Cornice Gutter Linings

Cornices are specifically designed to conceal unsightly joints that exist between the walls and roofs of a structure. Additionally, they serve the purpose of concealing the gaps between plasterboard and timber framing, which are necessary to accommodate the natural expansion and contraction of the wood. These gaps often lead to cracks in the plasterboard.

In older, larger homes, cornice gutter linings, also known as box gutters, are a common architectural feature. The maintenance of these box gutters requires a high level of expertise. In modern residential buildings, there are typically three types of cornices: box cornices, close or closed cornices, and open cornices.

When it comes to the installation, repair, cleaning, and maintenance of cornice gutter linings in the Louisville area, trust Highland Roofing for their expert services.