Adelaide Plasterers & Ceiling Repairs For Home Improvements Service Launched

The Master Plasterers Adelaide has launched a new plastering and ceiling repairs service, which includes plastering interior or exterior walls for building, renovation or repair projects. It aims to provide high quality workmanship at affordable prices and to meet project deadlines.

Mount Claremont, Australia - April 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A new Adelaide plastering and ceiling repairs service has been launched by The Master Plasterers, whose purpose is to plaster interior or exterior walls for building, renovation or repair projects and to fix damaged ceiling. The company is independent and offers an affordable, top quality plastering and ceiling repair service that can’t be matched by expensive alternatives.

More information can be found at: https://themasterplasterers.com.au/sa/plasterer-adelaide/

The website lists a number of reasons to select The Master Plasterers over other plastering and ceiling repairs companies. The Master Plasterers Adelaide brings expert local knowledge to the fore with every project.

The Master Plasterers bring many years of experience to the table and always strive for high quality workmanship. They follow Australian guidelines and work safely at all times.

Cracks in walls can occur for many reasons but some cracks are worse than others. As a general rule vertical cracks may not cause a problem, however horizontal cracks can mean serious structural issues and should be attended to right away.

It’s very important that the plastering or ceiling repairs company chosen uses high quality materials. There are many tradesmen that will under quote to win the work but will then use sub-standard materials to recoup lost margins. The Master Plasterers have fixed some real shockers over the years.

The Master plasterers provide both internal and external plastering services. The internal plastering service includes preparing the float coat, hard wall plastering and metal corner beads. The external plastering service includes render matching, imitation limestone render, sand render and texture coating.

In addition to plastering services, The Master Plasterers also provide affordable ceiling repair services. Sagging ceiling are a common problem in Adelaide. The ceiling repairs service includes water damaged ceilings, gyprock and plastering, mould removal, ceiling re-strapping, ceiling rejuvenation and painting.

More information can be found at: https://themasterplasterers.com.au/sa/ceiling-repairs-adelaide-sa/

Maintaining walls and ceilings is important to retain home values and in some cases to prevent accidents. The Master Plasterers always strive for high quality workmanship delivered on time and within budget.

Contact Info:
Name: Dan Warr
Organization: The Master Plasterers
Address: Mount Claremont, Mount Claremont, WA 6010, Australia
Phone: +61-8-6244-0970

For more information, please visit https://themasterplasterers.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331039

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