Crown Molding or Moulding is typically applied along the exterior seams where the roof meets the wall.
History: Crown molding or moulding has been a common element in building construction for decades. It’s primary use is for decorative purposes. It is used to prevent the appearance of a “hollow” triangle when the ceiling or roof line meets the wall. There are a variety of shapes and styles that can be applied depending on the home style.
Materials: Older and more traditional moldings were made from wood or plaster. The most common materials used today are foam, precast and natural stone. Precast is a great choice because of durability and cost.
Precast Keystone crown moldings are seen throughout the United States and are considered to be the best choice for most home construction projects. Available in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes they are easy to install and enhance any building.