Wood trims installing & finishing
Baseboard moldings function as a gap-filler where the floor and the wall meet. Their presence in a home, however, serves not only a functional purpose but adds beauty and character to a home, giving each home a unique
sense of style
If you decide on a wood baseboard molding, there is a price variation from one wood to the next. Pine or poplar are among the cheapest, while mahogany, maple and red cedar are expensive. Wood composite is cheaper than wood in just about every case.
Wood composite .These baseboard moldings may be primed and pre-finished, which makes the painting process much easier. Further, wood composite baseboard moldings do not split or contain knots or finger joints. There is also no grain raise. Generally, wood composite baseboard moldings have more consistency from piece to piece. Their light weight makes wood composite baseboard moldings easier to handle.