The A in P&A Plastering derives from my dog Alfie who has passed away at the age of 16. A big loss to me but have many lovely memories.
Alfie came into my life over 17 years ago, at the time I was not looking for a dog. If I was I could not have one like him he was very special to me.
Lime plastering is the field in which I specialise now, having retrained in Eco friendly products such as Moroccan Tadelakt for wetrooms also Clay and Eco Cork.
A sample of colours available can be viewed on the Tadelakt Gallery page, also I have a brochure available please contact me. Visit my other website for latest projects. https://www.moroccantadelakt.com/
I have been in the industry for some 33 years and still also use British Gypsum plasters.
Based in Brighton covering all of Sussex.
Projects in France undertaken in Cote da Azur, having lived and worked in Antibes I have working knowledge of France.
Tadelakt is both a decorative and waterproof plaster, which was originally fashioned from lime specific to the Marrakech region of Morocco. A sample of colours can be viewed on my gallery page also brochure available.
The technique has been past down through generations by Moroccan master craftsmen specialising in this ancient and mysteriously attractive finish.
Tadelakt is a versatile and noble plaster which is suitable for almost any internal or external wall, presenting itself as the perfect alternative to tiles in bathrooms, spas, shower cubicles and wet rooms.
” See my videos on the YouTube link at the bottom of this page tadelakt & lime plastering. “
TRADITIONAL & HERITAGE
Lime Render, Lime & Hair, Lath & Plaster
Eco Cork, Clay, Tadelakt
Skimming, Coving, Stud Work, Artex Covered Over.
Natural Paint, Good for you good for the environment.
Softer product so less cracking.
Self-healing (cracks) Lime will suck out any moisture.
Use of natural paint will pass through & release any moisture into the atmosphere.
Prone to cracking.
Water entering cracks will penetrate interior substrate.
Peeling (synthetic paint) because of water ingress.
” The Morrocan sense of colour derives from nature. The garden plays a very important role in Islamic culture. “