Base Shoe Molding outside Corner

Mar 12th

Base Shoe Molding – During the renovation of the house many homeowners choose to make dramatic changes in the home, from a complete kitchen remodeling to add some new rooms. The little things can have a big impact. It’s the attention to detail that can help you save money in this sluggish economy, which is why making the right decision the first go around is important.

Pictures of Base Shoe Molding
Pictures of Base Shoe Molding

Some homeowners choose to install baseboard along with door and window trim, as it helps to cover the gap and do look more attractive (in many cases). When doing so, the question arises whether to use a quarter-round or Base Shoe Molding.

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You can find the same problems as possible, and not really even see the difference between the two options. After a glance at and some thought, you will soon realize that there is a difference between these two options baseboard.

Many professionals prefer Base Shoe Molding, partly because it looks more elegant than the quarter-round. In addition, in the quarter round pedestal shaped like a semi-cylinder (hence the name) so that it can be difficult to drive a nail through it and into the pedestal. Lack flat nailing surface can be a major problem for the installer; molding more susceptible to splitting or hammer a dent if you do not use a pneumatic finish mailer.