flexible mouldingFlexible Moulding Concepts offers the highest quality columns on the market. The columns, crafted by Resinart, are load-bearing, fiber-glass reinforced, perfectly straight and completely finished with no visible seams.

Often used to craft a grand front porch, columns are also frequently used indoors, to add interest to doorways and arches. The columns are available round, square, smooth, or fluted. We also offer the popular distressed double column.

flexible mouldingA capital is the top section of a column, often enhanced with decorative details. There are three basic styles of classic column capitals, Doric, Ionic and Corinthian, that date back to the sixteenth century.

With Doric columns, most of the capital will be convex, or curving outward

Ionic columns will have capitals that scroll outward

Corinthian capitals have an upside down bell shape, and are usually the most ornate.

For stabilization and a finished look, all columns need an appropriate base. Flexible Moulding Concepts has you covered, with the Attic or Tuscan base. Both crafted by Resinart, you can be sure they’ll perfectly match any columns and capitals.

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flexible mouldingFlexible moulding is just right for curved applications, allowing builders to easily add crown moulding, chair rails, decorative trim and more to absolutely any surface. Using Duraflex and Xtraflex materials, Flexible Moulding Concepts offers high-quality flexible moulding at economical prices. The moulding has the appearance of real wood,and can be easily installed using standard woodworking equipment to cut, sand, shape and finish, just like wood. However, because of it’s superior construction, these flexible mouldings are moisture proof, insect proof and can withstand extreme heat and cold temperatures without warping, cracking or deteriorating.

In today’s building industry, there is always a need for high-quality materials that are easy to use and economical. When it comes to flexible trim and architectural products, Flexible Moulding Concepts fills that void. Flexible Moulding Concepts’s examined all the options and determined that Duraflex by Resinart is truly the best product on the market, and are pleased to offer their flexible moulding exclusively to the clients. Resinart has been a trusted supplier to the building materials industry for over 40 years. Since 1968, they have continued to offer only the highest quality flexible mouldings. With over 18,000 of their patterns in inventory, Flexible Moulding Concepts are able to meet any builder’s needs.

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Crown moulding is a wide, sprung moulding that is installed at a 45 degree angle or used where an interior wall meets the ceiling. It is also used as a general term for any moulding that tops, or “crowns,” an architectural element.

Crown moulding has continued to grow in popularity over the past several years, and is something that many home buyers now expect to see in new homes. While it was once common only in formal living rooms, dining rooms and master suites, it has now become a popular finishing touch throughout the entire house. In rooms that are very large, or very formal, the crown moulding may be more intricate, or may even be placed in layers to to create a more dramatic look.

Base moulding, also sometimes known as “skirting board,” is used to conceal the junction of an interior wall and floor. It also serves to protect the wall from impacts while adding a decorative touch. Base moulding and casings, which should always complement each other, go a long way towards defining the look of a building.

Flexible base moulding comes in a variety of heights and styles, making it easy to choose the appropriate look for any project. It can be as high as 9 1/4 inches for a very dramatic look, or as low as 3 inches for much more subdued appearance.

Picture moulding is a very functional style of moulding perfect for homeowners who will want to prominently display artwork or photographs. It is generally installed 7–9 feet above the floor, and used to spotlight the art that is hung from it using picture wire and picture rail hooks. Flexible picture moulding is perfect for curved wall applications.

A chair rail is a piece of horizontal moulding placed midway up a wall to protect its surface from chair-backs. Today, it is often used solely as a decorative touch, and is usually placed between 24 and 48 inches from the floor. Straight Flexible chair rail moulding works well on curved walls, and is easy to install.

Chair rails are most popular in traditional and eclectic style homes, and add character to any room that they appear in. Most frequently, chair rails can be found in dining rooms and hallways, although they can be placed in any room of the house.Â

Chair rail backing is used in conjunction with chair rail moulding to add size and dimension to the feature. For this trim application, straight flexible works well on curved walls. Chair rail backing is a piece of moulding between the wall and the chair rail, visible above and below the chair rail itself. It adds emphasis to the chair rail, making it appear more of a focal point of the room. Often, chair rail backing is used in large rooms, where the chair rail itself might look small and insignificant. Adding the backing allows the decorative accent to stand out.

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