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Welcome to J H Professional Plastering!

We would like to welcome you to our website and we hope that you find the content of this website informative and illustrative on the services we offer. We even go the extea mile by setting up a blog which updates daily, articles such as plastering and DIY. J H Professional Plastering Services is a well established and reputable plastering company covering all aspects of plastering and screeding for the interior and exterior of domestic and commercial properties. Experts in our field we are able to provide a professional service at an affordable price. The founder of the company Joe Harding established J H Professional Plastering back in 1999.
Our Services.
We provide for domestic and commercial customers locally to Epsom, Ewell, Kingston, Sutton, Esher, Walton, Weybridge and throughout the rest of Surrey, large areas of London and within the M25 . We are able to carry out work in the evening and at weekends to meet the customer’s needs. Most of our work is generated through client recommendation as satisfied customers tell others about our skills and professionalism. We give free, no obligation quotes and consultations. No job is too big or too small for us.


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