Much easier than internal linings, the cornice is relatively simple to install. In this stage you will also take care of your internal door mouldings and skirting. Not may owner builders get sub-contractors to install these as it is very simple to do yourself.
Unlike with timber homes, the move to lighter gauge materials and boxed sections in the steel frames allows the use of new nailing techniques or cheaper needle point screws. Nailing, or a combination of nails and screws may also be used depending on the application.
Serves as a trim around door frames, windows or wall openings in which no doors are hung, hides the gap between wall lining and door-jamb/window frames.
Originally designed to protect walls from "chair back" damage, chair rail is now used primarily decoratively. It is generally affixed at a height of 900mm - 1000mm.
(dado cap) - Dado rail is generally affixed between 900mm - 1500mm in height to cover the exposed top edges of timber panelling boards fitted vertically to the lower portion of the wall.
Fixed horizontally and running high around the perimeter of a room, the "hanging" function is facilitated by means of a formed metal hook which securely locates over the uppermost rounded surface of the picture rail.