Crown Molding Installation Services
Crown Molding installation can definitely enhance a room and make it more elegant.
When you’re planning to remodel your home, it’s a lot of fun choosing new paint colors for the walls, new drapes, etc. However, we are willing to bet that you have not given much thought, if any, to the molding (trim) in the rooms. Our crown molding installers in Gig Harbor and Tacoma can help you choose the best baseboard mold to trim and fit any room. Crown molding gives your home a polished-finished look. Stein Construction LLC is proud to service molding installation in and around Tacoma / Gig Harbor, WA. Contact our expert molding installers for a quote.
Professional Molding Installers in Tacoma and Gig Harbor
Our molding installers in Gig Harbor and Tacoma are professionals who specialize in the installation of decorative trim or molding in residential and commercial buildings. We have the expertise and tools needed to properly install molding, ensuring a seamless and aesthetically pleasing finished product.
Our Molding installers typically begin by assessing the space where the molding will be installed and determining the appropriate type of molding to use. We may work with a variety of materials, including wood, plaster, and polyurethane, among others.
Once the molding has been selected, we will measure and cut the material to the appropriate size and shape using specialized tools, such as a miter saw or a coping saw. They will then attach the molding to the wall, ceiling, or floor using adhesive, nails, or screws, ensuring that it is level and secure.
After installation, our molding installers will typically fill any gaps or seams with wood filler and sand the surface smooth. They may also apply a finishing coat of paint or stain to match the surrounding area.
Different Types of Moldings
We are highly skilled crown molding installers that serve Gig Harbor and Tacoma, WA. Baseboard Molding hides any unavoidable joints, gaps and other imperfections. Check out the base, shoe, chair rail, and casing moldings:
Base molding is the skirting that runs along the bottom of your wall, hiding the joint between the floor and wall. There is a range of options from very plain to more ornate, and you can vary the size of the baseboard as well.
Shoe molding is used by moulding-installation services to round off any gap that might appear between the bottom of the baseboards and the floor. It also makes an interesting design feature.
Casing is used to create a perimeter around a door or window. It can help seal off any gaps between the two and create an interesting design feature.
Chair rail is molding of an interior wall that is attached horizontally around the perimeter of a room. Most people associate chair rail as a type of trim that prevents chairs from rubbing against the walls. It is also quite decorative and acts as a protective barrier from wear and tear in high traffic areas.