Wall work

Professionally executed bricklaying, plastering and screed work

Whether for a new build or as part of a refurbishment:

Screed should always be poured by experts in order to achieve ideal results. Only if the material has been used in an absolutely professional manner will the rooms then have a straight and even floor on which the desired floor covering can be laid.

Swiss Renovation GmbH is available with a great deal of expertise and experience, especially for various screed work

Wall work:

Swiss Renovation GmbH turns your masonry wishes and visions into reality. Economical, reliable and high-quality - simply carefree building. Renovating or converting your living space usually involves bricklaying work, no matter how complex the bricklaying work is, the Swiss Renovation Team will ensure that your ideas are implemented professionally. It doesn't matter whether we are putting in new or load-bearing walls to create a new room layout or whether we are renovating dilapidated building fabric. Our trademark and recipe for success is genuine quality work - with a price-performance ratio to match. Modern technology and processing methods promise precision and reliability.

Cleaning work:

Within the scope of Swiss Renovation GmbH's range of services, drywall and plaster work are an important part of our experience. We take care of the dry construction in compliance with all regulations and fire protection measures. In our commissions, it is not only the restoration of rooms, walls and floors that is relevant, but also the sound quality of a room. Plastering interior walls and ceilings not only meets functional but also aesthetic requirements. In addition to leveling out unevenness in the substrate, the plaster itself serves either as the visual designer of the surface or as the basis for such a surface, such as a coat of paint or wallpaper.

Screed construction:

In screed construction, screed surfaces are produced as components on a load-bearing substrate. The screed in the building lies above the load-bearing floor slab or floor slab and below the floor covering. It is used to compensate for unevenness in the building shell, to achieve a certain height, as well as impact sound and insulation values, to accommodate the floor covering and to distribute the load under the coverings.