Hoerst Plastering is your source for exceptional work in plastering, drywall, and stucco from new to repair work. We provide excellent service and attention to detail in both residential and commercial properties. Our specialties include repairing and patching plaster, stucco and drywall. We restore the surface to its original form from life's minor crisis, such as plumbing access holes, water damage, or even the accident that made a hole in the wall. Unfortunately, these issues do occur and need to be addressed therefore feel confident in calling Hoerst Plastering and make an appointment at 513-821-8961.
As a full-service plaster repair company, we are able to repair your old walls and ceilings from cracks, holes, or unsightly previously repaired areas you are unhappy with using new plaster in order to bring these areas back to their original form. Plaster repairs include: fixing hairline cracks that often occur when the seasons change, water damage, skimming unwanted areas or ceilings that have begun to break down. In the end we make the wall or ceiling look new again and prepare it for paint or paper.
Along with repairing plaster, our company repairs, patches, and installs new drywall. Conventional stucco is another specialty that we repair and install. Like plaster we use the same methods for installations or replacements as when the house or building was built. Stucco is unique in the sense that it has a long history around the globe in in the exterior application of homes and buildings with a variety of textures. Portland cement and sand are the main ingredients. It is a three coat system involving a scratch coat, brown coat and finish coat. Part of the allure of stucco for an exterior finish is the texture. Textures are the finishing touch to a quality stucco job and we do our best to match existing textures or create a unique look for your home.
As a maintenance service between the seasons of spring, summer, fall, and to winter we can provide you with an annual check up of your existing stucco. This service includes looking over the building and diagnosing problem areas before they occur. When dealing with stucco protecting the finish is of utmost importance. A method to prevent problems is caulking minor cracks preventing serious problems in the future.