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Crown molding is a decorative molding usually installed where an interior wall meets a ceiling. It is also used with door trim, windows, pilasters, cabinets, fireplace mantels, and with many other custom trim applications
Wainscoting & Panels
Wainscoting was first used to keep out cold and dampness in the 16th century before the invention of modern insulation. In today's time, it is a decorative type of panel with many molding combinations
Baseboard is usually wooden or vinyl board covering the lowest part of an interior wall. Its purpose is to cover the joint between the wall surface and the floor. common names for baseboard also include skirting board, skirting, mopboard, floor molding, or base molding
Interior Door Installation
A door's primary purpose is to provide security and separation between rooms. Today most doors come either as a pre-hung unit with a frame pre-attached or as the conventional way with the door slab only.
Window & Door Casing
Casings are the moldings that go around the window and door frames. They are installed as decorative moldings and are the finishing touch to any window, door or custom molding trim installation.
Laminate or vinyl flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate or Vinyl flooring simulates wood and some even come as waterproof and highly scratch resistant
MDF or Medium-density fiberboard is an engineered wood product made by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibers. Usually this product is defect free in appearance, dent resistant and more flexible than regular wood but is susceptible to deteriorate quicker than regular wood in the presence of excessive moisture. The price of this product is usually cheaper or right around the same price of its primed pine counterpart. This is also used for a painted finish comparable in appearance to softwoods.
Lumber used for rough carpentry such as framing are also commonly used for finish products such as trim moldings. The price of softwoods comparable to hardwoods are in general for the finish or painted rather than stained.
These are used mostly for trim moldings, veneers, and high quality furniture. Hardwoods are typically the most expensive option when it comes to wood selection. In general hardwoods are finished with a stain rather than paint.