STANDARD & ARCHITECTURAL

Why do we recommend mouldings for your projects?  Moulding makes an impact! From baseboards to crown moulding, these details add width, depth and height to a boring plain old room. One of the primary characteristics distinguishing a pretty room from a basic box is the attention to moulding. Interior mouldings provide attitude as well as architectural spark. One of the easiest ways to upgrade your projects is by adding mouldings, they will be adding width, depth and height. Far from closing in a room, the increased framing adds depth to the walls, especially if it is painted the same color as the walls for a unified look.  

Take a look at our molding lines and find the perfect fit for your home!

Backbands

Backbands are used to add more overall width and depth on the outer edge of casings. They can be used around all doors and windows to extend detail through-out the house and help make transitions between casings and wainscoting details.


Species Available: Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Solid Pine, Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Baseboards

Baseboards are used where the wall joins the floor and are excellent when turned upside-down and used with Crown Mouldings to form larger crown details.

Species Available: Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Solid Pine, Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Casings

Casings are used to trim around doors and windows (door mouldings can show more mass than windows). Casings can also be used as large chair rails, or upper horizontal linear banding around rooms.

Species Available: Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Redwood, Solid Pine, Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Chair Rails

Chair rails are used approximately 30' to 40' from the floor, running horizontally to form a "wainscot" look. They can also be used as panel mouldings to form panels on walls or ceilings.

Species Available: Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Solid Pine, Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Crown Mouldings

Crown and Corner Mouldings are used where the wall joins the ceiling. Crown mouldings can be used alone or built up using lineal mouldings, such as baseboards, casings, chair rails or panel mouldings, to create larger details and unique designs.

Species Available:  Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Solid Pine, Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Door Headers

Door headers and Top caps are used to form a pediment above the door or window openings. They run horizontally either on top of mitered casings to give height at the head jam of an opening.

Species Available: Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Redwood, Solid Pine, ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Friezes

Select from over 25 cabinetry and furniture mouldings in Maple, Cherry and Poplar. Crown mouldings, friezes, panel mouldings, and lineals — for use on columns, embellishing cabinets, and custom range hoods.

Species Available: Poplar, Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™

Lineal Mouldings

Lineal mouldings are used in horizontal runs in crowns, chair rails, upper frieze applications and to form panels on ceilings or walls. 

Species Available: Cherry, Maple, Poplar, Red Oak (Oak), Ultra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™

Panel Mouldings

Panels mouldings are used to form panels on walls or ceilings or built up cornice applications. They can also be used as smaller chair rails or baseboard caps to form two piece baseboards.

Species Available: Alder, Cherry, Finger Joint Pine, Mahogany, Maple, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Redwood, Solid Pine, Utra-Flex (White River Flex), ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

T&G Mouldings

A lower interior wall surface (usually 3 to 4 feet above the floor) that contrasts with the wall surface above it; an interior wall composed of two different interior wall surfaces, one above the other.

Species Available: Alder, Finger Joint Pine, MDF, Poplar, Primed Finger Joint Pine, Red Oak (Oak), Solid Pine, ValuFlex™, VG & Douglas Fir

Areas of the home where the addition of wainscot can create an impact: Foyer & stairwell, Dining room, Living room, Bathroom, Den & Library, Kitchen, Bedroom, Baby nursery

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1202 Piper Ranch Rd, San Diego, CA 92154 
(619) 661 0667

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