Ceiling plaster sheeting that is sagging.
Sagging plaster sheeting. Identified by Peter Weddell, owner/operator of Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service and Queensland Building Inspection Service, QBIS.
Large gap between roof frame and ceiling plaster sheeting.
Unacceptable degrees of sagging:
Popping of securings and extensive sagging of ceiling lining.
Significant gap between the ceiling lining and bottom chord of a roof truss.
Sagging of interior ceiling plaster.
Sagging plaster sheeting.
- Unfortunately the majority of the ceiling plaster linings in these photos are beyond re-securing and would require replacing. It can also be very messy if insulation has been fitted above the ceilings.
- Replacing ceiling linings can be an expensive problem that you need to be aware of when buying a property and must be addressed ASAP.
- The longer it is left the lesser likely it can be secured without the need for replacing.
- All ceiling linings sag to varying degrees, the problem is when they sag beyond repair.
- The degree must be determined by a trades person that is willingly to guarantee their repair work and replace linings, where necessary.
Some information that may be of use
QBCC Guide on acceptable tolerances, booklet
For independent Building Inspections Brisbane in all suburbs, Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service. qbis.com.au