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Niche Cladding

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Niche Cladding
Niche Cladding

Video: Niche Cladding

Video: Niche Cladding
Video: Niche Cladding 2023, September
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There is often space under a staircase for what you rarely or not use - a shame, because this way valuable storage space in the niche remains unused! It is no problem to clear out such a niche and use it sensibly. In our case, it was a concrete basement staircase, the underside of which was roughly structured because it was not plastered. The client wanted to cover the niche in order to use the previously unused storage space for his wine bottle collection.

Drywall

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basement partitions

With light basement partitions you can easily change the floor plan of your house

Cover the niche with doors

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After mucking out, we first applied plaster. To do this, first clean the surface, for example with a vacuum cleaner and hand brush. Dirt and loose particles must be removed. Then prime the surface. This binds dust particles and ensures adhesion, particularly on absorbent surfaces.

Since the surface was very uneven in our case, we resorted to plaster (rough filler) that can be applied accordingly thick - there are differences of more than 5 mm. You should always pay attention to the unevenness you need to compensate for and choose a suitable plaster. Corresponding information can usually be found directly on the packaging.

Source: himself is the man

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