Estate Plaster Inc.
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Phillip repaired the plaster ceilings in our 1940s home. They were sagging down due to the weight of the plaster and the type of construction / fasteners used during that period of time. We actually had one ceiling collapse while we were out with absolutely no warning - no cracks or visible damage. When a second area started to show signs of sagging we called Phillip. He secured all the ceilings to the support structures, patched, and painted. We are very pleased as it was a matter of time before a disaster would have happened.Aug 24, 2015
Phillip repaired a very prominent crack in my plaster ceiling and it looks like new. He did a very thorough job and took all the steps necessary to make sure it would last. I feel confident recommending his services.Aug 10, 2015
We had extensive restoration of the plaster walls and ceilings in 5 room of our 100 year old craftsman home, as well as doing work in the main stairway and second story hallway. The crew was easy to work with, knowledgeable and they started and completed the job as bid and at the agreed price Along the way we were kept informed of any development, and the necessary adjustments typical of a large job in an old house were easily addressed and worked through to mutual satisfaction. If you are seeking to keep your plaster, I recommend Estate Plaster without hesitation.Aug 10, 2015
Phillip did a great job restoring the ceiling plaster in our 1923 house in Winston-Salem. From demo to finished ceilings he was fast and incredibly neat. We highly recommend Estate Plaster.Aug 1, 2015Estate Plaster Inc.'s reply
Thank you Paul, glad we could help.
I had trouble locating a person with the knowledge to repair my water damaged plaster walls. Philip did such an excellent job that you would never even know it had occurred! His confidence and expertise are unparalleled. I highly recommend his business.Aug 3, 2015Estate Plaster Inc.'s reply
Much appreciated Kelly!
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Though we start from a linear or square foot basis, depending on the nature of the damage, the cost is adjusted for a number of other things, including total job size, travel, time constraints or conditions imposed by the customer. Time of year may play a part. Spring is our busiest, while it can be slow during the holidays.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We like to get a good idea of the project before coming to look at it. Talking with our potential customers ensures that the they want the services we provide. The first discussion is crucial in determining a number of things. Usually, customers simply call the phone number listed any number of places online and we start with that discussion. Thumbtack is a little different because there is an expectation that an actual quote can be given in spite of that initial conversation or even a site visit. So many crucial details need to be determined for a real quote, so it isn't as simple as making a request for a quote. Each job is different and each customer's needs are different. If you are serious about fixing your plaster professionally, give us a call.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a degree in Architectural design and apprenticed for 7 years with a successful painting company in Chicago, 5 of those years as a crew leader. I continually examine our processes to see how we can do what we do better, communicate clearer, save time and money for the homeowner. There is no formal program for education in this craft.