We know that the beauty of every wall and ceiling lies in its beautiful surface. After the wall is built from the respective building materials – bricks, blocks, plasterboard, concrete, reinforced concrete, etc. what follows is its plastering.
By plastering the walls and the ceilings they become even and their imperfections are corrected so that they become smooth and geometrically straight and smooth right angles are formed where the walls meet. Plastering covers all ducts for electrical, internet, alarm system, telephone and other cables, as well as all heat and ventilation, heating and air-conditioning links and pipes, if they pass through some of the walls. The plastering of the ceiling is also very important because after the fitting of the lighting fixtures every unevenness and imperfection of the ceiling becomes quite obvious and it can upset the harmony even of the most beautiful interior. Quality plastering is very important before painting the walls or putting wallpaper. It is wrong to think that wallpaper would hide the imperfections of the wall.
Plastering is done both in dry and wet rooms. According to its function plaster is divided into leveling and finishing plaster. Leveling plaster fixes large imperfections – cracks, holes, ducts for different cables, etc. and it forms the geometrically straight edges of the walls. When the edges are very uneven, and in order to avoid the crumbling of the edges where a lot of movement of people or objects is expected (corridors, kitchens or public spaces), before beginning the plastering, aluminum or plastic linear elements are put on the edges as they cover the edges completely. After that the leveling plaster covers the elements. The finishing plaster corrects small imperfections and scratches from the main plastering.
There are a few main types of putty but the most popular and resistant in the long term is paste cement.
Plastering and puttying are often used when doing repair works internally or externally. They correct cracks and other cosmetic imperfections that have appeared on the walls, ceilings and floors.
We are ready to discuss with you all possible options for plastering and puttying of the rooms and to choose the best option to suit your needs and requirements.