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Choosing the Right Drywall Trim for Your Project

There are many different types of drywall trim and many different uses for each type, so when it comes to deciding what the best drywall trim will be for the job you are doing, we know it can be difficult to know which one is the right one. Here is an easy guide of some of the different aluminum drywall trim we provide at Flannery Trim, and their appropriate uses:

  1. Drywall reveal creates horizontal and vertical lines and can intersect if needed.
  2. Drywall f-mold can be used in many different areas throughout a home. This drywall trim can be used around doors, window frames, ceilings, and floors.
  3. Drywall shadow mold has a unique shape and works to create a clean look between drywall and dissimilar materials, such as: doors, window frames, ceilings, and floors.
  4. Drywall v-reveals are used to create vertical and horizontal lines, can intersect where needed, and creates its own unique angle once the drywall trim is installed.
  5. Drywall end enclosure are perfect for open doorways or where a wall might terminate against a window.
  6. Drywall l-metal is used when trying to create a smooth transition between drywall to drywall and drywall to other materials.
  7. Drywall outside corner is great drywall trim for living rooms, kitchens, or other high-traffic areas where the drywall corners need more protection.
  8. Beveled drywall corner gives both a sturdy and aesthetic look to any corner drywall edge.
  9. Drywall reveal corner goes against the normal corner look and gives a “step” look where drywall corners meet.
  10. W-transition mold performs a reveal between a wall and suspended ceiling. It not only serves as drywall trim but also has the option to be ventilated to create airflow into a recessed soffit.
  11. Drywall ceiling trim is used just as its name suggests: as an aesthetic reveal between a wall and ceiling where both utilize drywall. Drywall ceiling trim attaches to the wall and the ceiling, terminating the drywall at the top of a vertical wall.
  12. Concealed fastener trim comes in two pieces that snap together. It creates a raised strip over a finished wall and hides the trim’s fasteners.
  13. Reflective LED drywall trim allows for the instillation of an LED light strip and hides the strip from view.
  14. Veneer plaster j-mold offers a greater bevel for joint compound than the average drywall trim.
  15. Drywall t-mold is drywall trim that is used for the base of the wall and is similar to drywall shadow mold with the exception that you can set the drywall trim first.