Over the next 3 articles Sydney Wide Plastering will be providing you with some good advice and tips and tricks on installing or repairing a ceiling. When it comes to ceiling repairs in Sydney – from installing a new ceiling or patching up an old one it is a big project. It doesn’t matter if you plan to take this on as a D.I.Y project or you plan to hire the professionals from Sydney Wide Plastering there are a number of mistakes that can be made. When you think about it your ceiling is one of the biggest parts of your home, and it’s pretty important – so if you make a mistake it can be dangerous! The good news is that most of the common mistakes can be avoided quite easily and over our series of blogs we will tell you what those mistakes are and how they can be avoided. We advise you on how to install or repair a ceiling (and how NOT to) and what to look out for when hiring professional ceiling repairers in Sydney. Don’t take on a big D.I.Y project For many home owners a ceiling isn’t a part of your home that you really take much notice of – until it needs painting, or until something happens. Your ceiling is a very important part of your home and it needs to be installed properly. When it comes to ceiling repairs in Sydney or to installing a brand new ceiling very few of you reading this will have the skills needed to do the job properly. Hanging gyprock – especially over your head is a big challenge – you still have to pay attention to measuring and is a LOT more work than you would think. Unless you have experience or you have a friend who does – call in the team from Sydney Wide Plastering – they have the experience to get the job done right safely and properly. Leave jobs like this to those who know what they are doing! Installing ceiling tiles or repairing some damage is easier and while you probably don’t need the help of professional ceiling repairers in Sydney – it still means you need the knowledge – if not the skills. Ask questions, and if you still don’t think you can do it – call Sydney Wide Plastering.