Style Guide

Do you want to create a specific style for your building Facade?

Many of our customers come to us with an idea of how they want their building to look, but they are not 100% sure what the style is called or what is actually available. Others come looking for inspiration. This is why we have created our style guide below to show examples of different facade styles and the components that lend themselves to that style.

If you have any further questions about the styles we have listed then please contact us today


Hamptons style is characterised by its use of masculine features outside – such as stately columns, pediments and ox-eye windows, with external walls cladded in shingles or weatherboards – while interiors showcase beautiful marbles and plush furnishings. It’s the perfect blend of coastal meets luxe


Art Deco, short for Arts Décoratifs, is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work. Having reached the height of its popularity in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s, the style still brings in glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes.


These styles can be achieved with clean lines, framed areas and contrasting colours.
Banding, parapet moulds, window surrounds, sills and quoining, sun hoods and blades will help you achieve that mid-century feel.


Contemporary styles are ever evolving and changing but can be achieved with straight lines and architectural features defining areas of the home.


This style imitates stone work and features external corners, window surrounds and sills.


The modern Georgian style is all about beautiful proportions and classic details.
Columns and ornate parapet moulds, soffit moulds, corbels and window surrounds can help you achieve that opulent look.


For the elegant English manor, a combination of moulds to eaves, window surrounds, parapet and protruding entry features.


European Styling very grand and opulent.
Featuring arches, keystones, pier capitals, banding with continual horizontal lines, quoining, and feature columns.


The Bordeaux French design is as elegant as it is stylish featuring framed arches, window surrounds, corbels, and parapet moulding.

The façade designs depicted are examples of what can be achieved with Thermatech’s Architectural Polystyrene Mouldings. The only limitation is your imagination.

Thermatech can offer a service of custom design, manufacture and installation.

Product information:
We use high density polystyrene coated with our own formulated coating system which has evolved from our almost 30 years of experience of working in the field of architectural mouldings. Our coating system provides a texture, similar to a smooth rendered finish, and with a high quality textured membrane paint applied your mouldings will be outstanding feature of your home for years and years to come.

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