HOW IT WORKS
STEP 1: EZCROWN CORNERS
SECURE TO WALL WITH INCLUDED SELF-TAPPING SCREWS
STEP 2: EZCROWN FRAMES
SIMPLY HOLD THE FRAME IN PLACE AND SECURE TO WALL WITH INCLUDED HARDWARE
STEP 3: YOUR CROWN MOLDING
MEASURE, CUT AND NAIL YOUR FAVORITE CROWN MOLDING TO THE EZCROWN SYSTEM BLOCKS
WHAT WILL YOU NEED?
To place the EZCrown metal frame, all you need is:
To fasten the crown molding to the EZCrown frame:
miter saw (optional)
EASY TO USE
Like its name might suggest, EZCrown is unbelievably easy. It is designed to be done by one person. You don't need too many additional tools - in fact, you probably have everything you need already! - plus our straightforward instructions help simplify the process even further.
Crown molding is a classic design feature for a reason - but it can be expensive to install, especially in homes with unique architectural features. You deserve an affordable solution that doesn't sacrifice on style or quality like peel-and-stick, vinyl or other molding alternatives. This is true crown molding - the EZCrown difference is in the installation!
What They’re Saying
EZCrown Frames Have Been Securely Anchored to the Top Plate With 1-1/2" Screws
The EZCrown Molding Installation System includes all the hardware you need for installation. EZCrown frames have 3/8" holes for optional drywall anchors so there is no need to find studs. We recommend you simply screw the frame into the top plate unless you have inadequate framing.
Small Finishing Nails and Coped Corner
Because EZCrown is so secure, tiny nails can be used to attach the crown molding.
DIY Heaven With New Air Return
EZCrown makes the process predictable and EZ!
EZCrown Frames Are Installed. Take Note of the Empty Shelf
Secured EZCrown Frame
The EZCrown frame is lightweight but strong - built with corrosive-resistant Galvalume.
Finished Crown Molding! Shelf Stocked!
Another Picture From a HAPPY Customer
Now You Can 'Crown' a Room in an Hour or Two!
One of Our Contractor Customer's Jobs
They LOVE the time and manpower EZCrown saves them!
Close Up of the Installed EZCrown Corner
Our inside corners make installation a breeze.
EZCrown Corner and EZCrown Frames Installed
No need for difficult miter cuts or coping corners. Just install your molding with a straight flat cut.
Crown Molding Installed and Painted
It looks GREAT!
4' EZ Crown Frames Have 3/8" Holes if You Need to Use Drywall Anchors!
Most situations allow you to simply fasten the EZ Crown Frame to the top plate with the included 1-1/2" self-tapping TEK screws. If you are unsure about your framing, it is best to purchase the options with drywall anchors.
6-1/4" 45 Degree Crown Molding Placed Over the EZCrown Frame
The EZCrown Molding Installation System accommodates crown molding from 5-1/4" to 7-1/4". The larger the molding, the more imperative it is that you use EZCrown!
5 1/4" 45 Degree Crown Molding Placed Over EZCrown
The EZCrown Installation System accommodates crown molding from 5-1/4" to 7-1/4".
I am a solo handyman who does crown molding every once in a while. Not having a helper, I look for products that allow myself to do a good job without relying on a unreliable helper. In my area there are many oceanfront condos with masonry exterior walls ( poured interior walls also) and poured concrete ceilings. EZCrown was a godsend. I was able to tapcon the frame with short screws and nail the crown molding to the blocks. It was GREAT!
Scott Webb Handyman, Port Orange, Florida
I was building a custom home of 5,000 square feet. The owner's wanted extensive trim molding and 6 1/4" crown molding. The owner insisted on wood backing and found EZCrown online. I charged extra for the cost of the EZCrown and I was impressed at how easily the job progressed. I used 2 1/2" 16 gauge nails since the crown was larger. Not only did I save on labor but the crown was much more secure. I made more money and did a better job!. Next time I am just going to add the cost of the EZCrown into the estimate, it will make my life easier!
J. B. Ocala, Florida
I am a trim carpenter who always provides wood backing on any crown 5 1/4" or more. Usually, I rip a 2" X 4" 45 degrees on each side. After I find the studs and ceiling joists I fasten the two-by-fours to the framing. It makes for a secure job but it is more labor intensive and costly with the cost of the 2" X 4"s. I used EZCrown and couldn't believe how much TIME I saved. My team never even looked for ANY studs! The screws provided sucked in the EZCrown frame into the ceiling/wall interface. The painter loved the installation because there were less holes to patch!