My son has at last taken the plunge and left home. Life has not been that easy for him and he has on occasions taken his frustrations out on his bedroom.
There are two nominally 150mm holes in the plaster board, and a thin skinned cupboard door has suffered similarly with 3 off 50mm holes.
Guidance requested please on repair approach.
On Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 12:47:59 PM UTC+1, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Many thanks for the link; that will cover the plasterboard repairs - and the solution for them might be a couple of battens of wood inside the hole and held with screws through the surrounding pb, and then the patch just stuck onto those.
It's a large scale filler for the cupboard doors that I'm wondering about - the skin is a just a thin wood veneer with egg-box interior. Three holes up to 75mm in diameter.
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