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How To Install  Crown Molding

Would you like to add crown molding to your home? You may be in the same position as me, having the desire to do home remolding and renovations yourself. Much like you, I figured if I could spend a weekend installing crown molding to completely change the look of my house and increase the value, plus save $1000 – $6000 dollars in the process, I would do it.

The fact that you’re spending the time to read on shows that you care about creating a beautiful crown molding job for your home. After all, you’re not just throwing the crown molding up and slapping some filler over it.

Like me … you may have asked yourself:

  • Where do I begin?
  • How do I measure and cut crown molding?
  • Why do I have large gaps in the joints?
  • Which books should I read to learn how, or should I just wing it and figure it out myself?

Now is the Time to Stop Looking Around and Receive the Proper Guidance for a Successful Job!

Now available to you in an illustrated e-book format:

Learn how to install crown molding

Guide to Basic Crown Molding is exactly what you may need to learn how to add your own crown molding. If you like crown molding then you will want to check out these

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  • Stan Johnson Co. April 8, 2010, 4:50 pm

    I really like your picture. I like the idea of putting tile on the wall near the counters. I have seen that a lot and I really like the idea. In fact at my parents home, they put granite on the wall next to the stove.

  • Lori April 16, 2010, 11:47 am

    Can you mix dark and light moldings with cabinets?
    .-= Lori´s last blog ..How Solar Electric Fences Works =-.

    • gailjrichardson April 16, 2010, 4:32 pm

      I would say yes that you can mix light and dark molding with cabinets and the reason I say this is that I see light and dark cabinets mixed together and they need molding. I feel like most things we do are a preference to our own styles.

  • Leeanna Mottern April 23, 2010, 9:24 pm

    Interesting post, having a bit of an issue accessing the RSS feed. I would quite like to add your blog. Will try again later. Thanks again!

  • gailjrichardson March 8, 2010, 6:12 pm

    I really enjoyed your information about heavy bed frames. I do inspections for a mattress company and these would really help to avoid any sagging issues. Great product.

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