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MOLDING PAINTING

Molding Painting in the Blackwood, NJ Area

Putting a fresh coat of paint on your molding (also known as trim) can be the perfect finishing touch to a room or house renovation. Whether it's crown molding, base molding, chair rail, casing or decorative molding, a refresh or a new color will make everything look sharp.

Painting molding the right way is not as easy as opening up a can of paint, dipping in a brush and brushing it on the molding. The proper preparation of the wood is critical to ensure it looks excellent when completed and holds up over time. This is especially true for char rail and crown molding, which are both more likely to draw the eye.

While white is the most popular color for molding, off white, gray and even black can also add interesting contrast, as can a more natural wood stain. Some designers recommend painting the trim the same color as the walls. This approach doesn't provide contrast, but it does introduce depth and texture to the walls.

At Mooneys Painting we paint all types of molding in all areas of the house. You can rest assured that we will prepare the trim properly and have it looking just the way you want it to.

Molding painting requires excellent technique because the molding so often borders the ceiling or the floor. You can trust the experts at Mooneys Painting to provide high quality work when painting your trim, with no stray marks left on other surfaces.

If you live in Blackwood, Mt. Laurel, Cherry Hill, Mullica Hill, Morristown, Voorhees or other areas of the area and you'd like to have your molding painted by one of the best painting contractors in the area, give us a call today. We'll be happy to give you a free quote for the services you are requesting.

Call us today at 856-232-6835 or request a free estimate

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