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Coving, Cornice, and Plaster Coving

Plaster coving and cornice both offer a professional, smart-looking finish to any room. Coving creates a seamless connection between almost any wall and ceiling, and it also provides additional sound and heat insulation. This is a particularly useful product when used with insulated plasterboard.

Typically, coving refers to profiled mouldings which slot between walls and ceilings to conceal the joints and any cracking. This shouldn’t be confused with architrave, which relates to mouldings that sit above windows, doors and other openings.

Ceiling coving and ceiling cornice both make elegant additions to any household. Naturally, decorative elements in older properties will gradually wear out over time, and plaster cornice is a practical solution that keeps a house’s smoothness and traditional elements intact.

Generally, these products are made out of plaster, expanded polystyrene, polyurethane or even timber. We can supply various types of coving in a variety of dimensions and high-quality finishes that are sure to provide a worthy addition to any room.

Be sure to check out the best type of coving adhesive and any fixings or tape and jointing tools which will prove helpful when installing coving. If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly.

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Plaster coving and cornice both offer a professional, smart-looking finish to any room. Coving creates a seamless connection between almost any wall and ceiling, and it also provides additional sound and heat insulation. This is a particularly useful product when used with insulated plasterboard.

Typically, coving refers to profiled mouldings which slot between walls and ceilings to conceal the joints and any cracking. This shouldn’t be confused with architrave, which relates to mouldings that sit above windows, doors and other openings.

Ceiling coving and ceiling cornice both make elegant additions to any household. Naturally, decorative elements in older properties will gradually wear out over time, and plaster cornice is a practical solution that keeps a house’s smoothness and traditional elements intact.

Generally, these products are made out of plaster, expanded polystyrene, polyurethane or even timber. We can supply various types of coving in a variety of dimensions and high-quality finishes that are sure to provide a worthy addition to any room.

Be sure to check out the best type of coving adhesive and any fixings or tape and jointing tools which will prove helpful when installing coving. If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly.