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Agricultural Building Conversion: Agricultural Building Conversion
Agricultural Building Conversion
15 December 2019 - 9:47, by , in Modern Plastering, No comments

Agricultural Building conversion, into a new modern home.

Agricultural Building Conversion
Agricultural Building Converted. Carried out by Unique Building Solutions Ltd,

This traditional conversion project, completed by http://uniquebuildingsolutions.co.uk . Who have taken this, former agricultural building. ” A pigsty” with it`s ragstone walls, and exposed original oak beams, and turned it into, a great modern guest house.  Carried out at Egerton, Kent. 2019

Here, the ceilings have been plasterboarded. First of all, the joints, will be scrimmed. Then finally. I can skim the plasterboard, by applying a coat of, British Gypsum Multi-Finish plaster. Which I have applied, between the oak beams. Most importanly, keeping the oak beams nice and clean.

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Agricutural Building Conversion. Egerton. Kent. Showing the original exposed oak rafters, all finished. 2019

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Agricultural Building Conversion

Here I have applied two coats of lime render, with added horse hair, over Expanded Metal Lath. On the outside.

Agricultural Building Conversion

 

The ceiling all finished. looking up at the oak beams. The former “Pigsty” has totally changed, into a fantastic new, exposed oak timber framed building. Carried out at Egerton, Kent. 2019.

Agricultural Building Conversion
Agricultural Building Conversion.

Paul Marshall – Qualified Plasterer.

 

 

About author:
Paul is a qualified plasterer in all aspects of plastering. He has been plastering in Kent for over 30 years. When not working you can find Paul windsurfing, hiking, mountian biking or exploring the countryside.

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