Trim Installation Toronto
To achieve a polished finish, careful attention should be taken during the trim installation process. Our seasoned crown moulding contractors have over 10 years of combined experience in custom trim work and know-how to trim openings in a way that enhances your home’s interior. We use durable trim material made of MDF that has been proven to be a solid choice to cover window and door trim. It’s also important to note that our trim can be further customized by adding a coat of paint for a finishing touch in any colour of your choice. As well, part of the installation process includes sealing nail holes and paying close attention to corners for an even finish.
Baseboards are both functional and decorative features. They hide imperfections where the wall and floor meet and protect the wall mostly from furniture legs. A room is not quite complete without them.
Trim Team offers a wide range of options for your baseboards, allowing you to make a selection and can be easily incorporated into any room in your home. While the choice is completely yours, we recommend a baseboard and trim that match. This ensures a cohesive look throughout the room.
Baseboards Installation Toronto
While baseboards may seem like a minor detail when considering the design and décor of a room, it’s often the minute details that accentuate or take away from the interior design and overall appeal of a room.
Baseboards vary in size and design, but the standard size is between 5-8 inches in height. Knowing how to install baseboards is key and requires a level of expertise.
Trust the experts at Trim Team to install baseboards in your home to perfection. With a detail-oriented approach, we make sure that every step in the baseboard installation process is done according to industry standards. We will also take all the necessary measurements to determine the right baseboard height for your property.
Sometimes, interior damage to a building can leave your baseboards in bad shape and in need of replacement. Another problem often seen with older buildings is uneven baseboards. This happens over the course of time and can create the need to replace your baseboards.
While removing baseboards may seem straightforward, it’s a task best left to professionals. Accuracy is key when it comes to measuring and fitting baseboards. It’s imperative that the professionals you hire for the job know exactly how to cut baseboards and know the proper steps to follow when installing baseboards.
Our team will assess the damage and exercise care in removing the damaged baseboards before replacing them with modern baseboards of your choice.
Common Materials Used for Baseboards
The material you select for your baseboard trim is just as important as the shape and size. With several options to choose from, we encourage our customers to be mindful of the advantages and disadvantages of each material so they can decide which one is best for them.
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)
This type of material is relatively new to the market and has taken the home improvement industry by storm. It consists of wood fibers and other materials, making it easy to work and shape.
This is definitely a good option if you’re on a budget but keep in mind that you will need to stain the trim to give it a more natural look. Nonetheless, it can look very similar to wood baseboards yet is a much more affordable alternative.
This is another inexpensive softwood used for baseboard trim. It is available in a prime or unprimed version–which gives you the opportunity to paint or stain it to suit your personal preference. And the result is absolutely breathtaking!
However, one of the drawbacks of this type of wood baseboard is that it can be rather inconsistent and fragile to work with.
This type of baseboard provides the most elegant look that is often a favorite among homeowners. Oak is the most popular wood when it comes to trim options, and it’s easy to stain and pair with existing trim in your home.
This baseboard option is certainly the most expensive because it’s considered luxurious and it’s a lot tougher to work with compared to other baseboard materials.
Baseboards installed by Professionals
One of our core values is to prioritize the needs of our customers from beginning to end. When you hire us to install your baseboard trim, you can expect nothing short of perfection and elegance. Our close attention to detail in designing and installing baseboards is what sets us apart as leaders in the industry, and we are mindful to leave your home dust-free when the job is done.
From simple baseboard designs to more complex ones, Trim Team is your one-stop shop for all your baseboard and trim needs. Get in touch with today to learn how we can be of service to you!
Window and Door Trim
Interior trim casings like window trim and door trim can create a visual that adds sophistication and elegance to your home. The interior trim that surrounds a door or window frame is installed before the baseboards and the process can be completed quickly and easily when you have the right team of experts.
Trim Team is capable of handling any door and window casing installation project. So, whether you have a simple casing design or a more elaborate one, we’ve got what it takes to get the job well and in a reasonable timeframe.
Door Casing Installation
Door casings are more than just decorative—they hide the transition between the wall and the door. We are proud to say that no one does interior door casings quite like us. We offer a wide variety of door casing styles for you to choose from.
Through diligent work and unmatched skill, we’ve been able to expand our services to include the most complex door casings designs on the market.
Our door casings also come with door installation and replacement service that you should definitely take advantage of for amazing deals.
Window Trim Installation
Similar to door casings, window casings cover the space between the frame of the window and the wall. Installing window casing is the finishing touch in a similar way that baseboards complete a room.
The style of your home plays a large part in choosing the right window casing style for your home.
In order to blend with the style of the room and maintain more of a cohesive look, we recommend that interior window casings match the mouldings used in the room.
Offering a Variety of Interior Trim Ideas
- Complete Trim – This is when the mouldings surround all four sides of the windows or doors. The placement of the mouldings determines how decorative the casing is.
- Low-profile Trim – This type of casing serves as a barrier that helps seal out the cold air and prevents warm air in the home from escaping. For this reason, it’s a great way to weatherstrip your windows and doors.
- High-profile Trim – This is one of the most versatile window casing styles on the market. The casing either surrounds the whole window or door or is set above them.
- Modern Trim – This type of casing offers a clean finish and typically matches the colour of the material covering the rest of the window, giving it a matching look instead of the casing making a bold statement. In these types of casings, the glass in the window or door is the focal point instead of the mouldings.
- Traditional Trim – These window and door casings can easily be compared to low-profile casings because both are associated with older homes and offer a clean, simple look.
Trim installed professionally
The contractors at Trim Team have extensive experience on how to install door casings, window casings, and everything in between. The techniques and methods we use allow us to get the job done in record time without compromise to the quality.
We Are Leaders in Door and Window Casings Because We Offer:
- Quality work using the best trim materials on the market
- Clean and tidy service with complete post-installation cleanup
- Variety of trim and moulding services, all in house
- Complex designs and innovative approach
We served customers all across the GTA including Toronto, North York, Etobicoke, Scarborough, Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Woodbridge, King City, Aurora, Newmarket, Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Ajax, Pickering, Whitby, Stouffville, Georgina, Bradford, Barrie and more.