The Decorative Molding Material - it makes a difference
The decorative molding on this page is made from high-density polyurethane. While wood is thought of as a more traditional material for molding, the use of the polyurethane has been growing. It solves many of the problems that are seen with the wood material due to the fact that it is not affected by the climate changes that are seen in the environment - such as temperature fluctuations and humidity.
Such weather changes usually cause the wood molding to shrink, swell, warp, and eventually crack. If you live in a place where moisture may become an issue, you might get some unwelcome visits from bugs and termites. Polyurethane is also an excellent molding to use for renovating basements due to the moisture that is usually found there.
The molding comes pre-primed so you will save time and money in just having to paint them whatever color you like or go whatever treatment that you like on them and install them. Installing is easy due to the low weight of the decorative molding, and it does not strain the walls. It is a great material for anyone who does not like the look of grain - it is a perfect way to add smooth details and smooth transitions to the room decor.
Types of Decorative Molding
Different kinds of moldings are readily available for any room modification that you would like - the majestic crown molding, simple and elaborate cornice moldings, and cove. The cove moldings truly transform the quality of your room due to the concave profile that they have. The moldings make the eve travel up and around with ease and transform edges into a smooth contour form.
Many effects could be achieved by using a cove molding - one can use a thinner molding to emphasize and the curve and making it more sculptural, or leaving it more undefined and leave people wondering about the architecture of your home. There are many different designs and sizes available so that you can have a cove molding in any home - low or high ceilings!