Trim is a type of casing used on walls for both practical and decorative purposes. If typically considered, trim covers the gap between two areas; however, it can also be highly decorative, setting the style and vibe of the space. There are quite a few different kinds of trim (a.k.a casing or molding). At Repairs and Renovations, we offer various kinds of trim.

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Interior trim or millwork frames windows, doors, walls, floors, and even ceilings. All these different kinds of trims help define the architectural style in the room. Moreover, it is also a pocket-friendly way to transform the look of the space. The following are the highlighted types of trim:


This is the broad, flat trim installed at the base of the walls and against the finished floors.

Head Jamb

Head jabs are essentially flat boards that create the finished surface at the top of a door or window frame.

Head Casing

In this case, horizontal trim is installed along the top of a door or window opening to cover the gap between the window or door frame and the wall.

Side Jamb

In the case of a side jamb, a Flat vertical board creates the finished surface at each side of a door frame or window frame.

Trim is primarily made from wood, but these days, it also comes in more ready-to-use synthetic materials like polystyrene, polyurethane, and PVC. A Trim is a form of casing designed to cover the unfinished gap between walls and door or window frames. It is a unique way to make your ceilings, windows, doors, and walls flawlessly beautiful.