Mouldings are designed for a specific purpose—framing a door, accentuating hallways and stairways or providing a visual transition at the junction of walls and flooring and to dress up a room. So many types of moulding decorate our homes today, it's often difficult to distinguish them—and learn which types you should purchase for your home remodeling project. Our mouldings are available in a wide variety of species including Solid and FJ Pine, Ultralight and Standard MDF, Fir, Redwood, Oak, Poplar, Cherry, Maple Mahogany, Alder, Resin and Polyurethane.
Moulding comes in a variety of species and densities. Understanding the material differences and selecting the right one for your project is key to a successful installation and end result.
- Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is a high-grade, composite material. Moulding products tend to come primed, making it easy to paint.
- Primed finger joint products are available in pine and poplar wood. This engineered moulding is made by fitting smaller pieces together to create one long board. Finger joint moulding looks best when painted.
- Poplar is a favored material by design professionals. The crisp grain lines and rich wood tones accept paint and stain, making it a perfect wood type for any room.
- Pine adds a distinct character to a room. The lines from the grain and occasional knots can create interest and texture.
- Fir offers two distinct grain patterns. Mixed grain (MG) offers coarse, wide and light to dark patterns. Vertical grain (VG) has a more consistent and tighter grain pattern and less color variation. This wood should be stained to bring out its natural beauty.
- Oak moulding is typically milled from red or white oak, which are among the hardest and most durable wood species. Both have great grain appeal and are easy to sand, cut and finish. Your choice of stain color can really enhance the character of this material.
- Aspen is a light, soft wood that's typically used for more ornate moulding profiles. It has a straight grain and fine uniform texture.
- Polyurethane moulding is made from high-density polyurethane that won't warp, rot or split. This product will create detailed patterns without the expense of wood. It's lightweight for easy handling, saws like wood and comes preprimed and ready to paint.
- Polystyrene prefinished moulding is lightweight and easy to cut using conventional saws, making installation a one-person job. These mouldings can be installed with construction adhesive or finishing nails and are slightly flexible, making them perfect for walls that aren't true. They're also moisture resistant - an ideal solution for kitchens and bathrooms.
- Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) gives you the look of wood with moisture protection, inside or out. Strong and durable, PVC moulding is easy to cut and installs without chipping, splitting or cracking.
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