Skimming is a part of plastering work. Skimming involves applying thin two coats of plaster in order to smooth a wall or ceiling surfaces. These surfaces can then be painted or finished with wallpaper, tiles or wood paneling.
Rough-casting or pebble dash is a method of plastering that involves the application of a coarse plaster surface and is usually used on exterior wall surfaces. Plaster is mixed with other aggregates such as sand, cement or small gauge gravel or pebbles and applied to create a unique effect.
A wet dash plastering finish is created by applying 5-13 mm coarse aggregate in the final coat of plaster. This is a simple application method that is designed to leave a rough finish with varied patterns.
Plaster board or gyprock as it is more commonly known in Australia is used as the base material for interior walls and ceilings. We can help you renovate your home by replacing your gyprock with new boards and improve the surface condition of your walls.
The team at Prominade can help with ceiling restorations including suspended ceilings, office ceilings and partitioning, installation of new ceilings, repairs to existing ceilings that are damaged or removing popcorn ceiling plastering.