Founded by Nicholas Appleton in 2000, Appleton Plastering has established a reputation as one of Berkshire’s leading providers of domestic focused interior and exterior plastering services.

With over 20 years’ experience and a real focus on customer satisfaction, you can rely on us for your next project. Our expert plasterers are fully trained to the highest professional standards and all work is conducted in a tidy and professional manor.

We specialising in the following core areas:

  • Exterior Rendering
  • Interior Plastering
  • Decorative Finishes
  • Sound Proofing
  • Insulation
  • Stud Walls
  • Floor Screeding and Latexing
  • Renovation
  • Skimming


We combine quality craftsmanship, superior knowledge and honest prices to provide you with service unmatched by our competitors.


We have the experience, personel and resources to make the project run smoothly. We can ensure a job is done on time.


Work with us involve a carefully planned series of steps, centred around a schedule we stick to and daily communication with our clients.


Years on the Market.

Completed Projects.

A core team of Three Expert Plasterers with support from additional labour when required.


Our aim is to provide superior quality and craftsmanship at an honest price tailored to the requirements set by the client.


  • Constantly Strive For Excellent
  • Provide Superior Quality and Craftsmanship at Honest Prices
  • Retain Our Reputation For Quality
  • Treat Clients and Their Property With Respect


  • Can you render any surface?

    An existing surface must be able to hold the rendering material in place even after it dries. Cement rendering, which is a mixture of lime, clay, cement, and sand, is best applied to cement surfaces. This can include sidewalks and retaining walls.

    For other surfaces, such as painted brick, you might choose an acrylic rendering. This includes acrylic materials added to that cement mixture, which has a stronger adhesion. Acrylic rendering is often chosen for the exterior of brick homes, or for a crumbling chimney.

  • Is rendering a DIY job?

    You may be able to manage a basic cement rendering of a basement area if you’re not overly concerned with the finished appearance of the rendering itself. However, rendering is often more difficult than you may realise, as you need to mix the cement materials together in the right ratio so that they stick to the surface being rendered. You also need to apply the rendering properly so that it doesn’t become too thick, or show lots of swirls and grooves. The rendering also needs to dry properly before it is painted, so that the paint doesn’t just smear and streak. This is why it’s often good to leave most rendering jobs to the professionals.

  • Does the rendering look like concrete?

    Once the rendering dries, it can then be painted virtually any colour. This will prevent it from looking like drab concrete, and even give you the chance to enhance the appearance of any surface with an updated, fresh colour.

  • What is interior rendering?

    A home’s interior can be rendered, with a layer of cement or acrylic rendering added over a wall or floor. The rendering can then be painted, as mentioned. This can cover over cracks and stains in a wall and give them added strength against future cracks. A rendered floor is also very strong and very hygienic, as it won’t hold dust and dirt or other debris as easily as carpeting or floor tiles that have lots of pits and pores.

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