Oak Molding and Pine Molding

Mar 13th

Oak Molding – Oak and pine are two of the most commonly used woods in the houses. Both are largely shared by color; red or white oak and pine, yellow or white, although both forests come from a variety of species.

Oak Molding Styles
Oak Molding Styles

Oak Molding is traditional wooden flooring, cabinets and trims molding, at the foot of the walls, the ceiling chandeliers, the walls of the seat rails. There is a very strong wood grain patterns with impressive. It can be easily formed into decorative moldings and takes stains well. White oak is preferably for exterior molding because it resists foul water better. Red oak is generally used for the molding. Pine is very easy to form the casting design and install. It is light and easy to nail the molding trim on walls, around doors or windows or any other program. It also requires paint well and are preferred for applications where casting will be contrast with the walls.

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Both Oak Molding and pine moldings assembled with sorting out nails, either driven by a hammer or a nail gun or air gun. The choice of form types are usually based on costs and decoration which are desired – oak wood finishing, pine color.