Extreme Mouldings Products
Skirting Boards are also called ” Baseboards, Mop boards, Floor Moulding, Mouldings “. The materials used to make skirting boards are commonly Supawood ( MDF ), Meranti Hardwod, Saligna Hardwood, Pine Softwood and now the modern skirting boards are made of plastic. A skirting board is the piece of material that covers the lowest part of an interior wall. The purpose of a skirting board is to cover the joint part of the wall and the floor, it is used to protect the wall from any damages done by a mop or broom or vacuum cleaner, It is also used to cover the imperfections of the uneven finish of tiling or laminate flooring. Skirting application can be either done by nailing to the wall, using a nail gun to shoot a nail into the skirting and wall or they can also be glued on with an adhesive.Skirting boards are also now used to uplift thee aesthetics of any room.
Our simple and versatile blind range will trn any house into a home, from our Venetian blinds, roller blinds, block out blinds, to our state of the art motorized blinds. We have the most comprehensive blind range in South Africa and have been installing blind projects perfectly for the past 5 years. We do not just manufacture and supply a blind, we also deliver and install your blind. We like to call them window dressings that adorn windows. Our blind materials consist of Basswood blinds, PVC blinds, Block out Blinds, Sheer weave Blinds,Bamboo Blinds, Aluminium Blinds in the 25mm 35mm and 50mm slat width range
All ceiling roses are made out of light weight polystyrene and the harder sister foam, polyurethane. The ceiling roses are applied to the ceiling or exterior or interior walls for aesthetics and to enhance a plain ceiling. The ceiling rose helps and assists the light or chandelier with becoming incorporated into the ceiling. Out ceiling roses come in a wide variety of designs and sizes to suite your room design. the chandelier is always the focal point of the room, not the ceiling rose, so when choosing your size and design, always remember that the ceiling rose must be the same diameter or smaller than the chandelier.
Our cornices are manufactured using the highest quality polystyrene materials, we manufacture the cornices in 3 different quality finishes, High Density Cornice ( The smoothest finish) This cornice is extruded. Medium Density Cornice ( Slightly textured finish ) This cornice is hot wire cut , using a XPS board, Low Density Cornice ( Rough textured finish ) Cheap and cheerful that fits into any one’s budget, This cornice is hot wire cut using EPS board. A cornice is simply glued to the ceiling and wall to give a room more aesthetics and allows to have the cornice finished off. With our cornices you are able to chase wires behind the cornice first and then apply the cornice to the wall and ceiling. We are able to manufacture any shape, size and density cornice that you require. Matching up to an existing cornice that cannot be sourced? no issue at all, as long as we have a sample we will be able to cut the exact same profile as your sample.
The mouldings can be applied to the ceiling to enhance a plain dull ceiling or it can also be applied to cover an imperfection in the ceiling, like a hole in the ceiling or to cover an existing light hole. The mouldings are made out of supawood (MDF) or natural woods like meranti pine or saligna. Polystyrene is the most common material used to manufacture the mouldings as they are light weight and can be simply glued to the ceiling or wall to make paneling.
There is only 3 designs in our corbel range. The corbels are made of the hard polyurethane foam. When installing the corbel, an adhesive is used to apply the corbel to the wall or surface. Corbels are used to enhance the look of fireplaces, applied to the bottom of a shelf to make as if the corbels are holding the shelf up, and corbels are also used in entrance or under the cooker hood of an extractor fan in the kitchen.
A dado rail was used in the Victorian era for aesthetics and to also provide a protective rail from the chair hitting and damaging the wall. A dado rail is also used to divide a large wall that is plain and needs to be “broken” to make it more of a focal point of the room. Dado rails are normally installed 850mm to 1250mm high on the wall from the floor, Dado rails can also be installed higher to give it a purpose of a picture rail. Our dado rails are manufactured in all natural and MDF wood, polystyrene and also a harder sister foam of polystyrene called polyurethane.
Ceiling tiles are simply stuck to the ceiling with an adhesive to jazz up the look and feel of a plain ceiling. The ceiling tiles are also used when there is a blemish in the ceiling or an imperfection. The ceiling tiles are made of polystyrene, they are light weight and can be painted with a PVA based paint. The size of the tiles are a standard 500mm X 500mm size. Ceiling tiles can also be glued to a wall to make a focal point in a room for an accent/feature wall. The polystyrene ceiling tile does also add to the acoustic dampening in a room and also the insulation of a ceiling.