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Flexible Crown Molding

Description and Common Uses

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Flexible Crown Molding is typically applied where the wall and ceiling meet and is usually installed at a 45 degree angle. It can also be used around doors and windows for a very dramatic effect. Flexible Crown Molding can also be used on large columns to create a custom column.

Due to the angle at which flexible Crown molding is installed, it usually needs to be pre-curved to the approximate radius of the curve. Measuring for the radius is easy and our Custom Molding Wizard will walk you through the process and show you diagrams on how it is done. Pre-curving to a radius does not add any additional time or cost to the order

Made from a solid Polyurethane material, it is impervious to water and will not warp or rot. Use it indoors or out in even the harshest environments.

Although flexible molding is much less expensive than curved wood molding, it is more expensive than straight common wood moldings so, we suggest using wood molding for the straight sections and finding a matching flexible molding for the curved sections. With over 50,000 moldings to choose from, there is a good chance we have a match to your wood molding. Use our Molding Search Engine to find a match to your molding. If you're having trouble finding a match, contact us and we would be happy to help you find the right match.

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