Royal Wood Shop (03:23)
This episode of "Made to Renovate" visits an architectural trim business supplying moldings in diverse designs and wood types.
Molding Options (03:59)
Learn the difference between crown moldings, casings, and base boards. Brad Gerrits shows examples of each offered at the Royal Wood Shop.
Installing Moldings (03:05)
Ron Foley demonstrates how to install a chair rail, wainscoting, and baseboard with a level and an adhesive.
Molding Manufacturing Equipment (04:28)
Learn about the process of producing steel knives that shape the moldings, including sharpening. Kiln dried wood is inspected for imperfections and metal pieces.
Molding Manufacturing Process (02:33)
A rip saw uses lasers to sort and slice lumber into efficient widths. German-made machines cut wood into patterns, including curved moldings.
Molding Selection (02:53)
Gerrits demonstrates a paneled application on a curved wall; a paneled ceiling; an applied wall paneling; and an archway.
Molding Tips (01:09)
The easiest way to give your home a finished look is to install a crown molding. Architectural trim trends are becoming bigger; customers request primed moldings.
Credits: How Wood Trim And Baseboards Are Made: Made To Renovate (00:29)
Credits: How Wood Trim And Baseboards Are Made: Made To Renovate
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