Pine Mouldings

 
 

About Pine Mouldings

Knotty Pine: For a casual, informal look. Stain or varnish to suit your decor. The reddish brown tight knots add interest to any room.
Finger Joint Pine: Primed with a lacquer-based primer, which provides a clearly superior paint surface to the water based primed products offered by others. No grain raise, fuzzing, or fingerjoints showing through. Less paint, little or no sanding, less hassle.
How to Install Mouldings: We recommend prefinishing the mouldings before installing. Install the moulding piece by piece, working your way around the room, leaving the nail heads exposed to allow for any repositioning. Avoid nailing the last 2 to 3 inches in each piece to avoid splitting. Nail in the curved or cove part of the moulding to better hide the nail holes. Nail mouldings into wood studs or jambs. Any good quality finishing nail properly counter sunk works well. C-clamps should be used to secure the moulding in the mitre box for more accurate cuts. Always use scrap wood between the clamp and the moulding to prevent surface damage.
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Primed Fingerjoint Baseboard #3112 Style

Baseboards are placed along the wall at the floor. They should be chosen to work in harmony with your casings to finish and tie the room together. Baseboards are usually thinner than the casing.

*Some profiles may be unavailable in some regions. See your local Windsor Plywood for details.

Primed Fingerjoint Baseboard #625 Style

Baseboards are placed along the wall at the floor. They should be chosen to work in harmony with your casings to finish and tie the room together. Baseboards are usually thinner than the casing.

*Some profiles may be unavailable in some regions. See your local Windsor Plywood for details.

Primed Fingerjoint Baseboard #673 Style

Baseboards are placed along the wall at the floor. They should be chosen to work in harmony with your casings to finish and tie the room together. Baseboards are usually thinner than the casing.

*Some profiles may be unavailable in some regions. See your local Windsor Plywood for details.

Primed Fingerjoint Batten #3294 Style

A batten is a narrow strip of wood used to cover joints or as decorative vertical members over plywood or wide boards.

Primed Fingerjoint Batten #3296 Style

A batten is a narrow strip of wood used to cover joints or as decorative vertical members over plywood or wide boards.

*Some profiles may be unavailable in some regions. See your local Windsor Plywood for details.

Primed Fingerjoint Batten #3422 Style

A batten is a narrow strip of wood used to cover joints or as decorative vertical members over plywood or wide boards.

*Some profiles may be unavailable in some regions. See your local Windsor Plywood for details.

Primed Fingerjoint Brickmoulds #180 Style

A brickmould is used as exterior casing around doors. 2 Inches is the most common size, however, 1-1/2 and 1-1/4 inch sizes are available.

*Some profiles may be unavailable in some regions. See your local Windsor Plywood for details.