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Welcome to our website

For more than a decade, Classic Coves has been supplying the lighting industry with innovative products for cove and accent lighting. From our initial molded cove, now called "The Classic", to our "LumaRoc™" extruded cove, we have proven that superior lighting designs can be achieved with simple to use products.

LumaRoc™ is a Cove Lighting product which gives you the look and feel of true plaster that can be field painted with water, oil or acrylic based paints and can be faux finished to simulate wood, metal or plaster.

LumaRoc™
  • Is a Luminaire fitting constructed from an extruded polystyrene base, a flexible cemetitious basecoat and a revolutionary, proprietary, smooth polymer modified plaster finish.

  • It is very forgiving, being slightly flexible it will move with building settling and does not expand or contract so there is no joint cracking.

  • Is ASTME-84 rated and can be supplied with LED, Fluorescent and Incandescent sources either by us or a manufacturer of your choice.

  • Can be painted with water, oil or acrylic based paints in the field and can be faux finished to simulate wood, metal or plaster.

  • Can be cut with a compound miter saw or with a handsaw and miter box with no coping required. Any joints, butt or miter, are filled with joint compound and invisible.

  • Custom profiles and Radius coves are available.

  • DWG files of all profiles are available, just
    contact us!



So browse through our website and look at the available profiles and remember that custom profiles and radius coves are available and can be supplied with Incandescent, Fluorescent or LED fixtures either by us or a manufacturer of your choice.




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News
as of 1/6/2014


Four new profiles added in the less than 4" ADA page
Two new profiles added in the 4 to 7" page page

All of the thumbnails and profile views have been updated for easier viewing
as well as all the pdf cut sheets.


contact us for more information.




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updated 1/6/2014