In the world of trim, crown is king. Lording high over casings, chair rails, and baseboards, it cuts an impressive profile with elegant curves and distinguished angles. It also elevates a room's stature, drawing the eye up to the ceiling and echoing design motifs seen in other moldings to create a cohesive and polished look for the space. Crown's lineage reaches back to the ancient Greeks, who created the profiles and the rules of proportion that we still use some 2,500 years later. Only the materials have changed. Rather than the original heavy stone, 18th-century American craftsmen opted for more malleable and relatively lighter-weight plaster or wood crown. While these materials are still top choices for traditionalists, today's handy homeowner can also choose moldings made from foam and flexible polyurethane, which go up with greater ease than the Greeks, or even our grandfathers, could have ever imagined—no chisel, trowel, or nails required.
Crescent Crown Construction is a dedicated team.
Our services address client needs for efficiency and flexibility. Our staff is experienced in working with architects, interior design firms, engineers, and developers.
Our attention to detail and client relationship is everything to us.
Crescent Crown Construction offers a superior attention to detail from design through construction, while properly staffing and managing your project. Our boutique approach to client relations provides an interaction unlike most builders. At the foundation of our approach is dedication to our client’s vision, interests, and project. Our passion for homebuilding is present in every home we build and every relationship we forge. “Of all the things we have built over the years, none are more important than our relationships with our clients.”