Crown Molding Installation in Maryland, Washington, DC, & Northern Virginia

Crown moldings can transform an average room into an elegant and unique space that you'll be happy to spend time in and use to entertain your friends and family. These decorative boards soften the space where your walls meet the ceiling and can be very simple or very ornate.

At Victor Faustino, our master carpenters have years of experience completing custom crown molding projects throughout the Washington, DC area. Whether you simply need crown molding installed or you are looking for suggestions from our professionals, we can help you design and complete your crown molding project on-time and on-budget—and for less than you ever imagined!

To set up an appointment for a free estimate, call us at 301-343-4090 or fill out a contact form

Where To Use Crown Molding

Crown molding can be used to enhance any room in your house. The most common places to use crown molding are in the living and dining rooms, but libraries, bedrooms and even bathrooms can benefit from the addition of crown molding. You are really only limited by your imagination.

Good crown molding installation is essential for your woodwork to look natural and not just like you nailed a few boards around the perimeter of your room. A good crown molding installation job will feature expertly-mitered and beveled corners that fit snugly together and seamless integration of multiple boards, if applicable. This is especially important when the molding boards are stained rather than painted, since any mistakes can't be easily filled in with caulk.

Types Of Crown Molding

Crown molding can be simple or elaborate, a single piece or a system of interlocking boards. Crown moldings differ from chair rails and other decorative molding in that they are cut at a 45 degree angle so they fit easily between the wall and the ceiling. Crown molding is most commonly made from pine or poplar and can be painted or stained to match the rest of the woodwork in your room. There are even lightweight molding made from foam, composite material and/or plastic.

There are many different styles of crown molding, just a few of which are listed below:

  • Dentil molding -- Dentil molding is notable for its square, tooth-like design. Such molding complements Georgian or Federalist-style decor or architecture.
  • Leaf and floral molding -- Another popular style of molding is that with a leaf and/or floral motif. Leaf and floral molding works well in Victorian-style homes.
  • Ogee molding -- This type of molding is identifiable by its "S"-shaped design and complements most any type of decor, from traditional to contemporary.

Schedule A Crown Molding Installation Estimate Today

If you're looking to add crown molding to your Maryland, Northern Virginia or Washington D.C. area home, call Victor Faustino. We offer professional remodeling and home repair services at affordable prices. We’ve been in business for more than 20 years and each of our remodeling contractors have years of experience—so when you choose Victor Faustino, you’re choosing a crown molding installer you can trust.

To set up an appointment for a free estimate, call us at 301-343-4090 or fill out a contact form.


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