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Crown Molding, Baseboards, and Finish Trim
At Keim, we offer more than 250 different molding profiles available at all times, along with more than 40 different sizes totaling nearly two million feet of molding! These stock moldings are offered in a variety of wood species and can be finished with a variety of wood stains and coatings. All of our stock moldings are milled and sanded on-site with quality lumber by our millwork specialists.
This type of molding is often paired with baseboard along the bottom of interior walls. When used, the accent provides visual interest and helps give a polished look, hiding any imperfections from construction.
These types of moldings are installed around the perimeter of doors and windows, providing it with a framed look while simultaneously hiding gaps between the wall and framed opening.
These types of moldings are designed to gracefully flare out to a finished top edge. Typically used for capping walls, pilasters, and cabinets.
These types of moldings are installed horizontally around the perimeter of rooms. Usually about a third way up the wall, these typically prevent chairs from rubbing against the walls.
A Finger Joint is a woodworking joint made by cutting a set of complementary, interlocking profiles in two pieces of wood, which are then glued.
These types of moldings are used as rails, designed to be grasped by the hand to provide stability and support. Commonly used with ascending or descending stairways and escalators.
Choose from our selection of miscellaneous trim items that include; Rosettes, Keystones, Base Blocks, Crown Blocks, and Corbels.
Nosing is trim installed to make the rounded edge of a stair tread. The finished molding is laid on the edge of the risers, rounding the edge and providing a staircase with a finished look.
These types of moldings are often used to create or embellish panels on either flat or recessed surfaces. Also commonly used on doors, walls, and mantels
Quarter round is another molding style typically paired with baseboards to cover up gaps and imperfections between the floor and the base.
S4S stands for "surfaced on four sides", meaning that the material is finished on all four sides. This molding style is popular for a variety of applications.
Profiled on both edges designed to install side-by-side. Typically used on walls, ceilings, and exterior wall coverage.