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And it is essential to many renovation projects
Lots of people would rather paint over an uneven and cracked wall or ceiling rather than pay for what could be an expensive but permanent solution. Plastering is essential to lots of renovation projects; for instance, knocking through a wall or building a new one. If you could do this yourself you could save yourself the expense and hassle of finding a professional from the back of a newspaper. On the other hand, if you don’t have the time or patience to learn plastering, you could still cut the cost and avoid hassle by posting a job online, specifying a time that suits your project timeline and then just sit back and wait for professionals to send you competitive quotes and comments regarding the job. MyHammer is a website which allows you to do just that. In addition, all workmen are rated by previous customers so you know what to expect.
Plaster can be quite brittle and a sudden shock with a hard implement can create holes. Plasterboard is also very thin. It is essentially hardened plaster between 2 sheets of paper. The following tips will help you repair minor holes yourself. If you aren’t very good at DIY or would rather spend your time doing something else then we suggest you find a local plasterer. MyHammer can get you multiple quotes from plasterers near you and they are rated by other customers.