Fascia Corner Mold

Trim Purpose

Specs, MSDS, and LEED Information for Flannery Trims & Products

Flannery’s Fascia Corner Molds create a transition corner where a stucco fascia edge meets a stucco soffit. Fascia Corner Molds are typically set at the corner joint where a fascia terminates and a soffit return begins. The horizontal fascia leg acts as a stucco stop, while the opposite flange acts as a soffit trim. Flannery’s Fascia Corner Molds can also be used where an interior stucco or veneer plaster fascia terminates at an acoustical ceiling.

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Product Details

Flannery’s Fascia Corner Molds are standard extruded aluminum alloy 6063 T5 and have a .050” nominal wall thickness. Aluminum Plaster trims come in 10′ lengths and shall have a standard Clear Anodized Finish. Mill Finish (for field priming & painting), Chem-film finish or other factory finishes and custom paint orders are available. You can view our factory finishes to see if we have what you are looking for or if you do not see the finish, you are looking for, chances are we can color-match it or we already have it! Flannery Trim wants to always make sure we can get you the right look and feel for your building project.


Part No. “A” Width “B” Width Stock Item Downloads
FCM 75-625 3/4″ 5/8″ No
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FCM 75-875 3/4″ 7/8″ Yes
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Install all Fascia Corner Molds using full ten-foot lengths wherever possible. Attach Fascia Corner Molds to the framing with nails, screws, or other approved fastening methods. Building paper or the weather resistant barrier must be installed over the vertical attachment flange of the Fascia Corner Mold. All plaster trims must be cut accurately and installed with tight, neat joints. All nailing flanges must be covered with lath and all butt joints must be sealed. Manufacturer recommends that a carbide tip blade along with lubricant be used when cutting any aluminum trims.


Flannery can radius Fascia Corner Molds when the trim runs along a “curved” or “radiused” plane. Radiused material is bent to a project’s dimensional requirements and is considered a custom product. Download the Radius Form or view all of our radius forms.


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