R.L. Plastering Ltd. specialise in high-end bespoke new buildings and listed building renovation.
R.L. Plastering can proudly say that we have been operating for over 35 years. Through the years we have been involved in the domestic sector, commercial sector and now mainly focus on high-end new builds and listed building renovations. We have the ability to source the required materials and labour for listed building renovations and the knowledge to complete this expert work. We primarily work with main building contractors providing our expert plastering services for their projects.
Over the years the team has grown from 1 person to a 5 strong regular plastering team. We also have the contacts to ensure our workforce is fully scalable which means there is literally no job which is too large. All of our team is CITB registered and holds a CSCS card in site Health & Safety, so you know our team provides the highest quality of work which our customers demand. We possess the knowledge and passion to achieve the highlest level of results on projects of all sizes and shapes.
We have established ourselves over the 35 years through providing the highest quality workmanship and efficient completion of projects. We have an infinite wealth of knowledge and a proven track record for keeping within time and budget requirements. We also pride ourselves on achieving the highest standards which our top end building contractors and architects require.
We are also committed to training and investing in young up and coming plastering talent. We want to ensure that these skills, in particular the traditional methods, are available for future generations to come.
The areas we work in are: Hampshire, Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire, Dorset and Wiltshire.
The R.L. Plastering Team has a combined total of nerly 70 years worth of experience in the plastering industry. The team is headed by Richard and together the team possess a huge range of skills and knowledge.
We have a vast range of quality contacts to ensure our workforce is fully scalable which means there is literally no job which is too large.