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Rendered Quoins
Quoins are the corner stones of brick or stone walls. Architects and builders use quoins to give the impression of strength and firmness to the outline of a building. Quoinage can be carried out in stone on a stone building, with stone on a predominantly brick building. The most common form of decorative use for a quoins uses an alternative pattern of rectangles that wrap around the wall, mimicking the pattern of stone blocks or brick as they would wrap around a corner and thus join the two walls.








Straight & Arched Cornice
Cornice molding is generally any horizontal decorative molding which crowns any building or furniture element: the cornice over a door or window, for instance, or the cornice around the edge of a pedestal. A simple cornice may be formed just with a crown molding.
The function of the projecting cornice is to throw rainwater free of the building’s walls. In residential building practice, this function is handled by projecting gable ends, roof eaves, and gutters.





Mullion Stones
A mullion acts as an ornamental structural member, and it carries the dead load of the weight above the opening and the wind load acting on the window unit back to the building structure.

Mullion stones add a decorative element to your external walls and windows.


Other services include:

Cornicing Moulds QuoinsPlastering Screeding Dry-Lining
Artexing RenderingTiling
   

 
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