Let's imagine the situation: You walk into your new apartment, with a fresh, beautiful repair, on which you did not intend to save money.
Visually all the walls are smooth and everything is good. You order and buy a new quality cabinet, and he..... And he - a few centimeters away from the wall. Sound familiar? And if not on personal experience, so from friends or relatives you definitely heard such stories. What to do with it? Where to run? Who to fight with and who is to blame? The furniture maker? The builder? Workers? After cooperation with the team of RSU you will not have such problems, because we know very well: «Why furniture moves away from the wall and how to avoid such situations ????!?!» Perfectly level walls do not happen even at the stages of construction of the house. But! There is a technology of leveling the walls by beacons, which we, in particular, use almost every object. This technology allows you to achieve the most even surface, with a maximum error of 1-2 mm. The initial stage of wall leveling – determination of their convexities and concavities (with the help of a level and a rule). Knowing exactly the irregularities of the wall, we will be able to set the beacon at the desired distance from the wall. The first thing to do is to set out the outermost beacons, then between them stretched thread and from the thread set the rest of the beacons. After the plaster, on which the beacons are installed, has grabbed, you can start plastering.
It is best and easiest to work with gypsum plaster. It's more pliable than lime cement plaster. The RSU team, on all of our properties, on all Remontomania packages uses Knauf's quality mechanized MP75 gypsum wall plaster. The walls will dry depending on the thickness of the layer of plaster applied. And with dried smooth walls further you can do anything you want: paint, paste wallpaper, decorate. And aesthetic problems with furniture will not be any. RSU – work qualitatively, responsibly and we give guarantees for all kinds of repair work. We know our business!
This is how we check the quality of the plaster. 90 degree angles are a must!