Artex Reversal

Artex is a thin coating of tough plaster that is used as a decorative treatment for walls and ceilings. Artex can be left as a roughened surface or formed into swirls or other patterns. Artex was often used in older houses to disguise a cracked or stained ceiling. Removing Artex is laborious work but luckily it can often be hidden with a thin coat of new smooth plaster. Old Artex coatings may contain asbestos. Never sand or chip away the coating.


If you require Artex Reversal work done in your business or in your home, why not contact us for a no obligation quotation now.

We offer competitive prices, and to assure the quality of our work. We are a member of GN alliance where, a strict standard has to be met in order to gain this mark of quality and we are also under constant monitoring from the board.

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