The Exciting Moment When A New Home Façade Comes To Life!

Decorative mouldings on post modern home.

Decorative mouldings on post modern home.

It’s getting close! With the production of Finishing Touch decorative mouldings for a two storey, post-modern home in Maude Avenue, East Doncaster nearly completed, site works are about to commence. The house façade will come alive with the addition of French provincial window architraves and matching sills, with feature window headers over the lower storey windows and garage windows. The entrance will be beautifully enhanced with feature architraves further decorated with rivets. French provincial parapets and under gutter moulds create an elegant finish to the house.

 

A double storey, French provincial house in Templestowe is currently under development. This rather grand design has no less than seven arches, each measuring one metre in diameter as well as three round tapered columns with plinths for the bases of the columns. There’s the usual eave mouldings and parapet mouldings, but also unusual scotia mouldings, which are window reveals, that sit inside the window architraves, touching on the glass; these are sized at 115mm x 85mm.

 

A builder in Wangaratta is working on a Project that requires 200 lengths of decorative mouldings each 3 metres long x 20 mm and has contracted the Finishing Touch to manufacture their lightweight, high quality decorative mouldings for the purpose. The builder has elected to install the mouldings himself, being in a regional area. Usually the Finishing Touch supply their own contractors to install their decorative mouldings, as they use a proprietary render patch system which virtually eliminates any sign of joins and offer a seven year warranty on all fixing.

 

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