Crown molding envelops a large family of different moldings; crown molding was designed to flare out a top finished edge. Crown molding is generally found where the wood trim meets the ceiling, and sometimes homeowners even choose to extend the crown molding across the entire ceiling to create a natural wood ceiling. Whichever you prefer, our construction workers can help you to decide on the personal touch you would like to add to your home.
Crown molding is most often used to cap walls, pilasters and even hood windows and doorways. This was originally established by the Greek culture, when later on the Roman culture adapted and changed the style a little bit. This has given crown molding it different styles, developed from each of the two cultures. You can buy crown molding made out of plastic, foam, or wood finishes. Let us discuss these options with you to make the best and most unique finishes for your home.
Regardless of where you decide to place crown molding and its exquisite finishes, let us help you to raise the value of your home.