BEFOREAFTER Concrete ceilings can often be an eye sore especially in architecturally built homes. Action Plasterers has the solution! With drywall and solid plastering specialist at our disposal, we can handle any internal and external white setting needs. Completely skim coating the exposed concrete surface will leave you with an unblemished finish, leaving an architectural home looking a million bucks! $$$$$$ These photos were taken before and after our drywall specialists completed white setting at a home off the headland at Coolum Beach where the builder wanted to go the extra mile rather than a standard paint finish to the concrete verandah ceiling. A quality finish without a coat of paint! Action Plasterers and Renderers have ∞
Ever thought about partially enclosing your carport? With the weather we have here in Queensland, from drought to deluge, its a great idea! Here we’ve used Knauf SpanShield board on the ceiling, with a James Hardie Villaboard wall, and finished off with Knauf MastaLine compound. Giving better weather protection and a clean look. Now the car can stay out of the harsh sun and you out of the rain!
A recently completed job for Dunemann Constructions at The Gap. This was a nice little showroom for the clients 7, yes seven Ferrari‘s.. Jealous? Us?
Decorative or ornamental plaster products are specialty products hand casted by only a small number of companies throughout Australia. In this day and age, new homes with these products are relatively uncommon as the demand for modern cornices and sharp line finishes has taken over the industry in recent years. Here at Action Plasterers we have noticed an increase in the use and demand of these products and we are here to say ‘Look no further!’. Action Plasterers are your one stop shop for all your decorative plaster needs. We have established a strong relationship with our supplier and their wide range of products including archways, corbels, cornices, ceiling roses and more. Along with this
Ever come across cracks in plasterboard ceilings or walls? Whether it is in your own house, a friends or even a commercial tenancy, cracks are an eye sore! Nobody wants them and when it comes to buying or selling a home, it can be a deciding factor as it’s a sign of wear and tear on a home or poor construction. Many factors can cause cracking in plasterboard: 1. Poor workmanship is one possibility although not being the most common. 2. Weather plays a large part in many cracking circumstances. Uninsulated roof cavities can expand and retract with sweltering summer heat and dropping temperatures. 3. Plasterboard ceilings with a continuous length greater than 12m have