Molding Millwork and Trim

  • Architectural Applications of Cellular PVC for Exterior Mouldings and Trim

    This program is registered with the AIA for 1 CEH hour and with the NAHB for 1 hour; it covers the basics of cellular PVC for moulding and trim. It shows the learner the anatomy of window surrounds made of cellular PVC, how to install and maintain the material, and finally architectural moulding and trim mistakes to avoid. Take the course.

    Posted:
    May 2012
    Subject(s):
    Molding Millwork and Trim
    Sponsor:
    Royal Building Products
  • Introduction to Synthetic Millwork and Trim

    By the end of this learning unit, you will be able to describe Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Polyurethane (PUR) materials. You will also be able to compare the manufacturing processes for both PVC and PUR. Next, you will be able to compare manufacturing processes as well as the properties and performance characteristics of PVC and PUR products. Finally, you will be able to identify applications of PVC and PUR synthetic millwork. Take the course.

    Posted:
    August 2011
    Subject(s):
    Interiors, Molding Millwork and Trim
    Sponsor:
    Fypon
  • New Millennium Millwork and Trim: PVC and POLYURETHANE

    This learning unit will discuss the features and benefits of using Polyvinyl chloride — commonly known as PVC — and Polyurethane, for decorative millwork and trim. It will discuss how these materials compare to some older and less productive traditional products now in use. The course will help you to understand why you should consider synthetic millwork for your next project, but comparing PVC and Polyurethane to traditional millwork options. Also, this learning unit will cover standard practice installation recommendations as well as requirements and techniques. Take the course.

    Posted:
    July 2011
    Subject(s):
    Interiors, Molding Millwork and Trim
    Sponsor:
    Fypon
  • Cellular Trim Materials for Architectural Details

    1.0 LU

    After completing the course, the learner will be able to: recognize the two types of cellular PVC and describe the differences between them; list three key performance benefits of cellular PVC trim over wood trim; recognize how PVC trim reacts to temperature changes and how to minimize expansion and contraction through proper installation; define Light Reflective Value and why it is important when painting PVC trim products; and, specify installation requirements including fastening, sawing and painting. Take the course.

    Posted:
    August 2010
    Subject(s):
    Finishes and Surfaces, Molding Millwork and Trim
    Sponsor:
    Kleer Lumber
    Certification(s):
    AIA
  • Achieve Design Consistency: With Cabinetry and Millwork

    1 LU

    In this learning unit, we will show you how the seven cabinetry and millwork categories that work together to achieve design consistency. You will be able to list the five key design choices for each cabinetry and millwork category and learn how configurations, profiles and moldings are critical elements to maintaining design consistency. You will analyze the differences between factory finishes and jobsite finishes to determine which is best for the needs of your projects Take the course.

    Posted:
    January 2009
    Subject(s):
    Cabinets, Molding Millwork and Trim
    Sponsor:
    WoodHarbor
    Certification(s):
    AIA
  • PVC and Polyurethane: The Right Products for the Right Application

    1 LU

    PVC and polyurethane products can be used in a variety of interior and exterior applications. This learning unit examines the manufacturing processes for each material and explains why the materials are suited for specific applications. You will be able to compare PVC and polyurethane to other common trim and millwork materials. Take the course.

    Posted:
    July 2008
    Subject(s):
    Molding Millwork and Trim
    Sponsor:
    Fypon
    Certification(s):
    AIA