The Process of Cutting Crown Molding
Crown molding installation isn’t easy. In addition to cutting the crown molding trim, an expert offering crown molding installation in Fremont will need to apply it perfectly to the juncture of the ceiling and wall. To learn more about the process of cutting crown molding, watch this video clip.
The first step is to get the orientation of the crown molding correct. To do this, professional tools need to be used to make opposite cuts at exact 45-degree angles. Cutting the molding properly is essential if you want the molding to look seamless at the meeting point of the ceiling and two walls. At Pacific Drywall, we have 22 years of experience cutting crown molding and providing textured ceiling replacement. Give us a call or visit our website to see our ceiling designs.