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Our Milton Keynes plasterers do a wide range of jobs, including boarding, skimming and patching up walls.
Our trades can help you with -
- Heritage lime plaster
- Venetian marble plaster
- Patching in
Are you in need of a skilled and experienced plasterer in the Milton Keynes area? John Lewis can help you find the professional you need in no time at all. We are work with quality local plasterers all over Milton Keynes. All you need to do is visit the Plasterer page on the John Lewis website to access a range of services. We can then provide you with a top-notch professional at a date and time to suit you.
Our tradespeople can offer a range of interior plastering services, including skimming and boarding. We can also provide specialists who can work with both Venetian marble plaster and Heritage Lime. Even if your walls are just bare brick, our tradespeople can get them fully prepared for decorating.
John Lewis only ever works with the very best. Each of our plasterers in Milton Keynes has passed a strict five-stage vetting process. This includes an assessment of the quality of their work and what their past customers have to say about them. We also make sure that they are fully qualified for their trade. To make sure that you are satisfied with your service, we’ll also provide you with a 12-month guarantee.
We can provide you with plastering services anywhere in Milton Keynes. As well as central areas like Willen, Bradville, Fishermead, Woolstone, Wavendon and Monkston, our tradespeople also cover outer areas, including Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard, Northampton and Buckingham. Wherever you are, we will ensure that your plastering job is completed to the standard you deserve.
Hire the right plasterer
It is a plasterer’s job to prepare the walls and ceilings of a property for decorating. Trying to wallpaper bare brick won’t get you very far, after all. Plasterers are also commonly called in for repair jobs, which can be necessary for older properties or those which have suffered from damp. Depending on what materials they are working with, plasterers may utilise dry lining, solid plastering or fibrous plastering.
Plastering work requires both practise and physical fitness. If plaster is applied unevenly, it can easily show up even under paint or wallpaper. Most plasterers learn their trade through college courses, apprenticeships or on-site training. Remember, each and every John Lewis plasterer in Milton Keynes has passed a strict vetting process to make sure they can deliver top-quality work.
When it comes to hiring a plasterer, you will usually be charged based on the size of your job. This will usually require you to either measure the area where you need work doing, or have a plasterer come out to do it on your behalf. Once a plasterer knows how much work will be required (and what materials they will be dealing with), they will be able to offer you a custom quote.
Before we finish, you should be aware that certain jobs can carry additional costs. For example, if your plasterer needs to bring in additional labour or materials, they may need to adjust your quote. The same goes for if you need work doing at the weekends, in the evenings, during public holidays or at short notice. However, your plasterer will make any extra charges clear to you in advance.