Coving and Cornice Wirral
Coving and Cornice Installation & Repair
Plaster coving and cornice is the perfect way to finish a room. Finishing off with coving and cornice has multiple benefits. Apart from adding a touch of class to the room, coving and cornice are excellent for hiding any uneven joints between walls and ceilings. We like to think of coving and cornice as the icing on the cake.
If you need a professional plastering service in Wirral to install coving or cornice, get in touch with us on phone number.
What are the Benefits of Adding Coving and Cornice to a Room?
One of the major benefits of installing coving and cornice in a room is that it’s great for concealing uneven joints between the ceilings and walls. Cornice and coving are both used for the same purpose, but they are made from different materials.
Cornice is made from 100% plaster of Paris, and it’s primarily used in listed buildings and period property restoration in Wirral. Coving is made of gypsum, and its outer skin is made from paper, just like plasterboard.
Professional Coving and Cornice Installation and Repair throughout Wirral and Surrounding Areas
We are experts in repairing and installing coving and cornice. We can match the profile of your existing cornice, remove the damaged area and install new lengths of a perfectly matched cornice.
Homes in Chester typically have Edwardian, Victorian, or Georgian themes. Whether you are building a new home, updating your current home, or renovating a historic building, you need to choose the right cornice and cove to match the property.
Victorian and Georgian Cornice Repair and Installation
Georgian and Victorian cornice are the two most popular types of cornice that we install or repair throughout Wirral.
Historical buildings in Chester, Liverpool, and Wirral dating from 1714 to 1837 are likely to have Georgian cornice. However, you can use Georgian cornice in a modern property to help create a historic look and feel. Victorian and Georgian cornice can both be used to increase a property’s value.
Buildings built between 1837 to 1901 are likely to have Victorian cornice. Most properties built in this era have some type of cornice; it wasn’t reserved for wealthy households. The floral designs and intricate patterns of Victorian coving bring a nice visual effect to your ceiling. It is usually accompanied by a beautiful ceiling rose.
Ceiling Rose Installation
A ceiling rose adds a more ornate look and feel to a room. If you’re having coving or cornice repaired or installed, consider having a beautiful ceiling rose installed at the same time. If cornice and coving are like the icing on a cake, a ceiling rose is a cherry on top. The combination of beautifully designed cornice or coving complete with a beautiful ceiling rose will add style and decadence to your property and increase its value.
If you want to enhance your home’s visual details, consider adding wall mouldings and dado and perhaps coving lighting. Consider adding external coving to your home to complete the ornamental finish.
The Highest Quality Cornice Repair and Replacement Service throughout Wirral, Chester, and Liverpool
Suppose you need cornice or coving replacement or repair. In that case, you must contact a professional to ensure that the work is finished to a very high standard.
We use superior strength plaster to create our mouldings, and they are made to last a very long time. Whether you need someone to repair, replace or restore some cornice, we are only a phone call away!
We are the leading coving and cornice installation and repair specialists throughout the Wirral, Liverpool, Ellesmere Port, and Chester. Other services we offer are skim coats, plasterboarding walls, interior wall repair and ceiling repairs!
Free No Obligation Quote
If you would like us to repair, replace or install a new cornice pick up the phone and call phone number to discuss your requirements with us. Our quotes are completely free and will not cost you a penny!