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At Invicta Plastering I can cover a wide range of services to suit your needs, there are more details on these listed below. I am also aware of the trust and potential disruption involved, that comes with having someone in your home to carry out work. This is why I treat every customers home with the greatest care and respect, and work in a clean, safe, and friendly manner.


I will also make sure that you are aware and informed every step of the way in the process of work with a detailed plan to give you clarity and peace of mind as I feel this is important for a stress free, seamless experience.

So if you are looking to simply freshen up old, damaged walls in your living room, to converting all your artex ceilings to a more smooth and modern feel I would be more than happy to help. From minor repairs caused by water damage to complete renovations of every room in the home, I can cover every aspect from the very small projects right up to the bigger projects.

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Drylining is the application of installing plasterboard to timber, metal or masonry walls and ceilings to create a uniform and flat surface. There are a few methods to achieve this and that is through the use of correct fixings otherwise know as 'tacking' or drywall adhesive to stick the boards to blockwork this is otherwise known as dot and dab. The finished result will be ready for skimming.



The final coat or top coat of plaster is probably the most important as it is the final coat that will be seen, this coat of plaster is often referred to as a skim coat and is usually around 3mm thick. This can be applied directly onto plasterboard without the need for a backing coat or over old walls and ceilings with the right preparation.


Float & Set

The term float and set refers to the traditional style of plastering sometimes known as wet plastering. the system requires a wet undercoat plaster such as sand and cement, browning/bonding or hardwall coat which is troweled onto the walls usually around 11mm thick. It is generally more messy but the advantages to it are that it gives much greater sound density than boards and it is an excellent insulator also. 



Rendering is the process of applying a mixture of sand, cement, water and/or lime to external, or sometimes internal, walls to achieve a smooth or textured surface. Render has waterproofing and fire rating qualities, but is also used for aesthetic purposes. It can also be used to prevent and stop further damage to a wall which may be crumbling and deteriorating. It can come in a variety of finishes with various textures and different colours.  


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Coving & Cornice

Coving & cornice is perfect for adding interest to the tops of walls, giving them a stylish and elegant finishing touch to really set off a room. It also avoids the décor looking unfinished and as if there is something missing in the detail of the room.


Repairs & Patching

This accounts for all minor repairs which can range from holes drilled out for spotlights, chasings in the walls for cables or any other damage sustained over time such as water damage. It could even be to make good of any minor details which spoils the overall finished look.


Just a few of the partners and affiliates we have done work for below:

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