Here we show how an archway was moved to a new doorway location and a door put in it’s place. We show how to do this without an arch former and use plasterboard cut to size and shape to suit the location and style requirements. See our videos directly on YouTube as Float129 and subscribe to our channel for more videos and plastering and plumbing tips. … Continue reading
Hope you find my list of do’s and don’ts useful for a happy working relationship with your plasterer… and yes much of it involves tea as we are usually easily pleased. Continue reading
Well, I am loving this experiment so far and what an interesting day!
Stats: Tweets=19, Following=184, Followers=49, Mentions=8, Reach 474 (Twitter Analyzer showed our Reach yesterday as 3112) Blog Hits = 30
Thanks for following! I just read an article suggesting I link to a bit about me as a fellow Tweeter so here goes …
Most of my tweets are general chit chat or about plastering, plumbing, garage conversions and generally running a small business in the trades sector. I am a bit of a newbie but have read info to pick up tips. Sorry if I get things wrong occasionally or don’t follow twitter etiquette.
Other info on me as a Tweeter:
- A lot of my followers are either based in Huntingdon, and Cambridgeshire or are connected with trades or small businesses in some way (though there are spammers in my list that I haven’t got rid of yet)
- I will try to RT and Mention as much as possible, when relevant & interesting to followers or when I think they could contribute or give advice or join in fun
- If you want including on a #ff just DM me but don’t be offended if I don’t #ff you as it’s probably that I have #ff too many people that day and don’t want to irritate others.
- My wife is my business partner who sometimes tweets for Float. To follow her directly @maxinemaxxy or @creditmanageruk
For more info on our services please visit http://www.float.ltd.uk
Thanks for following and looking forward to our tweets
This garage conversion created space for 3 office workstations plus a reception room.
We fixed a plumbing leak and repaired the ceiling and skimmed the ceiling smooth.
For this bathroom refit the bath, basin, toilet, shower and radiator were replaced and the basin was mounted onto a vanity unit with marble top.
This bathroom in Huntingdon was refitted to remove the bath and fit a large shower enclosure with a tall cabinet. The basin and toilet were replaced, the floor was tiled, the ceiling was skimmed and the walls were painted. Spotlights were fitted to the smooth ceiling.