Whether you’re building a new home or renovating, the finishing details matter. We’ve got you covered from start to finish with our extensive lines of mouldings and millwork. At Maner Builders Supply, we offer a wide selection of quality products and designs from the country’s leading manufacturers to fit your needs and your budget. With locations in Augusta, GA, Aiken, SC and Charleston, SC you’ll never be without the customer service and expert knowledge that has made Maner Builders Supply a trusted source for getting projects done since 1951.
- East Coast Mouldings
- Garden State Lumber
- Carolina Trim – Flexible Mouldings
- Cobblestone Mill Woodworks
- Paul Argoe
- Atlantic Premium Shutters
- Crown Column
- HB & G Column
- Culpeper Column
- Arndt & Herman Building Products
- Ekena Millwork
- Intex Millwork
- Victorbilt Gable Vents
Base moulding is a decorative type of trim that is used to line the area where the floor of a home meets the wall. Base Mould protects the bottom of the wall from damage and provides a beautiful finished look.
Casing is the framework for doors, windows, or stairways. The most visible part of the trim, casings are smaller and thicker than base mouldings.
Chair Rail & Decorative Moulding
Decorative moulding has the ability to enhance the look of a space to match any style. Chair rails and other decorative mouldings can beautifully accent a room while protecting walls from scuffs and scratches.
Columns can be used as front porch support columns, decorative columns, and other applications. Maner offers columns that are available in a variety of styles, including plain, fluted, applied or recessed panel, round or square, and craftsman.
Crown moulding is a decorative type of trim that is used to line the area where the ceiling of a home meets the wall. Whether you choose to install a formal and dramatic style or streamlined and simple crown moulding style, moulding helps smooth the transition from walls to ceiling while adding unmistakable impact.
Door & Window Trim
These trims create passageways and windows with pizzazz. From a simple door surround to more elaborate combinations over an arched opening, elegant door trims make an impression.
Solid Pine, Oak, Poplar
Solid wood baseboard, trim, and especially moulding will bring an organic, natural feel into your home. Pine has the most distinctive grain. Oak has tighter grain and poplar has the most consistent grain. Pine has a yellowish appearance while poplar is lighter. Oak comes in red and white with variations of cream and brown.
Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) crown molding can be used in rooms where trim is painted. MDF is a stable and low-cost alternative to solid wood. It comes in a wide range of stock profiles, some with a natural wood veneer suitable for staining. Without veneers, MDF must be painted. This leads to the cutting and installing posing the same challenges as solid wood. Additionally, MDF is easier to dent or nick.
Pre-primed moulding are coated with a paint primer, eliminating the use of an undercoat. Delivered ready to install, primed mouldings save time and labor costs.
Finger Jointed Pine
Finger jointed pine is a solid pine timber where the board is created using small, individual pieces joined together with glue and small interlocking ‘fingers’ to create a neat zig zag effect at the joint site. All knots are eliminated in this process.