Timber Mouldings & Fixings
Timber mouldings are the ideal accouterment for finishing any building project whether it be commercial, renovation or residential. Hazelwood and Hill produce custom mouldings on site with hundreds if not thousands of different profiles. Ranging from the smallest architrave to concealed fix cladding, from door frames to window sills, each job is produced by experienced tradespeople in a strict quality controlled environment. As such we are able to offer most of our profiles in any commercially available species including MDF.
Please note that our Custom Timber Mouldings are not kept in stock but run too order, so there will be varying lead times needed to assure that the finished product is up to our extremely high standards.
If you are wishing to match a profile please don’t hesitate to email us a scale drawing (or a tracing of the profile) with the species that is required. If we have the profile cutters available one of our customer service representatives will get back to you with pricing, lead times and whether a minimum order run will be required. Alternately you are welcome to drop into our Burwood office and speak to one of our customer service representatives in person. To avoid disappointment please remember that our Custom Timber Mouldings are just that and in most cases we will not have the required product in stock.
If we don’t have the profile cutters available there are two options. Firstly we can offer similar profiles that may suffice. If we cannot produce the profile we can get profile cutters made. Please note this will incur a further charge on top of the product cost.
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Moulding Styles by Era
Ordering your moulding is simple:
1. Are you painting or staining your moulding?
This will determine which timber you choose. If you are painting, choose Pine or MDF.
2. Choose the appropriate timber species
Mouldings are created from any commercially available species of timber including American Oak, Jarrah, Tasmanian Oak, Radiata Pine, Victorian Ash, Spotted Gum, Black Butt, Hoop Pine, Western Red Cedar and MDF
3. Choose your moulding number
Choose your moulding number or provide a physical sample of “to scale drawing”
4. Work out the quantity required