Lightweight Mouldings For New Homes

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Several new projects has kept the Finishing Touch busy lately.  Commencing in four weeks lightweight mouldings for eave parapets and normal parapets, as well as stringers will be manufactured and installed to a new, modern home of 40 squares in Taylors Lakes, west of Melbourne between Sydenham and Keilor.  The architectural mouldings are lightweight as they are manufactured from computer cut high grade EPS polystyrene.  They are then triple coated with a multi-part compound and reinforced with a triple coating of sand for maximum strength and durability.

A stunning French provincial two storey home of 50 squares is being built in Henley Street, Balwyn for which the Finishing Touch are currently manufacturing parapets, arches and stringers in the factory, as well as quoinings to decorate columns.  Close by in North Balwyn a high value home of two storeys and fifty squares is being constructed in the French Provincial style.  The Finishing Touch are manufacturing the house mouldings for parapets, quoinings, columns, stringers and window sills to help give the home a genuine French Provincial look.  These mouldings will not crack, shrink, expand or bend and will last for many years still looking brand new. The architectural mouldings for both houses will be installed shortly, once manufacture is complete.

In Rowell Avenue, Camberwell another beautiful French Provincial home of two storeys and fifty squares is being built.  The Finishing Touch have been commissioned to provide exterior mouldings to complete and complement the French Provincial look with eave mouldings, parapet mouldings, stringer mouldings, window sill mouldings and window architraves.


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