Chief Plastering is a Brighton & Hove plastering company, providing a professional and trustworthy service to Brighton & Hove, as well as the surroding Sussex area.
Our workers are fully qualified, with over 10 years of experience in the industry.
We specialise in:
- Venetian marble / polished plaster
- Dry lining
- Decorative coloured rendering
- Floor screeding
We offer a free consultation, so please get in touch – via phone, or email – and we would be happy to talk you through your requirements.
Testimonials from Check-A-Trade
“Rob was really helpful when I initially enquired – he spoke with me to determine what work we needed and was also happy to give advice based upon his experience. He turned up at the time we agreed and completed the work by 3:30 that same day as promised. I asked him if he could also skim over a few other areas within the property that were not agreed beforehand and he was more than happy to do these at the price we have provisionally agreed for all the ceilings. The work was done to an excellent standard and I would thoroughly recommend him to anyone require any plastering in the near…”
Customer in Peacehaven – December 2019
“We were delighted with the Venitian Plastering of our bathroom. Rob from Chief Plastering is very professional and we thoroughly recommend his work. He is very reliable, honest and tidy. We have used him previously for other work and recommended him to other friends who have also been very pleased with his workmanship.”
“We’d used Chief Plastering previously for making good and skimming the bedroom. This time we asked them to do the same in the living room, dining room, downstairs and upstairs hallways and the stairs. This included some overboarding in one room and the upstairs landing. Rob arrived on time and got straight to work, completing the job in under three days – really impressive. He kept us up to date on progress and tidied throughout before leaving. The finish is great and we would highly recommend them to anyone in the area.”
Customer in Hove 3 October 2019
Save the grief, call the Chief!