Types of Trim
MDF Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) is an engineered wood product made by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibres, often in a defibrator. MDF is generally more dense than plywood.
PFJ Wood is a solid pine timber where the board is created using small, individual pieces joined together with glue and small interlocking ‘fingers’ to create a neat zig zag effect at the join site. All knots are eliminated in this process.
Solid Wood is your home's most natural option and often the most beautiful and attractive option. Solid wood moulding will bring an organic, natural feel into your home. Hardwood options won't warp over time and very rarely crack.
Shiplap is crafted with a rabbet or notch cut on both edges of the board. Like the tongue and groove of generic wooden planks, this shape allows for cladding, which is a technique in which one material is placed over the other. When these boards are installed horizontally or vertically, they will naturally slide and “lap” one on top of the other, creating a perfect fit as they self-space. The finished product will be flush and solid with a tight seal.