What we do
Cornice Mouldings renders a sculptured elegance to soften the angles where walls meet ceilings and transform living rooms, hallways, bedrooms, and dens from austere and angular boxes into serene and unified rooms in which to relax or entertain.
Cornice Trim Ltd. since 1991 has been servicing the residential, commercial, entertainment, hotel and restaurant markets. That’s because architects, builders, designers and refined homeowners know we provide superior quality architectural embellishments, with cost-effective pricing and uncompromising installation and service.
Inspired by popular historical and classical architectural designs, our cornice moulding collection will enhance any new construction, renovation, or re-decoration project to ensure a distinctive and lasting impression.
How we do it
- Adapting techniques from the Picture Frame Industry, and combining old world methods with the latest technology, yielding precise architectural depthsite
resulting in a extremely durable product.
- We use only MDF wood, specifically chosen for its structural integrity. Because it will not crack, shrink or expand, this wood is ideally suited for cornice moulding. FYI, because of these characteristics MDF is a chosen platform for most hi-end painted high gloss furniture.
- It is easily cut with a saw and installed with finishing nails using common white glue as an adhesive and sealer on all joints. We also use our own world renowned Instantbond adhesive on every joint for a permanent adhesion that will never open, we guarantee it.
- Latex non shrinking caulking is used for the final fill and trim. The availability of profiles in lengths up to 16 ft. means fewer joints to deal with and a more solid and unified appearance.
- An average 3000 sq. ft. home is easily transformed into an architectural wonder in less than one day with minimal mess or frustration.
- Cornice Trim Ltd. architecturally-designed mouldings provide the only truly realistic alternative to such products as expensive, brittle and messy plaster, environmentally-damaging and toxic polyurethane, plastic, or cement-covered Styrofoam, which is expensive, lacks architectural detail and better suited to exterior use.