What is Alexandria Moulding used for?
Description. Applied where the floor and wall meet to hide any imperfections and to protect the walls from kicks, bumps, and cleaning machinery.
Where is Alexandria Moulding made?
Located in Alexandria, Ontario its manufacturing facilities, as well as its brand new state of the art 220,000 square feet distribution center, service the eastern part of Canada. Alexandria Moulding has been in operation for 72 years and is privately owned and managed by a third generation of family members.
How do you cut Alexandria molding?
Cutting MDF mouldings is no different from cutting wood mouldings. A standard hand saw or chop saw can be used for straight cuts and a miter saw can be used for any angle cuts. As with any other wood mouldings, a fine tooth saw should be used for cutting to give you a nice, clean finish.
Who owns Alexandria Moulding?
MDF. Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is produced using a combination of heat and pressure to bond wood fibers and resin to form a composite panel. This engineered product is easily shaped for casing, baseboard, jambs, chair rails, crown and many other profiles.
What is window casing?
Casings are the moldings that go around the window frames. They are installed outside the house to seal the window frame to the house blocking cold air from entering the interior. Inside, casings are the finishing touch to a window installation, the same as baseboards and door moldings finish off a room.
Can you use MDF for crown molding?
MDF. Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) crown molding can be used in rooms where trim is painted. MDF is a stable and low-cost alternative to solid wood. It comes in a wide range of stock profiles, some with a natural wood veneer suitable for staining.