Decorative plasterers can offer new and totally unique pieces, refurbish existing plasterwork or even work from drawings to create stunning plasterwork features in any home. Whether you are looking for the highest quality moulding or luxury bespoke plasterwork for a period residence, decorative plasters can provide the perfect finish for any interior. Many decorative plasterers specialise in the repair and restoration of Victorian, Edwardian, Regency and Georgian plasterwork and cornicing.
They can bring old plasterwork back to life and replicate the mouldings for missing or damaged cornice work using time served tradesmen. By visiting your home they can take impressions of your existing plaster mouldings that will enable them to reproduce any damaged sections and replace them, restoring your plasterwork to its former glory.
Decorative plaster cornice is available from just £20 per 3 metre length (excluding VAT and fitting). While a decent plasterer will charge anything from £300 to £650 per room (including materials) for decorative plaster work, depending on the type of coving chosen. To get a quote for decorative cornicing and plasterwork in your home, click on the "post your job" button to have local recommended plasterers get in touch with you for free. The plasterer will need to visit you property and discuss the work before giving a written quotation with no obligation.
It can be difficult to find a dependable company or contractor that offers quality plastering services when it comes to decorative cornicing. Without doubt the best way is to contact plasters who have already done work with someone you know and trust, but this is not always an option for everyone. You can also search the Internet and the Yellow Pages or local classifieds for the a plastering company, but how will you separate the master craftsmen from the cowboys?
Many plasterers offer a wide range of services, when it comes to decorative cornice work, it make sense to contact plasters with experience in this type of work, most plasterers could no doubt do a decent job, but one who specialises in cornicing and decorative plasterwork will do a great job! The first step is to contact a few decorative plastering companies in your local area, then invite them to visit the property, see the work that needs doing, then supply you with detailed written quotes. Ask if you can check out examples of previous work they have done, good plasters will have no problem letting you speak to previous customers so always ask for references.
Once you have a shortlist of plasterers you feel are reliable up to the job, compare prices and specifications carefully, ensuring you are comparing on a like for like basis. Price is obviously an important factor, but it is unwise to choose on the basis of price alone, best to look for the highest standards of work coupled with a realistic price, to get the best of both worlds. Remember that often in life you get what you pay for!