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Tips on Buying Moldings
Use these tips to help buy decorative trim moldings to add a touch of flair and class to your home:

Tip #1: Visit a showroom or store before picking out your molding.
Moldings are used to trim walls and define boundaries. Moldings between the wall and the ceiling are called crown moldings, while moldings around the window and doors are called trim moldings. If you are in the market to buy moldings for your home, it's well worth your time to visit a showroom, or a store that sells moldings. Look at the different examples of styles, decorations, and sizes that they come in before making a choice.

Tip #2: Take home a few sample cuts of molding.
You don't have to decide on which molding to buy instantly. Much like choosing a paint color for the walls, you'll probably want to see how the molding is going to look in your room. If you find yourself having trouble picking between two or three different styles, try taking a small sample cut home with you. Place the moldings where you are going to put them and see which one looks best.

Tip #3: Moldings are not simple do-it-yourself projects.
Some homeowners like to decorate their homes themselves. However, installing moldings is actually a complicated process because it has to be cut a certain way to fit into corners, or in the case of crown molding, in between the wall and the ceiling. This seemingly easy project can quickly turn into a cutting catastrophe, leading to you wasting valuable cuts of molding. Use a professional contractor or painter to help perform the installation to avoid getting stressed out.

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Wood Mackenzie Write review for this local business
30 Rowes Wharf Ste 200, Boston, MA 02110
(617) 535-1000  
Anderson-Mcquaid Co Inc Write review for this local business
170 Fawcett St, Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 876-3250  
Midway United Limited Write review for this local business
35 Highland Cir Ste 9, Needham Heights, MA 02494
(781) 400-1742  
Mucell Extrusion-Woburn Write review for this local business
200 W Cummings Park, Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 305-3888  
Day Moulding Next Write review for this local business
236 Wood Rd Ste B, Braintree, MA 02184
(781) 843-6666  
Synventive Molding Write review for this local business
10 Centennial Dr, Peabody, MA 01960
(978) 646-3400  
G and F Medical Write review for this local business
33 Cherry Hill Dr, Danvers, MA 01923
(978) 560-2619  
Atlantic Wood Flooring Inc Write review for this local business
295 Centre Ave, Rockland, MA 02370
(781) 871-6088  
Sebago Molders Write review for this local business
525 John L Dietsch Blvd, Attleboro Falls, MA 02763
(508) 643-4600  
Jb Wood Products-Attleboro Write review for this local business
1285 County St, Attleboro, MA 02703
(508) 226-3217  
Custom Composite Innovations Inc Write review for this local business
5 Perry Way Ste 2, Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 465-2211  
Jam Plastics Inc Write review for this local business
22 Tucker Dr, Leominster, MA 01453
(978) 537-2570  
Paton's Lumber Mill Write review for this local business
733 Massachusetts Ave, Lunenburg, MA 01462
(978) 582-7311  
Woodcraft Productions LTD Write review for this local business
3 Warren St, Smithfield, RI 02917
(401) 232-2372  
Eclipse Products Write review for this local business
145 Authority Dr, Fitchburg, MA 01420
(978) 343-8600  
T R W Fastener Division Write review for this local business
180 State Rd E, Westminster, MA 01473
(978) 874-0151  
Burbak Companies Write review for this local business
361 Forest Rd, Wilton, NH 03086
(877) 677-0277  
Swanton Tool Mold Works Write review for this local business
770 Main St, West Warwick, RI 02893
(401) 615-7250  
Kamenstein A Division of Lifetime Brands Inc Write review for this local business
363 River St, Winchendon, MA 01475
(978) 297-2310  
Pwp Enterprises Write review for this local business
172 South Rd, Exeter, RI 02822
(401) 294-2202  
N E Wood Products Write review for this local business
535 Liberty Ln, West Kingston, RI 02892
(401) 789-7474  
Boyce Highlands Write review for this local business
14 Whitney Rd, Concord, NH 03301
(603) 753-1042  
Woodpro Inc Write review for this local business
287 S Main St, Concord, NH 03301
(603) 226-2303  
Above & Beyond Wood Products Inc Write review for this local business
48 Summit Rd, Keene, NH 03431
(603) 357-2646  
G&G Products LLC DBA G&G Machining Write review for this local business
70 Twine Mill Rd, Kennebunk, ME 04043
(207) 985-9100  

Some women and men deal with all sorts of moldings for a living. While some individuals handle millwork for manufacturers, others work as retail dealers in home improvement stores or specialty shops. This can be an interesting and fun line of work for the right people. As you may know, countless individuals use wood, plaster and stone moldings to decorate their homes. Some common materials used in crown molding and lightweight, flexible wall panels are pine and plastic. There are plenty of wonderful opportunities in this field, and you typically get to handle all kinds of interior decorating baseboard trim, ceiling molds and faux window moldings.

You will need to know your way around interior molds, the materials they are crafted from and how they are installed if you choose to work in this business. While crown molding or cornices are meant for the tops of walls, there is also jointed trim meant for baseboards. Depending on the architect that designs a residential home or building, there may be some molds already installed. A few different types of wooden moldings are for chairs, staircase rails and window frames. Sometimes these products are sold at discounted rates. While one person may be in the market for window casings, another may be searching for crown molding to decorate their walls and ceilings.

You need to be able to assist consumers properly with the floor, window or door moldings they require for interior decorating and home upgrades. If you work in this business, you will deal with countless consumers on a daily basis.



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