MOULDING: Crown Molding, Window Casing, Door Casing, Chair Rail, more!

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Almost any home can be enriched and enhanced with the installation of decorative moulding by A New View Windows & Doors, Inc.

You are probably wondering if we misspelled it! Is it Molding or Moulding? We spent the time to research the correct spelling, and both are correct! According to Wikipedia and Merriam-Webster Dictionary the word Molding minus the ‘u’ is more commonly used in the USA, however, the word origins comes from Europe and the British version’s proper spelling is Moulding with the ‘u’. Since we have many people that migrated to the US, we use both words to cover all the bases and make it easier to search.

Newly constructed homes usually have a simple baseboard molding along the floor and narrow casings around the windows and doors. Older homes often can be found with wider decorative mouldings and this gives these homes real character.

You’ll be amazed how a home can look more luxurious with the simple addition of wider casings, deeper baseboards, crown moldings, and a chair rail. The most common moldings used in homes today are:

  • Crown Moulding
  • Casing around entry door
  • Window Casing - Door Casing
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  • sliding glass door casing
  • White window casing and mouldings
  • door casing - curved top doors
  • wood window casing
  • window casing installation and replacement
  • beautiful wood window casing installed
  • baseboard moulding tall molding

Baseboard Mouldings

Installed at the bottom of a wall against the flooring to cover the gap between the two surfaces. A typical home uses baseboards from 2″ to 6″ deep from top to bottom.

Casing for Windows, Doors, Walls

Used to fill the gap between a window and wall or door and wall. A typical home has casings between 1″ to 4″ wide.

Crown Molding

This molding is used to fill the gap between a wall and the ceiling. Crown moulding can measure from 1 1/2″ to 15″ or 20″ depending on the size of the room, the height of the ceiling, and the grandness of the space. A typical home uses crown moulding of about 4″ to 5″.

Chair Rail – Chair Railing

Chair railing runs horizontal to the floor, approximately 30″ from the floor to protect the wall from chairs bumping. Today, a chair rail is often used for decorative purposes only.

Decorative Moulding

Other decorative mouldings are used in different situations. These include a banister (the cap on a stair railing), newel post (the central post or column which provides support for a staircase), and spindles (the vertical posts lining the open sides of a railing), as a railing up a stairs.

Also, beautiful decorative moulding of different configurations and sizes are used to define a fireplace, providing a mantel and side frame.

Here at A New View, we offer mouldings pre-finished and installed. Mouldings come in MDF and almost every wood species such as cherry, fir, oak, alder and mahogany.

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