Maltby Plastering is proud to be a registered member of Norfolk County Council's Trusted Trader scheme. Our approach is always to respect the needs of both the property and the owner.
We won't undertake work unnecessarily, and we will always give you an honest and clear appraisal of likely costs and timings before starting work. We have countless delighted clients, and are very happy to provide testimonials as required.
Bruce holds a Professional Development certificate in Heritage Plastering from the Institute of Heritage Buildings Conservation.
Awarded best Heritage plaster specialists Suffolk
Please look at Orchard Barn website in Suffolk for more info on courses available, for professionals and home owners.
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Your local heritage plasterer
We as an award winning company of Lime plaster specialists, are located in Hingham, we cover the Norfolk and Suffolk areas, we are accredited by Norfolk Trusted Traders.
To discuss your individual requirements and obtain a no obligation quote, there is a small consultancy fee if you require us to assess damp issues in vernacular and Historic property, please contact us.
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Take a look at Orchard Barn for short courses and education on care and repair of historic buildings and homes
See our many connections who have provided us with positive feedback on referenceline.com we are governed by trading standards and acredited by Norfolk County Council.
As traditional lime plasterers, Maltby Plastering Ltd is passionate about the means, methods, and materials used on the care and repair of historic and listed buildings.
We also have recommended craftsmen for heavy oak carpentry, timber frame buildings etc and a historic Brickmason.
Modern impervious materials applied to ancient property and historic buildings, causes serious damage and creates damp issues within the walls of these properties.
It is so important to contact the right craftsmen/women who have the correct skill sets and knowledge of how to conserve our historic buildings for the future. This applies to small buildings up to very large ones, they are all equally as important.
Maltby Plastering Ltd
5 Pottles Alley