Moulding & Wood Products

Wood Moulding & Millwork


It may seem subtle, but the right wood moulding & millwork can make a big difference to an interior space. Wood trim and wood molding is often the proverbial cherry on top when it comes to home improvement, and it’s one of the final elements that tie your space together. Your wood trim acts as protection for your walls in the form of baseboards and chair rails and adds a sophisticated accent to ceilings and staircases. As your home improvement outlet, we have a wide selection of wood moulding options that will help you match the style of your home to your individual personality. Inspire your project. Inspire your budget.


We have an abundance of finishes including pine, MDF, metal, oak, hardwood, and more, and all of our wood moulding & millwork options are built for a variety of different solutions, such as:


  • Trim board
  • Wall planking
  • Casing
  • Stair treads and bullnose
  • Crown moulding
  • Baseboards
  • Chair rails
  • Handrails
  • Wainscot
  • Brick
  • And many more!

You’ll find everything you need to complete your project at Home Outlet - your trusted building supply store - because our goal is to take care of your home improvement needs.


Moulding & Trim

Choose Your Moulding

Whether you are looking to install floor moulding, door moulding, or even ceiling moulding, it helps to get a better understanding of the different types available to you. You should know the distinguishing factors between casing, baseboard, and crown moulding styles.

Casing, commonly used for lining doors or windows, is thicker in dimension but not as wide as base moulding. Base moulding, on the other hand, is to be placed between the floors and walls. The trim between your ceiling and walls refers to crown moulding and is usually more elaborate in design than baseboard or casing.

For each type of moulding, there are several designs to choose from. At Barton's Home, we offer solid wood and medium-density fiberboard (MDF), allowing you to choose what accommodates your preferences. MDF reacts better with humidity and heat, while solid wood is more durable. Both are strong alternatives for any of your moulding and trim needs.