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Using Traditional Lath & Plaster

21 Oct 2015, Posted by Sally Wilkinson in News

Plastering a lath-and-plaster wall can be an interesting experience but one which I love as it means retaining the heritage in a building rather than replacing with new materials. Until about 70 years ago, before plasterboard was widely used, ceilings and internal partition walls were…

Restoring a grade 2 listed cottage in Horsham

21 Aug 2015, Posted by Sally Wilkinson in News

Just finished plastering a beautiful grade 2 listed cottage in Horsham that was suffering with severe damp issues. Damp is a very common problem, particularly in older buildings and it can be caused by moisture from the ground, condensation, rain in fact any source of…

Tadelakt – Traditional Moroccan & North African Plastering

18 Aug 2015, Posted by Sally Wilkinson in News

Tadelakt is a plastering technique and material that originates from Morocco and has been used for over 1,000 years to create stunning decorative and waterproof walls in bathrooms, wet rooms, steam rooms and spas. It is also used to create bathroom furniture like seats, wash…