Crown Molding: Is It Right for Your Home?
Crown moldings are one of the architectural features that can really add value to your home. They add a visual presence that can make a home feel more upscale. Done well, they instantly say this home is well-crafted and solid. Unless you are lucky enough to live in an older home beautifully appointed with lovely crown moldings, you may find yourself feeling like your home is lacking in architectural details that give it distinction.
Have you been wondering if crown molding could work in your house? Are you worried that your ceilings are too low to use it? Concerned that you can't afford the wide moldings you'd love? Not sure what style or size to get? And what if you want a contemporary look — can you still use crown molding?
We have got some tips for you!
What is Polyurethane?
The most common question customers have about our moldings is “What is Polyurethane?” The term is often confused with polystyrene (a.k.a. styrofoam) but the material is quite a bit different. Polyurethane is a dense foam material that has all of the advantages of wood without the disadvantages (rotting, splintering, and cracking). You can save money with polyurethane as it comes primed and ready to paint.
Let's take a look at why polyurethane is a superior material to install.
· Lasts longer than MDF or wood crown molding
· Designed for interior and exterior use
· Lightweight and easy to install
· Pre-primed and ready for paint
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