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Plastering Manchester Oldham

DRYWALL MACHINES LTD

SKILLED
AND QUALIFIED
LABOUR ON SITE

RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRIAL

We are Plastering Subcontractor on Commercial, Residential, Infrastructure and Industrial Projects in North West, based in Salford, Greater Manchester. We cover OLDHAM and other areas. We do labour only sub-contracts for Commercial Projects – Refurbishment or New Build. We specialise in supplying skilled and qualified labour on sites – Residential, Commercial, Infrastructure and Industrial. Also we are offering solutions for private clients, we can supply and fit what you need. We are offering to our clients advice and support from planning to completion. Years of hard work and years of education to achieve higher levels in our knowledge. Doing additional courses such as NVQ levels, IPAF, PASMA, SMSTS, First Aid at Work and lots of everyday lessons made us a company you can trust.

SKILLED
AND QUALIFIED
LABOUR ON SITE

RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRIAL

We are Plastering Subcontractor on Commercial, Residential, Infrastructure and Industrial Projects in North West, based in Salford, Greater Manchester. We cover OLDHAM and other areas. We do labour only sub-contracts for Commercial Projects – Refurbishment or New Build. We specialise in supplying skilled and qualified labour on sites – Residential, Commercial, Infrastructure and Industrial. Also we are offering solutions for private clients, we can supply and fit what you need. We are offering to our clients advice and support from planning to completion. Years of hard work and years of education to achieve higher levels in our knowledge. Doing additional courses such as NVQ levels, IPAF, PASMA, SMSTS, First Aid at Work and lots of everyday lessons made us a company you can trust.

Plastering Oldham

Plaster is considered a high-end wall finish. The installation of plaster walls requires special training and skills making it more of a labor intensive process than hanging or repairing drywall. Aside from these factors, a plaster wall can create a texture and feel to your home that no other wall can match. Plaster is typically made from limestone (calcium carbonate) or gypsum (calcium sulfate). It’s mined, cooked, and ground into a powder. Different additives, like sand or marble, are added to the powder to give the resulting plaster different textures and colors. After mixing the powder with water, it’s coated onto a wall or board using a trowel. Because it’s so durable, designers and architects can use a plaster finish on interior and exterior walls, giving a home a strong connection to the outdoors and a cohesive and holistic look throughout. There’s also an artistic quality to a plaster wall finish: It is hand-applied by an artisan, which can leave traces of brush strokes and variation in textures. Plastering is the process of covering rough walls and uneven surfaces in the construction of houses and other structures with a plastic material, called plaster, which is a mixture of lime or cement concrete and sand along with the required quantity of water. “We strongly recommend to Plaster all your walls and ceilings and if you want to do a perfect finish we recommend to do a proper snagging with task light, which might cost a bit more expensive, but result is worth the money spent.”
by Drywall Machines Ltd – Plastering Contractors Oldham, Manchester
Dry lining can have less load-carrying capability that traditionally finished walls, which may be a problem for fixing wall-hung cupboards or shelves. It can also be easier to damage.

We have knowledge in different specs, requirements and site-specific details.

During last 3 years we have been helpful sub-contractor on lots of Commercial Projects in North West. We have been able to help to handover 3 large projects in Manchester.

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With a solid reputation for quality, consistent reliability, exceptional client liaison and sensitivity to the special needs and requirements of our clients. What’s more, we’re well-known for delivering projects on time and to budget.


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    DRYWALL MACHINES UK

    Why choose Us?

    Safety first.

    Safety first. We take it seriously – our responsibility is that all our staff will leave site everyday safely. Fully Insured. CHAS accreditation achieved.


    We can provide you with required amount of qualified and experienced labour on site.

     

    If you need help with Project Management, we can arrange this for you providing Supervisor / Site Manager with qualifications and certificates to run the job.

     

    DRYWALL MACHINES UK

    Our Services

    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Dry-Lining Services What is Dry-Lining… Unfortunately even now not everyone knows the modern way of construction, mostly it covers internal works,
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Partitions Services 1st fix – Under this meaning specialist knows that building of partitions is required, sometimes suspended ceilings need doing
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Suspended Ceilings Services There are different types and various design specs for suspended ceilings. Common types are – MF and Grid.
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Plastering Services Multi finish or Board finish plastering widely used everywhere from small projects to massive ones. Using these materials will
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Tape and Jointing Services Some projects will do another way of finishing their plasterboards by using filler. Where you need to
    DRYWALL MACHINES UK Residential and Private Renovation Services Drywall Machines Ltd has completed countless renovations and home improvements in Manchester and nearby. Our focus

    Plastering Contractors Oldham

    Oldham is a large town in Greater Manchester, England, amid the Pennines and between the rivers Irk and Medlock, 5.3 miles (8.5 km) southeast of Rochdale and 6.9 miles (11.1 km) northeast of Manchester. It is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, which had a population of 220,600 in 2021.

    At 53°32’39N 2°7’0.8W (53.5444°, -2.1169°), and 164 miles (264 km) north-northwest of London, Oldham stands 700 feet (213 m) above sea level, 6.9 miles (11.1 km) northeast of Manchester city centre, on elevated ground between the rivers Irk and Medlock. Saddleworth and the South Pennines are close to the east, whilst on all other sides, Oldham is bound by other neighbouring towns, including Ashton-under-Lyne, Chadderton, Failsworth, Royton and Shaw and Crompton.

    Oldham’s topography is characterised by its rugged, elevated Pennine terrain. It has an area of 6.91 square miles (17.90 km2). The geology of Oldham is represented by the Millstone Grit and Coal Measures series of rocks.The River Beal, flowing northwards, forms the boundary between Oldham on one side and Royton and Shaw and Crompton on the other.

    To the east of this river the surface rises to a height of 1,225 ft (373 m) at Woodward Hill, on the border with the parish of Saddleworth. The rest of the surface is hilly, the average height decreasing towards the southwest to Failsworth and the city of Manchester. The ridge called Oldham Edge, 800 ft (240 m) high, comes southward from Royton into the centre of the town.

    Neighbourhoods of Oldham include Chadderton, Failsworth and Hollinwood, East Oldham District, Royton
    Shaw and Crompton, Saddleworth and Lees, Profile of Oldham.

    Oldham’s town centre contains the highest concentration of retailing, cultural facilities and employment in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham. It has been extensively redeveloped during the last few decades, and its two shopping centres, Town Square and the Spindles, now provide one of the largest covered retail areas in Greater Manchester. The Spindles (named with reference to textile spindles) is a modern shopping centre with over 40 retailers, banks, building societies and catering outlets.