How to Measure Coving?


Use a tape measure to measure coving. Start measuring from the bend of the coving to its outside edge. Do this for both the part for the wall and the ceiling. The measure the length of the coving that is needed to cover the wall and ceiling.
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How to Measure Coving
Coving is a plaster strip installed in homes to add decoration around ceiling corners. Because the plaster is typically durable, it's also possible to install coving on a home's exterior. To ensure a proper fit for the coving, you will need to take... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
To measure coving measure the distance between your two walls and cut the coving using a square cut at 90 degrees. Cut two short test pieces and when you are sure that they fit together properly. Next move the measurements taken to the front of the coving and mark the position of the cut needed.
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1. Draw a sketch of the room where you will install coving. Leave enough space on the diagram to add measurement figures. 2. Measure the length in between all corners of the room
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If the distance is too far for me measure by myself, I take a piece of wood (usually about 100 inches long) and make a mark on the wall. Then I measure the remaining wall and add
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