Skimming Plaster For A Great Finish

Getting skimming plaster right can make a huge difference to the look and feel of your house. You want it to be smooth, even, and free of any blemishes. But most importantly, you want it to be long lasting so that it doesn’t wear away too quickly.

Getting the right finish for your walls isn’t always easy, and you may need to experiment to find the technique that suits your requirements best. You may also need to do some research to ensure you know how long each new plasterboard will last and what maintenance it requires.

What is Skimming Plaster?

Skimming plaster or skimmed walls are becoming increasingly popular, and they can provide the perfect surface for a blend of modern and traditional interior designs. But if you’re not sure what’s involved in getting such a finish or how it’s done, please get in touch and we’d be happy to help. Generally speaking, skimming plaster works well for any interior style providing you use the right material. This can be particularly useful if you’re building a new home and want to incorporate traditional fixtures such as millstones, which are designed to withstand abuse of movement and moisture. But skimmed walls are far more adaptable than millstones so they can be used in many modern designs as well.

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