We’ll talk to you about all the various commercial trim and crown molding options during your consultation with our team.
During the construction process, workers place drywall to create walls within the interior of a structure. They frame out the doors and windows and place drywall around those openings, but when the doors and glass are installed, small gaps remain around the edges. Additionally, drywall is placed at the top of every wall to create a ceiling, and there are visible gaps between the two pieces of drywall. Filling in those gaps is known as trimming out a space, but there are many different types of trim available. Deciding on the type of trim you want in your commercial structure can be a challenge, but what you pick can play a role in the overall look and feel of the space.
If you’re located in or near Winter Park, Florida, contact us at McNamara’s Home Improvements. We provide commercial trim and crown molding services to local property owners, and our technicians can talk to you about the various options to help you make an informed decision. Crown molding is one of the most popular types of millwork, and for good reason. It draws the eye up to the ceiling, creating the illusion that the room is taller than it actually is, and shows off an ornate design that looks beautiful in any style of space.
Baseboards are another type of trim that runs between the bottom of the wall and the floor to cover that gap. You can choose from various widths and styles of baseboards, depending on the style of the space and your budget for the project. We’ll talk to you about all the various commercial trim and crown molding options during your consultation with our team. From there, we’ll get started on installing the commercial trim and crown molding that you’ve selected.