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Moulding + Trim

Finish your home in style with baseboard moulding, window and door trim, casing, decorative moulding and more.

Finish your home in style with baseboard moulding, window and door trim, casing, decorative moulding and more.

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Moulding + Trim FAQ

Both MDF and wood are good options for the inside of your home. Here’s a breakdown of the choices for trim materials. Stop by or call us with more detailed questions—we’ll help you finish your home in style.

MDF
Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is a composite made up of sawdust and glue. It’s less expensive than other options, and it’s quite common — about 70% of homes use trim made of MDF. The smooth, primed surface is ideal for painting. View MDF light boards and moulding products.
Note: we don’t recommend using MDF for exterior trim as the material can absorb moisture and swell.

Finger Jointed Wood
A finger joint is when two short pieces of primed wood are connected by pre-cut “fingers” and glued together. Finger jointed wood has the positive qualities of wood but is less expensive than stain-grade wood. It’s durable and holds up to water well.

Stain-grade Wood
Made from solid wood, stain-grade mouldings can be stained or finished. The rich colors and wood-grain pattern add warmth and a natural, organic feel to a home. The most common stain-grade wood is hemlock (view hemlock boards and moulding products). Our customers also use knotty elder, fir, oak, and others to create beautiful trim.

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