Are you renovating a home or giving your current home a much-needed update? CDM Woodworking offers custom crown molding services that can help elevate your space or match the molding already in your home. 

CDM Woodworking Custom Crown Molding Services

When it comes to creating a home environment that suits your needs and aesthetics it usually takes a ton of planning to make sure that you end up with what was envisioned. Let CDM Woodworking help with the vision you want for your home. 

We offer custom crown molding services for all your commercial and residential projects. If you are looking to add custom molding, match existing molding that is hard to find and anything in between our team of experts is ready to help. We have a catalog of over 250 unique design profiles to choose from or you can bring in a picture, sketch, or design idea and our woodworkers will create the profile of your dreams. 

Custom Crown Molding Available in Evanston, IL

Our team of professional woodworkers happily serves the community in Evanston, IL, and the surrounding areas. Evanston is located in the Cook County area of Illinois just north of Chicago. It is home to over 75,000 residents and is known as a college town suburb home of Northwestern University. 

Commonly Asked Questions About Custom Crown Molding 

When it comes to molding there are always common questions that we get asked. We are happy to answer all your questions to the best of our abilities, Here are a few that we get. 

What Is The Best Material To Use For Crown Molding?

The short answer is wood! Wood tends to be the best material and the most sought material that homeowners tend to go with. Wood comes in various grains like pine or oak. It is also easy to prime and paint, it can also be stained after being sanded. There are various other options that you can go with if you are looking for more cost-effective materials. Some of those materials are: 

  • PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) – man-made material, lightweight, easy to cut, budget-friendly for those on a budget, can be installed with construction adhesive making it do it yourself friendly. 
  • MDF (medium density fiberboard) – made of a variety of leftover wood products like sawdust and wood scraps along with a resin. It is also budget-friendly and has a smooth finish making it easy to paint. You get the ease of installation like PVC but the look of the wood options without the use of real wood. 

What you ultimately choose to use for your crown molding material is entirely up to your preference and budget. 

Is There A Difference Between Crown Molding and Trim? 

Molding and trim tend to get used interchangeably when you hear people talking about their homes which leave many confused by the two. Molding and trim are two different things. Trim is just as it sounds, it is wood pieces that go around things like windows, and doors to “trim” them out and make them stand out so to speak. Molding or crown molding is specifically used on the perimeter of walls to cover the gaps or open space between ceilings and walls. Crown molding is like the icing on a cake, it finishes off a room. If you are looking to add custom crown molding then CDM Woodworking will be happy to help.

Contact Us Today For A Quote

If you are working on a home and want to either add custom crown molding to a room or multiple rooms our expert woodworkers are eagerly waiting to create your desired profiles. Contact us to get a quote today on your project.