Ceiling Coving Fitters in Bournemouth
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WE SUPLY & FIT QUALITY CEILING COVING
We specialise in fitting stunning decorative coving and cornices for a range of residential and commercial properties. Our team of qualified professionals have been servicing Bournemouth and the surrounding areas for 20 years helping many clients to transform and create beautiful interior spaces.
Our award-winning tradesmen come fully accredited and highly recommended, and work with all types of coving. We have access to a wide range of materials and can cater to all budgets. No matter how large or small your project, our ceiling coving fitters will harness their keen eye for detail and ensure the job is done to suit your personal taste and needs.
We’ll provide a competitive quote with clear costs so you’ll have time to review and finalise your decision before installation begins.
AFFORDABLE CEILING COVING SERVICE IN BOURNEMOUTH
We believe in simple, straightforward pricing with no hidden costs or surprises. We’ll provide you with a transparent quote fully inclusive of labour and materials so you can plan your project accordingly.
Each quote comes complete with free adhesive and filling material, as well as use of our trestles, board and tower, so you can sit back and leave our professionals to work their magic.
Whether for a small home improvement project or a large scale property development, you can rest assured that we’ll provide you with a competitive quote and fully guaranteed workmanship.
EXPERIENCED AND KNOWLEDGABLE
We have over 20 years of ceiling coving experience so your next project is in great hands.
CLEAN AND TIDY
We’ll leave your home clean and tidy when work is complete, helping to minimise disruption.
PROFESSIONAL AND RELIABLE
Our locally sourced tradesmen are fully vetted and come highly recommended.
WHAT IS CEILING COVING?
Coves and cornices bridge the join between the wall and ceiling of a room. They cover up settlement cracks that typically appear between the ceiling and the wall as a result of heat expansion.
The key difference between coves and cornices is their appearance. Coves follow a straight line along the ceiling with a C-shape arc, while cornices are a decorative form of plasterwork that typically features complex patterns.
Both have the potential to transform the look of a room and add an elegant, stylish look.
CHOOSING YOUR COVING MATERIAL
There are many ceiling coving materials on the market, and our team of experts will help you make the right choice for your project based on individual preferences and budget. Some materials are naturally more suited to certain types of projects than others. We typically offer the following types of coving materials –
This is the cheapest option if you have a limited budget. Lightweight and easy to fit, polystyrene coving looks simple and attractive. However, it does tend to be quite soft so can be prone to damage.
Plaster, in its various forms such as gyproc or hessian backed, is the material that coving was traditionally made of before modern counterparts arrived on the scene. We find it adds a smooth finish and is great for creating an authentic period look to a room. It also lends itself beautifully to decorative patterns. We often recommend this method for those projects involving the restoration of listed and historic buildings. Plaster coving is very heavy so requires careful fitting – that’s why so many customers trust our tradespeople to take care of coving installation for them.
Hardened Polyurethane –
Affordable and lightweight, this material is a great alternative to plaster coving. It offers the same visual benefits and is strong and durable. With its many advantages as well as the same visual appearance as plaster, hardened polyurethane is now replacing plaster coving and becoming the ‘new traditional’ coving material of choice for designers and installers.
“Our coving and cornice has added a really elegant feel to our room, thanks to Bournemouth Plastering Services. We were spoilt for choice with options and were guided through the entire process. Thank you”
“Bournemouth Plastering Services took care of our coving needs and have helped us transform our living spaces. We would most certainly recommend them to others”
“As a professional landlord, time is something I have very little of. BPS helped to fit coving to four of my rental properties creating a stunning look and helping me get my properties back on the rental market”
JANET BROWN Customer
Coves and cornices bridge the join between the wall and ceiling of a room to cover up settlement cracks.
The big difference is in their appearance. Coves follow a straight line along the ceiling with a C-shape arc, while cornices are a decorative form of plasterwork that typically features complex patterns.
We typically use polystyrene, plaster and hardened polyurethane. We’ll take time to get to know your requirements and recommend the best materials according to your needs and budget.
It’s always best to attach coving or cornice after a room has been plastered. This means you won’t be left with an unplastered area even if you change your mind about coving or cornice down the line.
Yes, we can provide all materials required – we’ll include details of these in your quote.
We offer a variety of decorative styles including Georgian, Victorian, Gothic, Dentil, Contemporary, Cove, Egg-Dart, Leaf, Flute-Ribbed, Greek and many other designs to suit all tastes. We also have over 130 types of standard cornice with a range of designs and centerpieces.
Coving and cornice materials are typically quite fragile so require delicate handling and installation. Our team will ensure your coving is fitted to the highest standard after ensuring safe delivery and unloading.
READY FOR A QUOTE?
Whether you’re a homeowner or commercial developer, we’re ready and waiting to help you with your coving needs in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch.
We’ll provide you with a no-obligation quote within 24 hours, so you’ll be able to get your project started right away. What are you waiting for?