Million Pound House

New build house that we took over from a colleague where he was was too busy to complete, so we where asked to help with the completion of this fantastic project. We organised the taper and jointer to work in front of us to fill all joints and fix beads, so all we had to do was to spray plaster the ceilings and walls. As you can see from the photos not a straight forward job, high ceilings that would take their time and be difficult to plaster by hand, lifting heavy buckets of skim up scaffolding would be a task on its own even before you start to plaster, and then up and down moving the scaffolding around the room on your own would make the job a added hinderance. But because we used the airless spray plaster system the job was a walk in the park, all the materials where in the hopper down stairs and the pump pushing the materials up through the 30 metre hose, so a pull of the trigger and away we spray. Nice even coverage a quick flatten and move along to the next area made the rooms so much easier and quicker. Once the first coat was dry we gave the walls and ceilings a second coat and once this was dry we used our mirka sander and extractor giving the job a near level 5  snag free finish. The stairwell was also a very difficult area as it was from floor right up to the apex of the roof and again would of been very difficult to plaster by hand, but again spray was the way just a pull of the trigger and the application was easy. The floating staircase would of been a difficult job to plaster but again by spraying it, it was made simpler and a lot less difficult because of the system being air dried and not chemical set there was no need  to rush and have day break joints in our wall, and once dried a quick  sand and another great finish.  

Million Pound House

New build house that we took over from a colleague where he was was too busy to complete, so we where asked to help with the completion of this fantastic project. We organised the taper and jointer to work in front of us to fill all joints and fix beads, so all we had to do was to spray plaster the ceilings and walls. As you can see from the photos not a straight forward job, high ceilings that would take their time and be difficult to plaster by hand, lifting heavy buckets of skim up scaffolding would be a task on its own even before you start to plaster, and then up and down moving the scaffolding around the room on your own would make the job a added hinderance. But because we used the airless spray plaster system the job was a walk in the park, all the materials where in the hopper down stairs and the pump pushing the materials up through the 30 metre hose, so a pull of the trigger and away we spray. Nice even coverage a quick flatten and move along to the next area made the rooms so much easier and quicker. Once the first coat was dry we gave the walls and ceilings a second coat and once this was dry we used our mirka sander and extractor giving the job a near level 5  snag free finish. 

The stairwell was also a very difficult area as it was from floor right up to the apex of the roof and again would of been very difficult to plaster by hand, but again spray was the way just a pull of the trigger and the application was easy. The floating staircase would of been a difficult job to plaster but again by spraying it, it was made simpler and a lot less difficult because of the system being air dried and not chemical set there was no need  to rush and have day break joints in our wall, and once dried a quick  sand and another great finish.