New York & New Jersey Premier Plastering Company
Since 1980 we have been providing superior European craftsmanship when it comes to plastering and dry walling homes and businesses in New Jersey and New York. Small/repair jobs welcomed.
- In Business Since 1980
- Highly Experienced Craftsmen On All Jobs
- Owner Supervision on Job at All Times
- Old Walls Finished Like New
Expert Plastering Service
At Bestwall Plastering, we are committed to superior services for residential and commercial properties. Our plastering contractor offers plastering services for all your New York, New Jersey and Connecticut home improvement and repair needs. Working mainly with homeowners and general contractors, our licensed and insured company guarantees all of our quality workmanship, which is backed by years of experience.Read More
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Skilled Plasterwork Repair & Installation Artisans
Plasterwork is one of the most ancient of handicrafts employed in connection with building operations, the earliest evidence showing that the dwellings of primitive man were erected in a simple fashion with sticks and plastered with mud. Soon a more lasting and sightly material was found and employed to take the place of mud or slime, and that perfection in the compounding of plastering materials was approached at a very remote period is made evident by the fact that some of the earliest plastering which has remained undisturbed excels in its scientific composition that which we use at the present day.
- How To Clean & Maintain Wall Plaster
- Differences Between Venetian Plaster & Stucco
Caring for your plaster walls is smart. By patching holes, fixing cracks, replacing crumbled plaster, painting, and keeping the surface clean, you avoid extensive plaster repairs and the surface stays beautiful for many years to come. While there are different types of plaster available today, this basic guide on how to clean and maintain plaster […]
Venetian plaster in New York and New Jersey is a texturing technique that has a long history that dates back to the Roman Empire. The materials and original techniques were developed in Italy. It was developed as a faux decorative wall finish that was designed to simulate the look of marble and granite. When applied correctly […]