House Mouldings Have a Myriad of Uses

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Supplying high grade polystyrene (V.H. grade) for concrete formwork is a slightly different use for lightweight mouldings. The mouldings were used to create concrete formwork for unusual shapes on a CBD city building project by L.U. Simon, using sub-contractors Roman Precast.  The Finishing Touch are experts in the development of lightweight mouldings and were called upon to supply to this high level project.

Another project they are currently working on is for a postmodern home in Sandy Street, Nunawading.  They are supplying window mouldings for all the windows, the decorative mouldings are flat band architraves and flat windowsills.  These exterior mouldings will be manufactured and installed in about two month’s time.

A two storey house of approximately sixty squares in Jubilee Street, Mount Waverley is another postmodern design for which the Finishing Touch will be supplying decorative mouldings. The architraves and window sill mouldings will be for all the windows around the house, on the upper and lower storeys.  A narrow stinger exterior moulding will be installed across the porch.  The components are now being manufactured in the factory and will be installed by the end of the month.

A large fifty to sixty squares house, designed in the French Provincial style, at 38 Nicholson Street, North Balwyn is using quoinings supplied by the Finishing Touch.  These will be completed and installed on the lower level of the house by the end of the month.  All customers that use the Manufacturers of the Finishing Touch range, Advanced Mould’s accredited installers will enjoy a seven year warranty on the mouldings and fixing.

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