small, and we serve both residential and commercial clients; whether you are looking for a small plaster patch repair or need a reliable team of plasterers for multiple new build developments, we are here for you.

So if you want to learn more about our plastering services and enjoy the peace of mind you are dealing with a local plasterer, we’d love to hear from you. Contact us any time and schedule your 100% FREE site survey at a time which suits you.

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