My First Magnetic plaster job



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Vincey

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Can’t believe it’s been nearly 4 years ago to the day that I got a call off a builder to work on this refurb and to use Magnetic plaster at a bunker, it was a big job tbf and still isn’t fully completed, thought its worth a share of some pictures from the project and some of the walls magnetic was used, tbh getting jobs using the material is quite a hard sell in domestic environment, the material is expensive plus as a plasterer we obviously want labour price too but in terms of a product I think it’s a great idea.
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flynnyman

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#3
I don't think the cost of the materials should come into it if your doing the room anyway. I've offered it on certain jobs and when you explain what your getting for an extra £80ish is a good price to pay. It shouldn't effect your price for labour anyway, fair enough you would struggle to concentrate on magnetic on its own but offering it on every job costs you nothing and maybe could get you the job.
 

Topspread16

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#5
Mint job Vincey, would of loved to be on that. Right up my street. [emoji1360]


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Vincey

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#8
Yes
Did you do all the plastering or just the magnetic?
All the plastering stu mate, there was only a small team working there one trade each , Jamie who owns it had a guy doing demo and ground work and a metal framer in front of me , on a few occasions I took my plasterer mate and plasterer cousin to try to speed work up for deadlines , the first phase is done he lives there now but phase 2 and 3 still to start
 

Arti

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#9
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All the plastering stu mate, there was only a small team working there one trade each , Jamie who owns it had a guy doing demo and ground work and a metal framer in front of me , on a few occasions I took my plasterer mate and plasterer cousin to try to speed work up for deadlines , the first phase is done he lives there now but phase 2 and 3 still to start
Was clarky a bit of a bellend?
 

Vincey

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Was clarky a bit of a bellend?
No mate he was really sound down to Earth , said it was just pure chance that he got into t.v work , he loves buildings that’s for sure , he always try’s to go places by train instead of driving, when filming was going on me and 2 others were allowed to stay there for the days and it was great to do that , probably won’t happen again
 

zombie

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#12
No mate he was really sound down to Earth , said it was just pure chance that he got into t.v work , he loves buildings that’s for sure , he always try’s to go places by train instead of driving, when filming was going on me and 2 others were allowed to stay there for the days and it was great to do that , probably won’t happen again
I'm glad you said he was sound as I always think he comes across as a nice bloke on the telly.. .

In fact I think I might have got a bit of a bromance for him...bloody lovely he is!!!!