Nu Crown Mouldings: High-End Mouldings Developed for DIY
The space in your wall-to-ceiling corner is full of decorative potential. NU Crown Mouldings offer an elegant, affordable solution for any discerning homeowner thanks to exclusive manufacturing techniques and factory-direct prices. Unlike most other mouldings—which can be expensive, fragile, and require professional installation—Nu Crown Mouldings are cost-friendly, crack-proof, and easy to install for any DIY enthusiast. Browse our gallery of fine crown mouldings to find the right fit for your unique style, and rest easy knowing that all our products come with a lifetime warranty.
Why NU Crown Mouldings ?
For an enduring symbol of craftsmanship and luxury, you would think that crown mouldings would be difficult and expensive to install. While that was true for most of history, modern fabrication technology has made beautiful mouldings accessible to homeowners with even the most basic DIY skills. Whether in a home or condominium, Nu Crown Mouldings can be installed by a single person with basic tools and minimal mess. They’re lightweight, easy to handle, and can be glued directly to concrete ceilings without special supports.
Worried about the longevity of DIY crown mouldings? Worry no more. Ours are the most durable, crack-proof product on the market, with super-easy joint work—and the joints will never separate. It’s all thanks to our proprietary flexible plaster coating, which is sandable and ready to paint (no primer required).
Best of all, they’re backed by a lifetime guarantee. Thanks to our high-grade materials, NU Crown Mouldings eliminate common problems associated with MDF, LDF, HDF, PVC, wood, polyurethane, plaster, and uncoated EPS/XPS (Styrofoam) mouldings. Achieve high-end, professional results without spending a fortune—all with the safety of a lifetime guarantee.
7 Simple Steps to Install NU Crown Mouldings
- Using a tape measure on the wall-to-ceiling spot where you would like to place the moulding, determine your desired length.
- Cut crown moulding to that length.
- Apply adhesive to the back of the moulding.
- Install by placing crown moulding onto your desired place.
- Seal joints and gaps with caulking or drywall mud.
- Lightly sand the joints and gaps that have been sealed.
- Paint (no primer necessary); premium quality latex flat paint is recommended.
NU Crown Mouldings Styles
Unsure which crown moulding style is right for your home? With our versatile designs, It’s hard to go wrong, but you can rely on our handy style guide for extra tips.
What People Say About Us
Putting these mouldings in was way easier than I expected. Definitely a bit of a DIY project, but very doable. Result looks awesome.
My old house has uneven walls, so I didn’t think crown mouldings were a realistic option. But installation was actually really straightforward, since they’re flexible and sandable. Tons of compliments!
I initially wanted mouldings to spruce up my bedroom, but ended up putting them in living and dining rooms too, since they were simple to put in.
As a house flipper, easy renos that make a big difference for ROI are key for me. These are a dream for impressing buyers.
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