Large Parapet Mouldings, French Provincial Parapets, Window Architraves & a Keystone

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Example of parapet mouldings supplied for a commercial apartment build

A new build in St. Kilda, Victoria, a commercial apartment building, 16 storeys high, will be finished with 270 metres in total of large parapet mouldings supplied and installed by The Finishing Touch. These large parapets mouldings, measuring 670mm x 600mm, will be placed on two levels. 135 metres of parapets per level will extend around the full perimeter of the building, creating a handsome finish to the building through the use of architectural decorative mouldings.

A large rural property in Strathdale, near Bendigo, Victoria will be supplied with three types of French Provincial parapet mouldings for the extensive residential home on the property. The parapets measure:
160mm x 150mm
120mm x 110mm
170mm x 150mm

Currently under development is a house in sought after area Palm Beach, north of Sydney in NSW. The property is 60 squares, architecturally designed and built in a rural style with weatherboards, a stone chimney and stonework around the base of the building.  The Finishing Touch would supply window architraves for all thirty five windows on the building.

Another house under development is in Caulfield, Victoria. This 45 square, post-modern, double storey home will be very stylish, being finished with a range of decorative mouldings. French Provincial parapet mouldings, measuring 180mm x 139mm, will extend around the entire perimeter of the building and window architraves for four windows with matching sills will be installed on the upper storey. The architraves measure 100mm x 45mm, with sills measuring 133mm x 90mm. Quoining panels, measuring 450mm long x 300mm high will extend out from the building by 40mm. A smaller parapet is to be used on the lower level, measuring 150mm x 100mm. Two French Provincial window architraves and matching sills, the same as for the top storey will decorate the lower storey. There will be a keystone to mark the entrance and six pier caps on the fencing.

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