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Scratched or damaged glass

Glass loses clarity

Ceilings – flaking paint (particularly on fibrous plaster ceilings)

  • Deterioration due to age; joint stopping not dry when painted; oil-based paint applied over acrylic

    How to repair

  • Damp ceiling

    How to repair

Ceilings – fibrous plaster cracked

Ceilings – plasterboard flush-stopped joints have ridge

  • Slight over-filling of the joint which becomes obvious in glancing light conditions (light parallel to the surface such as from a wall washer light fitting)

    How to repair

Plasterboard ceiling sagging

  • Insufficient number of plasterboard sheet fixings; fixings inadequate to hold plasterboard sheets; ceiling lining has had weight applied such as a person standing on the lining instead of joists in the roof space

    How to repair

  • Ceiling joist spans are too great for the timber size; joists have been overloaded 

    How to repair

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Fibrous plaster cornices or ceiling roses cracked

  • Building movement

    How to repair

  • Alterations or renovation work including removal/replacement of cornices/ceiling roses 

    How to repair

Ceilings – plasterboard coved cornices cracked

Plasterboard cracking at tight stopped wall ceiling junction

Wall linings generally – mould/mildew growth

  • Condensation forming regularly because the wall is not insulated, the house is not sufficiently heated and/or internal moisture levels are too high 

    How to repair

Wall framing location is visible

  • Condensation forming on the areas between the framing because the wall is not insulated – mould growth is the result of regular condensation

    How to repair

  • Mould is forming on the framing locations because a thermal bridge (framing has lower thermal performance than the insulated part of the wall)

    How to repair

Plasterboard linings – cracking