Richard Burbidge, the stair parts and moulding specialist, has further extended its range of decorative mouldings to ensure a wide range of choices for both contractors and end-customers.
Its most popular decorative mouldings, such as angles, covers, quadrants and scotias, are now available in white oak, dark hardwood and white primed finishes. Products are available in a range of sizes, meaning jobs can be completed to the finest detail, with quality and competitive pricing ensured.
Decorative mouldings allow contractors to cover up, tidy up and smooth off unsightly edges and expansion gaps. Richard Burbidge designs and finishes also offer character and decorative detail, making them ideally suited to a wide range of exacting styles, both traditional and contemporary. The new mouldings can be used as part of a refurbishment, or to add quality detail to a new build.
Paul Martin, Product Group Manager for Richard Burbidge, said: We know that when it comes to refurbishing rooms, regardless of whether it is a commercial property or living room, the devil really is in the detail, and the better the workmanship the more these details are apparent. Thanks to the new products, those all-important details can be achieved to the highest possible standard with different finishes for both practical and aesthetic use. Richard Burbidge has extended its range of decorative mouldings to provide as much choice as possible to ensure our customers can turn a good job into a great job.
Installers are able to take advantage of the new range by adding architectural flourishes, or simply by tidying imperfections. The new mouldings ensure even the most demanding customers needs are met. They are easy and quick to install, creating impressive results, with minimal effort.