Style 1 Angelo  3-1/2" Crown Molding  buy 8 - 40 ft.
3.5" Foam crown molding, 351, Angelo

Style 1 Angelo 3-1/2" Crown Molding buy 8 - 40 ft.

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Part Number:3.5.1 8-40

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Buy what you need in 8 ft lengths (Choose amounts of molding and precut corners in each window before clicking add to cart button)
Add precut INSIDE corners cut on the end of the molding lengths. Two regular 45 degree cuts equals a regular 90 degree corner (See left thumbnail pictures) help
Add precut OUTSIDE corners cut on the end of the molding lengths. Two regular 45 degree cuts equals a regular 90 degree corner (See left thumbnail pictures) help
Enter custom corner degree of corners. Example: 1 Inside @ 88, 2 inside @ 135, 1 outside @ 92
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Easy to install foam crown molding - Made in the USA

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Installs with simple latex painters caulk - no nailing

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Perfect for DIY or professionals. Only requires one coat of water based paint.

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Does not contract an expand like wood or mdf moldings
Purchase the amount you need from 8 Ft to 40 Ft of 3.5" Angelo Foam Crown Molding by Austin Crown Molding. Comes in 8 ft. lengths. Easy to install smooth, high density, molded, white polystyrene, foam crown molding. Light weight - only 10 oz per 8 foot length. The easiest crown molding you will ever install! Installs with painters caulk to most surfaces, drywall, concrete, brick, wood and more. No expensive tools are needed. All you need is a saw to make straight cuts and a caulking gun. We can cut corners for you at any angle. Just apply a bead of painters caulk on the top and bottom of the molding, press into the wall and ceiling and then wipe off the excess caulk. You have installed and caulked your seams in one step! Does not contract or expand like wood moldings. Only one coat of a water-based paint is required. Paint it before you install it if you like. Looks better than wood, MDF and urethane moldings. Great for indirect LED and rope lighting applications. Can be used in damp locations. Comes with an instruction sheet. Class A fire rated. Ships quick! Normally the same working day!    Proudly made in America!

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5 Stars
Mr.
One of the best and easiest products to use for the result I was looking for. The customer service was A-One! Having the pre-cut inside corners was the cherry on the top. My wife loves what we've done so much she wants me to do the other side of the basement.
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Reviewed by:  from Springfield VA. on 2/25/2019
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5 Stars
Do It Yourselfer
I chose to use this molding in order to hide the speaker wires for 4 wall mounted surround sound speakers. The molding arrived in a few days of my placing the order and was securely packed in a l-o-n-g cardboard box. No damage was found (good packaging!). The styrofoam used to make this molding is quite a bit denser than the typical styrofoam found in hobby stores. The finished side is very smooth and defect free. One important note; the molding I received was NOT exactly 8 feet (96 inches). Mine were 95 1/4 inches. It was a good thing I measured the pieces before I started cutting! I did paint the molding before installing it. It took two coats of paint to completely cover the molding (the first coat appeared to act as a primer). Installing the molding onto the wall and ceiling was very easy; just a bit messy. I used ordinary paintable latex caulk. I did have to run a second bead of caulk along the top and bottom molding edges to hide gaps but that was no big deal. Caulking the whole room took just shy of 2 tubes of caulk. You have to pay attention to and be careful with is cutting the angle ends of the molding. I bought a digital protractor to help with measuring the corner angles. I highly recommend getting one of these; it removed all guess work for cutting the angles. One more note about cutting. Even though I had measured the room perimeter at the ceiling. I would follow the process of 1. Installing a full length molding pieces first (after cutting the angle for the corner), 2. Remeasure the next molding piece from the end of the piece just installed to the next corner of the wall. 3. Cut install that piece. 4. Repeat. I was amazed how many times my original measurements were off by as much as an 3/16 inches! Following this process allows for nice tight seams. Speaking of cutting the angles for the corners. Remember to divide the measured corner angles by 2. For example, I had a corner angle measure out to 138 degrees (the weird closet door). The actual angle cut I made was 69 degrees. Once all the molding pieces were up, I waited another day and repainted the areas of the molding where I had to recaulk to fill in the gaps. I'm guessing the time it took install JUST the molding (remember this was to become a Media room so there was a lot of room prep), including the initial painting of the molding was 4 days. It was really very easy. I included some pictures so you can see the process and final results; which I am very pleased with!
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Reviewed by:  from Prescott. on 4/26/2020
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5 Stars
Ms
My husband doubted me in the decision to add crown molding and LED lighting to my bathroom update project. I’ve installed baseboards but never crown. I used our miter saw for my 4 inside corners and then painted 1 coat of ultra pure white from Home Depot , then I added reflective tape. I measured where the LED cord needed to feed through and cut a channel and fed the cord through to drop down to the outlet. I eventually hid the cord with a corner hider. Using basic Alex caulk it literally took 15 minutes to install the molding. Using a level, I made sure everything was where it needed to be which was about 2” down from the ceiling. The next day I installed the LED strips. Again this process was very quick using Geeni smart light strips that I bought on Amazon. That way I can control them using Alexa or a Phone app. What I didn’t count on was that the light strip’s controller/transmitter was fairly large and stuck up above the molding and could be seen from the floor level. As a result I got my utility knife and dug a large hole inside the molding so I could tuck away the transmitter. It should be noted that this process was fairly difficult because The moldings were already installed and I had only 2” to work in. I used quite a bit of pressure to dig that hole and a sharp blade and even then the molding was tough. I really had to use a lot of force. Not only did the molding stay in place it held up quite well. It was only with persistence and a lot of sweat that I got that hole dug. So these may be Styrofoam but they are durable, high density and tough. They look amazing and now I have a lot of beautiful ambient light in my bathroom that I can control with voice commands and my husband is very impressed. I didn’t have to caulk the bottom but I chose to use Insta trim bought on Amazon for a nice clean line. These moldings look absolutely gorgeous in my tiny bathroom. My husband keeps walking in and commenting on how good it looks. Guess whose bathroom is next.
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Reviewed by:  from Sacramento, CA . on 9/7/2020
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5 Stars
Mr
Excellent product. Easy to cut and hang.
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Reviewed by:  from Milton. on 9/12/2020
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5 Stars
homeowner
My crown molding project arrived quickly and with no dents in the packaging. The pieces pre cut for me and we’re helpful but in the end I didn’t need it as my slider miter box saw cut the material much better than I thought it would. It was basically flawless! Very easy to install and very fast project. Thank you (staff) for the patience and advice. I highly recommend your products! Sincerely Eric
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Reviewed by:  from Minneapolis. on 11/4/2019
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