Homeowners can add elegance and creates a starting point by adding trim inside the mold. The upholstery can be wooden or synthetic, which can be made from polyvinyl chloride or PVC and polyurethane. The most natural and renewable option for your home is often the most beautiful and attractive option. Solid wood baseboard, trim, and especially molding will bring an organic, natural feel into your home. Hardwood options will not warp over time and rarely crack. Solid wood trim also allow you to decide on a consistent color pattern throughout your home. You want all of these finishing details to sequence together, and since solid wood takes well to a variety of wood stains, you can choose a stain color that correlates well with the rest of your interior design.
PVC is one type synthetic baseboard, trim, and molding option. While we usually think of PVC used in plumbing fixtures, you may now find PVC options for the finishing work of your home. PVC trim is often known as vinyl trim and has the advantage of being resistant to wind, water, and fires. You can safely use PVC trim in bathrooms and kitchens where water accumulation is probable and even use it outside as it will resist the elements. PVC can be very delicate to install which is why we have professionals who are highly trained in installing this product.
If your Wood or PVC Trim needs to be repaired in Baltimore, this is something we can do as well. Reflashing, caulking, and sealing, are all things we are well acquainted with. As a leading Wood & PVC Trim Specialist in Baltimore, let us at Four Twelve help you with your next project by :
Baltimore’s Wood & PVC Trim Specialists – Four Twelve Roofing