Wall Plaster Floating & Ceiling London
The process of floating is used to get perfectly flat surfaces. It is generally done with a float which is available in various types and materials including plastic, sponge or wood. These are built in a way so that they can float perfectly on the plaster. While wood float is used to give a slightly rough finish, sponge is used on surfaces that dry out quickly.
Floating is generally done 20-30 minutes after plastering the surface. Sometimes darby is used to level the plaster followed by floating. Float puts pressure on the plaster making it even and fills in the holes. Along with walls, floating is also done on the ceilings, on the plaster of exterior walls, also known as render and on concrete. It is also used to finish pointed walls and grout tiles.
We, at D. White Plastering, have undertaken numerous floating projects in our kitty and have left our clients extremely pleased with the results. This is because we use just the right material and equipment and exhibit extreme professionalism while doing the job. We also make sure that nothing is left unfinished and we clean up after finishing the job.
So, next time you want to give your walls a transformed look, but keep worrying about having to shell out a lot, consider our budget friendly floating service. We will be happy to serve you. Call us today to get a no-obligation quote from us.