Trim and Crown Molding
Trim work is both functional and decorative in your home. Although it gives a room distinctive style and detail, it also serves a purpose. Trim work hides the joints between walls and floors, ceilings, doors, and windows that have been left exposed by rough carpentry and building techniques. Many different patterns and styles of trim work are made from a variety of softwoods and hardwoods to best match the design of your home..
Crown molding encapsulates a large family of moldings, which are designed to gracefully flare out to a finished top edge; generally used for capping walls, pilasters, cabinets; used extensively in the creation of interior and exterior cornice assemblies and door and window hoods.
In recent times, crown moldings have generally made their appearance as wooden trim where walls meet ceilings. Some homeowners have gone so far as to extend their new wood crown molding all the way across the ceiling in the form of natural wood ceilings instead of the common plaster. If you prefer this option be sure to use light airy wood stains instead of the darker ones to keep the room from looking too dark or gloomy.
No matter where you decide to place crown molding, it is sure to create a maximum impact and it is an excellent way to add value to your home without breaking the bank. Our work blends seamlessly with the architectural style and details of your new or existing home, while adding modern convenience, energy efficiency, comfort and most importantly, value. We will work closely with you to ensure we exceed your expectations and stay within your budget. Contact Powerhouse Construction today!