The final step in any professional woodworking project is something called finish carpentry. This process includes installing finish woods and trim, which is typically made from synthetic materials like plastic. A finish carpenter will install crown molding, windows, stairs, and baseboards and generally finish up your project to make it look fantastic. Before wrapping up your project, take a look at some of the more important elements of finish carpentry to make sure your renovation is up to par!
Wood molding services provided by finish carpenters
Window & Door Moldings
After the actual installation of a door, a finish carpenter will need to install the wood molding and trim which surrounds it for both decorative purposes as well as to ensure proper operation. Trim must be carefully measured and installed perfectly.
Installing molding and trimming around stairs is another specialized finish carpentry task. While some elements of the installation can be pretty straightforward, cutting and fitting the wood molding requires a steady hand to ensure elegant, even, and sturdy stairs.
Crown molding is the trim which sits between the wall and the ceiling. Well-done, crown molding is a great way to add some style and elegance to the lines of your home. Like any finish carpentry, accurate measurements and skillful installation are essential to this job.