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    Got a chap coming over Thursday evening to give a qoute on your Bathroom.
    We are down to bare brick atm as we removed the tiles and being a 30's house most of the wall has come of with them
    All i want is plastering done
    The room isnt very big 12-13sq metres
    Anyone know what this sort of job would cost?

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    difficult to say £200 max I would say

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    i would say more, take 2 visits to do plus materials i reckon £280 - £300 ish

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    Ok cheers guys least i have a rough idea
    thanks

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    i would do it for £ 150

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    Well the chap coming is out of work as they are not building any for who he works for so i am hoping i can offer him something along those lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr4eme View Post
    i would say more, take 2 visits to do plus materials i reckon £280 - £300 ish
    correct. but it depends if you want it dry lining or float n skim. the first is stronger and better for putting tiles on
    Last edited by wiggy; 18th February 2009 at 23:57.

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    should save a few ££ if he is not self employed, just making a bit extra cash for himself.

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    £200 tops.

    It's one bag of £6 multi finish and a litre of pva, anything over and you are just paying the Gucci plaster and there's no promise it'll be good.

    Asl Rich, ditchpo he might wanna do it.

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    Probably need to chip the walls and bond them, Then finish, Just done what will be our nursery and it took a bag of bonding and 3 bags of finish. Would be slightly bigger room, To get it cheaper tell him you will prep the walls and maybe even mix for him.

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