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A: Thanks for your question! As of now there is not a date as per when we will have this item in stock. Sorry for the inconvenience
A: I see no reason why it could not! It looks very good even as a standalone.
A: It's really too small for floor molding.
A: If it suits you, I see no reason why you could not use it for that purpose.
A: Yes, Mike
A: You can cut it to your desired length take to register, they will measure. Sells by foot.
A: They have a saw setup at Home Depot where you can cut it to whatever size you choose. That is what I have typically done. They will be more than happy to cut it for you if you would like for them to. I believe you can even order the measurements online, have them cut it to your specifications, then just pick it up.
A: Yes, they will cut it for you.
A: There is a stand for cutting moulding and you can purchase by the foot. I've always cut it myself but I believe you could ask a store associate to help you
A: Yes, the store will cut the molding and you pay by the foot.
A: Yes, it's sold by the linear foot and they stock incredibly large pieces so they can cut to your specs.
A: I am pretty sure that they will. I would call the store and ask for the millwork department to check first.
A: This moulding is sold in 16 foot lengths. I premeasured my car to find out the length I can comfortably drive home. If a small proportion sticks out of the window, I can get 13 foot pieces. If you go that route, bring a thick towel to protect your car and something to tied it up. I used a garage bag, so it wouldn’t damage my car. I tied it to the side mirror. At the store, there is a cutting cart with a fine and coarse toothed saws. Coarse will be faster to cut. I bring my own tape measure. The store should have one but it’s on a chain. It’s easier to bring my own. Good luck
A: Yes you just have to ask the people in the wood isle.
A: Yes, they should. I'd suggest you call your actual store and confirm (also to make sure they actually have this in stock).