I've got a flat fitted with ESWA ceiling heating. Unfortunately,
about 1 sqare yard of plasterboard got knackered the other day by
a washing machine leak from the flat above - particularly unlucky
as I'm in the process of selling it(!).
From what I can make out, the ESWA heating is based on thin laminated
foil-in-plastic film sheets fixed to the battens.
Question: Apart from being *really*
careful about removing the damaged
board, does anyone know if there are any issues with fitting a new piece
of plasterboard and re-artexing?
I have a plasterer coming on Saturday and he hasn't come across this
exact system before so I want to prep him before he starts sawing
Personally I'm not a big fan of ceiling heating, but I have a duty to
fix the ceiling to the original standard at this stage in the sale.
Much TIA :-)