Ceiling Restoration Services
When it comes to a ceiling being affected by water, old age or common movements throughout the building, a lot of the time it results in cracking and even the falling of plaster. In some homes, having a ceiling replaced may simply not be possible due to high costs, as well as building restrictions on heritage homes. For this very reason, it’s essential that you look into more effective and viable options.
At Barrier Damp Proofing, we offer a professional ceiling restoration service. Regardless of how your ceiling has been affected, we can provide a safe and effective way to have it restored. Our team uses a specially formulated resin that is designed to enter the space between lath and plaster. Once applied and dried, this adhesive will provide your ceiling with a higher level of strength so that the plaster will no longer continue to crack or fall. The Westox Primer and Adhesive that we use will provide your ceiling with more flexibility, allowing for expansion and contraction movements of lath, plaster and adhesive.
What is involved in Ceiling Restoration?
When it comes to performing ceiling restoration works on homes, in particular older, heritage homes, our Ceiling Restoration team will perform several tasks. These tasks involve:
- Drilling small holes into the plaster if there is no access on the reverse side
- Injecting a specially formulated acrylic-resin based adhesive into the ceiling. This will go into the space between the lath and plaster
- Once the acrylic-resin based adhesive has saturated the substrate, it will be left for several days to allow for complete drying
- Upon the resin has drying-out, the ceiling can then receive any necessary replastering touch-ups if required
We only use the best
At Barrier Damp Proofing, we can proudly say that we are an official Westox approved applicator. This means that we have access to all their amazing products and are certified to use them accordingly. We are also able to pass on the generous warranties that come with Westox’s products.