Cornicing

A cornice is usually a horizontal, decorative moulding that is used to crown a building or furniture element. Traditionally cornices were used to throw rainwater free of a building, but in modern times they have been used both externally and internally as a decorative feature to give a building an air of class and sophistication.

There are many types of cornices available, or if you require a brand new cornice for your property, David Fisher & Sons will act as a cornice maker and cornice installer – it will offer you a range of historical enrichments and embellishments which you can base your choice on and then it will produce and install a cornice that is just right for you. It has the knowledge and expertise to undertake any type of cornicing.

At C.Owens we aim to provide quality workmanship at reasonable prices. We are very thorough in our approach and we will keep you informed and up to date with any developments on the job as they happen.

We have a wide range of trade contacts that we are more than happy to recommend to you. We are also very flexible plasterers who can work weekends or out of hours to meet deadlines and get the job done. 

However big or small the job we can provide a service.

below is an example list of cornices available;

  • Decorative Cornices

    This include cornices in a Greek, Gothic or Vine Style.

    Plain Moulded Cornices

    These include cornices in a Cove, Georgian
    and Victorian Style

  • Custom Cornices

    If you require a brand new cornice for your property, David Fisher & Sons will act as a cornice maker and cornice installer.

    Modern Cornices

    This includes cornices such as Step Cornice and Lighting Troughs

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