Grafton Crown Moldings - Gesso Coated Architectural

Crown 9/16"x4-1/4"x8'

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Type: Crown 9/16"x4-1/4"x8'


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Product Overview

Improve the visual interest of your walls and ceilings with Grafton Crown Moldings. Once a staple of home construction, crown moldings are now synonymous with Old-World sophistication and traditional décor. A beautiful finishing touch, crown moldings will instantly improve the look and value of your home. Grafton Crown Moldings provide:

  • Old-World style with a modern touch: bring back the simplicity and elegance of Neo-Victorian and French-style décor with 21st-century details.
  • A finished, polished look: crown moldings improve the awkward and stark transition between wall and ceiling by softening the angle.
  • Versatile use: can also be added on top of pilasters or furniture such as cabinets.
  • Lightweight, durable MDF: the material is meant to be easy to handle and install and yet to last a lifetime.
  • A surface primed for color: stain or paint the molding with your chosen color right away.

 

Specifications

Surface Texture Gesso Coated Country of Origin Chile
Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 4 Length: 96 Width: 4.25 Lineal Ft / Piece 64
Proposition 65
Surface Texture Gesso Coated
Country of Origin Chile
Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 4 Length: 96 Width: 4.25
Lineal Ft / Piece 64
Proposition 65

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  • 3 star
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    All went well, slight damage to one piece. I would like to see longer pieces of crown being offered in 16ft sections if possible.

    By Akkeyea L. from Willingboro, NJ on Mar 10, 2017

    This crown molding is easy to cut, lightweight, and reasonably easy to install for a DYI with the right tools (Crown Molding Jig for holding the molding at the same angle it will be installed at (Do not cut molding flat on the saw unless you plan on using the bevel feature of the saw. A jig makes this process a LOT easier), Miter compass for measuring corner angles , Tape Measure, Miter saw with a good trim blade for smooth cuts, nail gun with 18 Gauge 2'' brad nails, stud finder, some painters tape to mark stud locations, paintable chalk for top and bottom of molding against wall/ceiling, paintable/sandable wood filler or Spackle for use in the corners and nail nails (Don't use chalk, it'll shrink), a ladder or two, and a buddy to help you position larger pieces. One note that will save a DYI some hassle. This crown should be cut and installed at a spring angle of 45 degrees (This wasn't mentioned anywhere and it took me a few test cuts before I figured this out). Also by using some shims you can greatly increase the final fit of your corners. The gaps between the wall and ceiling will be calked anyway. Plus your walls and ceiling are likely to have some variation. They aren't perfectly flat. So far my wife and I have installed about 100 linear feet in a weekend. We plan on steadily working on it over the next month. Sure beats paying someone to install it. You save over 50% doing it yourself. For example someone quoted us $2,500 to do ours. Doing it ourselves everything will cost us about $700 (Including crown, nails, tape, and a new saw blade). We already had all the tools, but they can be rented if you don't have them. You'd just want to work faster than us if you're renting to minimize cost. You could even buy the tools (Mid-grade, you don't need the expensive tools), use them, and then sell them afterwards and it'd still be cheaper by far than hiring someone. Note: If you are worried about corner cuts, you can 'Cheat' and buy corner blocks from somewhere (I know big box stores carry them). Then all you have to do is cut straight. No need for miter cuts. Overall installing this is a lot of work, but I think it is well worth the saving. Build Direct shipped my order quickly. Everything arrived well packaged and undamaged. A+ for customer service followup email checking on how things went.

    By Saeed G. from Knoxville, TN on Jan 25, 2016

    From start to finish I was happy with the service and product.

    By Dwayne G. from Allison Park, PA on Jan 10, 2016

    By Bruce C. from Cranberry Township, PA on Jun 10, 2016

  • Product Overview

    Product Overview

    Improve the visual interest of your walls and ceilings with Grafton Crown Moldings. Once a staple of home construction, crown moldings are now synonymous with Old-World sophistication and traditional décor. A beautiful finishing touch, crown moldings will instantly improve the look and value of your home. Grafton Crown Moldings provide:

    • Old-World style with a modern touch: bring back the simplicity and elegance of Neo-Victorian and French-style décor with 21st-century details.
    • A finished, polished look: crown moldings improve the awkward and stark transition between wall and ceiling by softening the angle.
    • Versatile use: can also be added on top of pilasters or furniture such as cabinets.
    • Lightweight, durable MDF: the material is meant to be easy to handle and install and yet to last a lifetime.
    • A surface primed for color: stain or paint the molding with your chosen color right away.

     

  • Specifications

    Specifications

    Surface Texture Gesso Coated Country of Origin Chile
    Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 4 Length: 96 Width: 4.25 Lineal Ft / Piece 64
    Proposition 65
    Surface Texture Gesso Coated
    Country of Origin Chile
    Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 4 Length: 96 Width: 4.25
    Lineal Ft / Piece 64
    Proposition 65
  • Reviews

    Reviews

    Sort by
    4.7 8 reviews
    • 5 star
      (6)
    • 4 star
      (2)
    • 3 star
      (0)
    • 2 star
      (0)
    • 1 star
      (0)

      All went well, slight damage to one piece. I would like to see longer pieces of crown being offered in 16ft sections if possible.

      By Akkeyea L. from Willingboro, NJ on Mar 10, 2017

      This crown molding is easy to cut, lightweight, and reasonably easy to install for a DYI with the right tools (Crown Molding Jig for holding the molding at the same angle it will be installed at (Do not cut molding flat on the saw unless you plan on using the bevel feature of the saw. A jig makes this process a LOT easier), Miter compass for measuring corner angles , Tape Measure, Miter saw with a good trim blade for smooth cuts, nail gun with 18 Gauge 2'' brad nails, stud finder, some painters tape to mark stud locations, paintable chalk for top and bottom of molding against wall/ceiling, paintable/sandable wood filler or Spackle for use in the corners and nail nails (Don't use chalk, it'll shrink), a ladder or two, and a buddy to help you position larger pieces. One note that will save a DYI some hassle. This crown should be cut and installed at a spring angle of 45 degrees (This wasn't mentioned anywhere and it took me a few test cuts before I figured this out). Also by using some shims you can greatly increase the final fit of your corners. The gaps between the wall and ceiling will be calked anyway. Plus your walls and ceiling are likely to have some variation. They aren't perfectly flat. So far my wife and I have installed about 100 linear feet in a weekend. We plan on steadily working on it over the next month. Sure beats paying someone to install it. You save over 50% doing it yourself. For example someone quoted us $2,500 to do ours. Doing it ourselves everything will cost us about $700 (Including crown, nails, tape, and a new saw blade). We already had all the tools, but they can be rented if you don't have them. You'd just want to work faster than us if you're renting to minimize cost. You could even buy the tools (Mid-grade, you don't need the expensive tools), use them, and then sell them afterwards and it'd still be cheaper by far than hiring someone. Note: If you are worried about corner cuts, you can 'Cheat' and buy corner blocks from somewhere (I know big box stores carry them). Then all you have to do is cut straight. No need for miter cuts. Overall installing this is a lot of work, but I think it is well worth the saving. Build Direct shipped my order quickly. Everything arrived well packaged and undamaged. A+ for customer service followup email checking on how things went.

      By Saeed G. from Knoxville, TN on Jan 25, 2016

      From start to finish I was happy with the service and product.

      By Dwayne G. from Allison Park, PA on Jan 10, 2016

      By Bruce C. from Cranberry Township, PA on Jun 10, 2016

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