Internet #202087592

Model #ICR8PFJ

Store SKU #972258

3-1/2 in. x 3-1/2 in. x 7-3/4 in. Wood Inside Crown Corner Block Moulding

  • Primed white finish brings a classy vibe to your decor
  • Durable wood construction for long-lasting use
  • Intended for indoor use
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Product Overview

The House of Fara 3-1/2 in. x 3-1/2 in. x 7-3/4 in. Wood Inside Crown Corner Block Moulding is designed for interior use where the ceiling meets a wall corner. Create the professional look you want without having to fuss with difficult miter cuts. Crown Corner blocks add a unique detail and an architectural touch to any crown moulding project.
  • Elegant profile design
  • Primed white
  • For use where the ceiling meets the wall corner
  • For interior use
  • For crown mouldings 4 to 5 in. wide
  • California residents

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Price
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Ratings
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Interior/ExteriorInteriorInteriorInteriorInterior
Installation TypeNailNailNailNail
Moulding TypeBlockBlockBlockBlock
MaterialWoodWoodWoodWood
Finish TypeUnfinishedPrimedUnfinishedUnfinished
ApplicationDoor & WindowCeilingCeilingCeiling
Moulding FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Product Height (in.)83.57.754.375
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.5
Product Height (in.)
3.5
Product Width (in.)
7.75

Details

Application
Ceiling
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
Natural
Finish Type
Primed
Installation Type
Nail
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Wood
Moulding Features
No Additional Features
Moulding Type
Block
Pattern Number
8
Pro Pack
No
Returnable
180-Day

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Questions & Answers

7Questions16Answers

can i install this corner molding with 5 inch crown molding and 8feet high ceiling? thanks

Asked by habiba January 30, 2019
4
Answers

YES U CAN, I DID THE SAME THING AS U ARE PROPOSING AND IT LOOKS JUST FINE, PIECE OF CAKE

what type and size of nail do I need to fasten the corner block with?

Asked by Mac July 8, 2018
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Answer

The best way I found was to make a corner block that fit snugly inside nail that to the wall, then nail this piece to the inside block. Otherwise I needed 3" trim screws, and they were difficult to use.

Will this work for 5 1/4" crown moulding?

Asked by Jason4wvu February 4, 2018
1
Answer

This particular item will not. However, they make an identical item specifically for 5-1/4" crown.

What size outside corner block would you use with this size inside corner block

Asked by Newb April 6, 2017
3
Answers

They sell 3-1/2" outside corner blocks, usually found on the shelf directly next to this one.

I am an amateur at this and have never used a nail gun before. What type (Brad or finish) and si...

Asked by Mel January 28, 2017
2
Answers

I would not recommend a brad nailer for this application. I would recommend a 16 gauge finish nail inch and a half to 2 inches to ensure a good grab. When installing I shot 2 nails in the upper corner of each side and one in the lower portion to ensure a tight fit. Cover nails with a good bit of caulk a light sanding and paint and you'll never know they're there.

Do you butt the crowning moulding up to the block moulding or do the corners have to be mitered?

Asked by Judy January 8, 2017
3
Answers

The crown molding butts directly to the block molding no miters necessary.

What about the ends?

Asked by Bill October 20, 2016
2
Answers

Butt right up to them 90 cuts being that your corners are square

Customer Reviews

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Painted white not primed sand prime then paint these
Painted white not primed sand prime then paint these
by Brad
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Square and correct. Good quality....
Square and correct. Good quality.
by Justin
Good quality no big issues that can't be fixed without...
Good quality no big issues that can't be fixed without some caulking
by HomeDepotCustomer
I give this 5 stars. Love Love Love...
I give this 5 stars. Love Love Love
by KAY
by ELWIN
Nice lines, very little nicks to pieces, easy to install...
Nice lines, very little nicks to pieces, easy to install
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by Great
These make crown molding trim work look great. Easy to install and take the work out of miter cut...
These make crown molding trim work look great. Easy to install and take the work out of miter cuts in the corners.
by Craig
Response from House of Fara ServiceJun 6, 2019
Hi Craig, thank you for taking the time to review this product. HouseofFara
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