plastering name

Discussion in 'Other Trades Talk' started by losewire, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. losewire

    losewire New Member

    hi guy's has anyone got a good suggestion for a business name for a plastering outfit ?
  2. dj.

    dj. New Member

    "slat it on and bother none
  3. plastererboy

    plastererboy New Member

    Am in the plastering trade myself as u can see from my username!! Heh! I know someone who calls his own plastering biz "Mr Smooth" Plastering contractor and it sure works!! never short of work, u could always use your surname then plastering or Initials then plastering!

    like "SMiths' Plastering Co." or "MDS Plastering" get a cool logo to make it look great and pro!

    As ppl once they give u a chance and see your quality of work the word of mouth will go out and biz will pick up bit by bit or come streaming in.. who knows,, quality of work and honesty, reputation is most important.

  4. Clarts

    Clarts New Member

    Plastering Solutions
  5. VF

    VF New Member

    "Get plastered!" ahh the old ones are the best....

    If you can come up with a tag line like Mr smooth then go for it. If not just keep it simple like plasterboy suggested, but get a great logo sorted out.

    Up north in Newcastle (my patch) ive heard stories of a plasterer who goes by the title "the hollywood plasterer" RUMOUR has it he turns up for estimates/quotes AND work in a suit/shirt and tie! Aparently he does'nt see why he can't turn up to work looking smart.

    Personaly I think it's a load of multi finish but the story lives on....
  6. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    ive started so i'll "FINISH"

  7. Bcountry

    Bcountry New Member

    Try These;

    Robbin Bastards Ltd
    Failed School (plastering) Ltd
    Smoothing **** Ltd
    While You Out I'll Do Your Wife (plastering) Ltd
    No Brains (plastering) Ltd

    Good luck
  8. Bcountry

    Bcountry New Member

    Sorry, Forgot the wink - as I was only joshing!
  9. !!

    !! Active Member

    the best slogan i've seen was 'fed up with the cowboys try the indians'

    Only works if you are Indian though
  10. !!

    !! Active Member

    We have a Dr skim, thats quite memorable
  11. losewire

    losewire New Member

    some good ideas and some bonus fun thanks folks
  12. PDPS

    PDPS New Member

    A Jolly Good Spread
  13. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

    The smoth plasterer
  14. PDPS

    PDPS New Member

    Flat Boyz
  15. ­

    ­ New Member

    How about -

    "Slop it on, charge a lot and leave you to clear up the mess Plastering Co"

    I think I've used them several times in the past :(
  16. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    me too vcm, how is this practice acceptale!!!! you cant do it in any other trade!
  17. Scim1

    Scim1 New Member

    Spread it & leg it.

    J Cashonly plastering
  18. yorkshireboy

    yorkshireboy Member

    How about -

    "Slop it on, charge a lot and leave you to
    o clear up the mess Plastering Co"

    I think I've used them several times in the past :(

    These lads sound familiar to me as well
  19. Northernroofer

    Northernroofer New Member

    There is a 'Completely Plastered' in my area, noticed the van a while ago and now see it everyday parked in the same spot morning noon and night , The guy either works funny shifts or his 'catchy' name just aint cutting it!
  20. matt splatt

    matt splatt New Member

    All you have to do is think of a name easy to remember and not to much of a mouth full. I'm simply M Lawrence Plastering, not much thought went into it, i have a simple easy to read logo a simple company name and one hell of a lot of work.
    In other words its not how catchy the name is its how good your work is. I no longer advertise as i don't need to and its not my name that achieved that. Keep it simple

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