Coving Installations in Worthing and West Sussex

If you desire beautiful coving in your home then you have come to the right place.

We offer a high level of expertise and service that makes us a very popular choice with all homeowners, including homeowners of older, grade listed buildings to help restore or replace original fittings to bring their properties back to their former glory.

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Very pleased with the high standard of work. We had very good communication on the progress of work at each stage. I would recommend Gem Ceiling and Walls Specialists.
Mrs M Marsh, Lancing

Coving types and sizes

The most common type of coving is paper covered plaster coving in either a 'C' or 'S' shaped profile. However, Coving is also available in plaster, timber, polyurethane and expanded polystyrene and is available in a variety of sizes. The most commonly used coving sizes are 90mm and 127mm.

All our products are sourced from recognised brands such as British Gypsum, Knauf and Regency Mouldings.

What is the difference between coving and cornice?

Coving is usually a plain concave or an ‘S’ shape which is known as Ogee whereas Cornice is more intricate and comes in hundreds of unique styles and sizes.

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