Add Style and Character To Your New Home or Renovation With House Mouldings

Eave Mouldings

Architectural decorative mouldings add style and character to a home.  Now with the new lightweight mouldings available from the Finishing Touch it is easier to add house mouldings to a build or home renovation. A new fifty squares, double storey home being built in Sandford Street, Highett has used the Finishing Touch lightweight Flatband mouldings to create a decorative finish.  The Flatbands are supplied in twelve lengths, each three metres long x 120mm. x 50 mm. in a sandstone finish, ready for painting once installed.

Decorating windows with mouldings can really dress up a home. Window architrave and window sill mouldings were chosen to finish a brand new, single storey post-modern home of 38 squares in Orchard Lane, Warren Heip, near Ballarat recently.

A project under development in Jasper Place, Donvale  is for a build of a two storey, fifty squares house which will use a number of decorative mouldings to create a stylish finish to the home.  The house mouldings selected are :
Parapet mouldings
window architraves
garage architraves
window sills
stingers

Wantirna Home Repairs, a home repair company, has called on the Finishing Touch to supply a stringer mould to replicate an existing stringer measuring 90mm x 40mm. This replica stringer represents ten metres of the existing façade. The lightweight moulding will be manufactured from a high grade EPS polystyrene, then triple coated with a multi-part compound and reinforced with a triple coating of sand for a sandstone finish.  The moulding is then factory coated in a clear primer to seal, ready for painting.

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