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Damp proof coursing / plastering

MK Shrimper

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All,

In the process of converting my spare room to a nursery, I have today ripped off a shed load of pine cladding that was hiding a multitude of sins; Crumbling plaster and on one wall what looks like damp...now on one hand I'm ****ed off with the previous tenants slapdashery, but on the other it's better that MK junior sleeps in a dry room.

So does any one have any knowledge of how much this costs? And if any of you fancy the job, send me a PM and I'll give you more details.

Oh yeah, it's not a huge room by any means - say 15ft x 6ft?
 
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