Installing crown moulding, like playing the piano, takes practice. Unlike playing the piano, however, most people can get the hang of it with only a little practice. Before you take the time to become a master, however, you may want more information on preassembled corner pieces that simplify the project tremendously.
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Introducing the Rustic America Collection
The Rustic America Collection from Worthington Millwork offers a distinctive architectural elegance which will provide your home with beautiful curb appeal unlike any other in your neighborhood. We offer the finest quality and workmanship in both our Pecky Cypress and Natural Wood Grain.
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Introducing the Coral Collection
The Coral Collection from Worthington Millwork is a unique collection of polyurethane products. This collection is inspired by the sea to make coral replications in a millwork application. This collection isnt available everywhere, and you may not be able to do much research online regarding the product. It is rare!
One of the biggest problems/complaints that we get after our client installs crown moldings is, “how do I cover up the joints that are between my molding sections?” It is normal for every building product to expand and contract during hot and cold temperatures and polyurethane crown molding is no exception. This type of crown molding can be used for interior and exterior uses so extreme hot and cold temperatures will be tested on the molding. This however is a problem that needs to be resolved during installation as once the crown molding is installed there is very little that can be done to resolve seeing the seam. By following these three tips below you can minimize, if not eliminate, the potential threat of that seam that can become quite the eye-soar after a finished installation.
Worthington’s exterior polyurethane millwork was used for the exterior cornices on the New Smyrna Elementary School in Smyrna, Georgia by the architectural firm Cunningham, Forehand, Matthews & Moore. The polyurethane material was selected by the architect due to the custom trim profiles that can be detailed with the flat board and radius shapes which give them a finished product that is aesthetically pleasing. Worthington provided two custom exterior brackets for the project application which were used by the architect to give the fascia more character. The crisp lines and radius details on this fascia and custom brackets are very difficult to achieve with other exterior products.
Jason Cameron shares quick tips on how to install crown molding. This video is part of "Man Caves" hosted by Jason Cameron.
Our Company believes that crown molding isn’t only good for one thing, and to our surprise many other people feel the same way! Molding in general seems to be the “go-to” product when sprucing up your home. It is very versatile and can be very inexpensive. It has the ability to bring many different feels to a room no matter what your personality is, you can typically find the look you are going for. People have used them to make stairs like in the image above, frames, shoe racks, and shelves. You can even make a great headboard out of them! Remember. You can never use up all of your creativity, the more you use the more you have. The possibilities are always endless!