An entablature consists of an architrave, frieze, and cornice. Most of the time the assembly is simply referred to as cornice and so we use the two interchangeably. In a nutshell, a cornice is moldings on the outside of a structure. This product typically spans 8’ in length and can be made from one of more pieces stacked horizontally atop each other to form a single unit. The quantity of units that will make up the entablature will depend on the overall height, complexity, water runoff requirements, and desired installation method. We work closely with architects and designers in the preliminary design stage in order to create the most feasible option. Our cornice moldings are available with inside and outside corners as well as custom corners made to any specified degree. All our of pieces are made with lap joints to facilitate a smooth transition from one moulding to the next. As with all of our FRP products, in addition to standard paintable white gel coat, we offer a plethora of colors, textures, and aggregates that result in stone-like, metal-like, and wood-like products at a fraction of the cost and weight. We specialize in architectural composite products that emulate classical construction but last a lifetime. We look forward to creating a lasting impression on your next project.