Architectural Shapes

EPS can be wire cut in to an infinite number of architectural shapes. Mostly used for exterior applications, the material can be coated with synthetic stucco coatings, portland cement coatings or a variety of other coatings depending on the project requirements.

These are some of the more commonly used architectural shapes:

Balustrades

Balustrades and railings can be produced in any shape or size also can be custom designed.
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Brackets

As with most of the other moldings, Brackets can be custom designed to meet the architectural requirements of the project
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Columns

Columns are available straight or tapered. Straight columns are available smooth or fluted. Columns can be provided solid or in 2 sections to fit around a structural column.
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Capitals & Pedestals

There are a variety of capitals and pedestals available to match any decor. Like the columns they can be solid or in 2 sections to fit around a structural column.
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Surrounds

As with most of the other moldings, surrounds can be custom designed to meet the architectural requirements of the project. EPS can be wire cut in to any shapes.
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Crown Molding

The only limitation with crown molding is the imagination of the designer. Moldings can be a simple or as intricate as needed.
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Keystones

Keystone can produce in any shape or size, also can be custom designed to meet the architectural requirements.
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Parapets Caps

As with most of the other moldings, Parapet can be custom designed to meet the architectural requirements of the project. EPS can be wire cut in to any shapes.
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Quoins

Quoins can produce in any shape or size, also can be custom designed to meet the architectural requirements. EPS can be wire cut in to any shapes
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