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1/4 in. x 8-1/2 x 5 in. Primed Polyurethane St. James Crown Inside Corner Block Moulding

$1419
  • Polyurethane construction is shock- and abrasion-resistant
  • Factory-primed surface enables you to color it as per the decor
  • 2-piece crown molding installs without nailing or gluing
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Product Overview

Focal Point's 6-1/4 in. primed polyurethane St. James Inside Corner Block eliminates the need to miter crown moulding. Part of the Moulding Mates family of miter-less accessories. Its two-piece design is easy to install without adhesive or face nailing.
  • Designed to match Focal Point's St. James crown moulding no. 11170
  • Screw the stem into the top plate of the wall and snap the inside corner on to the stem
  • High-density, moulded polyurethane for rich detail and durability
  • Factory primed and ready to paint, stain or faux finish

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.25
Product Length (in.)
8.5
Product Width (in.)
5

Details

Application
Ceiling
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White Primed
Finish Type
Primed
Installation Type
Nail
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Polyurethane
Moulding Features
Moisture Resistant,Rot Resistant,Termite Resistant
Moulding Type
Inside Corner Moulding
Pattern Number
11170
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

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Fits over your moulding to hide the cut ends and prevents you from having to mitre the ends of yo...
Fits over your moulding to hide the cut ends and prevents you from having to mitre the ends of your moulding. Not worth it. Mitering corners isn't that difficult to accomplish and this leaves tons of gaps to caulk and paint over. The time you save by skipping the mitre saw, you'll waste caulking and painting.
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