WE CARRY A WIDE SELECTION OF PROFILES, PATTERNS AND TYPES
One of the easiest ways to enhance the appearance and add style to any room is with the addition of moulding. We carry a diverse range of moulding profiles, patterns and types, milled by artisan craftsmen in hardwood, clear solid and finger-jointed Pine, vertical-grain Fir and Redwood. We also stock a wide selection of MDF moulding with exceptional detail that is primed and ready to paint.
Ask us about availables Trim. We offer a variety of authentic trim profiles with the natural aesthetic of traditional wood moulding.
The definition of baseboard is a length of wood or plastic that covers the area between the bottom of the wall and the floor. It is designed to hide the joint, but it also helps to protect walls from damage.
Baseboards are found in nearly every type of building. They are available in wood and durable plastic. Plastic is more commonly used in commercial buildings, while wooden baseboards add a finishing touch to residences. A baseboard is generally glued or nailed to the wall in order to preserve paint, sheetrock and wall boards. Plastic baseboards come in a variety of colors, and wooden baseboards can be painted to match the room. When floor is installed, baseboards will help to cover the floor strip along the edges of the wall. It will also keep debris out of the crevice between the floor and the wall while holding the floor as taut as possible.
Casing, trim, or moulding? Are you confused? No need to be. These terms are used interchangeably by contractors, remodelers and home pros.
What is casing? Quite simply, it’s a moulding profile which frames (or trims) a door or window. Casing is functional as well as decorative. The main purpose of casing is to surround all doors and windows, covering any space or gap left between the drywall and frame.
In addition, casing is one of the most visible moulding trims in a home, and yet, most homeowners may never think about the style before it’s installed. Rule of thumb: be consistent with your choice of moulding throughout your home.
While installing a beautiful new laminate floor, you’ll need to consider transition molding. It’s a critical detail that often gets overlooked.
Transition moldings are a lot like that. They’re the finishing touch on a beautiful laminate floor and preserve the floor’s structural integrity by creating an “island” on which a really heavy object can rest. They also allow expansion gaps to work efficiently.