Drywall Maintenance & Repairs - Maintenance & Repairs
A fast ﬁx for damaged plasterboard or a wall that’s been treated for rising damp.Read More..
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|Repairing damaged masonryBrick and rendered walls can suffer considerable surface breakout when plastic plugs or sleeve ancho...|
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|How to repair damaged plaster25|
Step-by-step DIY guide on repairing plaster cracks and holes in your walls or ceiling.
|How to repair cracked plaster10|
Cracks in plaster walls are caused by movement, vibration or settling of the house frame and structure. Repair cracks and minor damage using gypsum-based one-coat plaster powder.
|Filling small holes and cracks in plaster3|
Small cracks, dents, holes or gouges in plaster walls or ceilings can be repaired with interior filler.
|Repairing Damaged Plasterboard2|
A how-to guide from Handyman
|How to patch fibre cement2|
Work on cement sheet installed before the early 1980s should be done by a professional specialist due to risk of asbestos. Since then, fibre cement (FC) sheeting made with the safer cellulose has been used.
|Repairing damaged masonry2|
Brick and rendered walls can suffer considerable surface breakout when plastic plugs or sleeve anchors like Dynabolts are removed after a picture or mirror is taken away.
|How to cover a damaged wall2|
A fast ﬁx for damaged plasterboard or a wall that’s been treated for rising damp.
|Filling awkward gaps and holes1|
Tips and advice on how to fill awkward gaps and holes in your home
|Patching damaged plaster - using ordinary plaster1|
This is the least expensive plaster, but requires considerable skill to achieve a professional finish. It is applied in two coats and you need to work fast. It’s a good idea to practise somewhere inconspicuous before beginning the job.
|Reinforcing a damaged corner1|
If an external corner is prone to damage, reinforce it with expanded metal angle beading before plastering the wall
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