More stories about Plaster

  • At the Helm

    It could be argued that the National Plasterers Council couldn’t ask for a better leader at this juncture in its history than Edgar Sanchez.

  • A Dueling Nature

  • Plasterers Plan to Broaden Mission

    One of the industry’s major trade associations is updating its mission to better reflect the changing nature of its members’ businesses.

  • Spot the Mark

    It’s an all-too-familiar story: The pool’s surface looked pristine when filling began — but a few weeks or months later, patches of small white spots have appeared along the walls or floor

  • NPC Conference Promotes Education, Unity

    Attendance exceeded expectations for the National Plasterers Council’s 23rd annual conference.

  • Chipping Away

    Plaster demolition work isn’t pretty. Unfortunately, this sometimes becomes too apparent in the finished product

  • NPC Launches Start-Up Certification

    The National Plasterers Council is rolling out a certification program for builders and servicepeople utilizing the NPC pool start-up method

  • NPC Conference Returns to the Big Easy

    In spite of a down economy, officials at the National Plasterers Council expect a strong turnout at the group’s annual conference.

  • A Death on Taconic Road

    When most of us think of a homicide, images of plaster, rebar and a pool pump don’t typically come to mind.

  • Saturation Calculation

    Whether the job involves starting up a brand-new plaster pool or maintaining chemistry in an old fiberglass vessel, pool professionals know that a proper understanding of water balance is essential.