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Your tradie needs to be covered by an appropriate insurance policy. Public liability insurance is compulsory and gives liability protection against third party injuries and property damage caused by the contractor. This will protect you should anything go wrong with your home improvement project. Insurance certificates need to be current and valid for the duration of the project works.

Everything you need to know about finding a Plasterer

Plaster is made up of lime or gypsum mixed with sand and water.  It hardens into a smooth solid and it is used to cover walls and ceilings.  However, plaster can also be used in pools.  Because plaster is quite a soft material, even after it dries, it is suitable for finishing rather than for any load bearing means.  It is available in many colours and textures.

If you are having your home wet plastered, this is simply where the plaster is applied to the walls or ceiling while wet and it will harden after it has been applied.

Role of Plasterers

Plasterers apply plaster to the walls and ceilings of the home to enhance the space. Some projects they carry out include: Dry wall plastering Dry wall, commonly known as plasterboard, is used for walls and ceilings in the home. Plasterers can advise on the right type of dry wall to suit your space, as well as supply the necessary materials and apply the plaster Dry wall plastering Dry wall, commonly known as plasterboard, is used for walls and ceilings in the home. Plasterers can advise on the right type of dry wall to suit your space, as well as supply the necessary materials and apply the plaster. For more information see  Ornamental plastering: This is a great way to add beauty and character to your home for a very reasonable cost. Plasterers can advise on a suitable design and finish and apply it to the wall or ceiling using plaster moulds. See ornamental plastering for more information.

Solid wall plastering: This technique involves the plasterer applying plaster to a solid wall, such as a brick or solid plaster wall. In doing so, they will level, clean and prepare the surface, then mix and apply the plaster before adding the final finishing coats.

Partitioning: If you want to create more space or add privacy, partitioning is the ideal solution, as it can be used to temporarily or permanently divide a room. The partition may be made from plasterboard or Gyprock® on a timber or steel frame." Plaster repairs: When cracks or flakes appear in your plaster, you will need it repaired. Plasterers use many techniques for repairing plaster depending on the type and extent of the damage.Dry wall plastering: Dry wall, commonly known as plasterboard, is used for walls and ceilings in the home. Plasterers can advise on the right type of dry wall to suit your space, as well as supply the necessary materials and apply the plaster. For more information see . Ornamental plastering: This is a great way to add beauty and character to your home for a very reasonable cost. Plasterers can advise on a suitable design and finish and apply it to the wall or ceiling using plaster moulds. See  for more information. Solid wall plastering: This technique involves the plasterer applying plaster to a solid wall, such as a brick or solid plaster wall. In doing so, they will level, clean and prepare the surface, then mix and apply the plaster before adding the final finishing coats.


Plaster repairs:When cracks or flakes appear in your plaster, you will need it repaired.

Plasterers use many techniques for repairing plaster depending on the type and extent of the damage.