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PVC Crown Molding Cord Cover

PVC lengths are flexible and conceal wire runs

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Features:

• Hide home entertainment cables and wires with beautiful crown ceiling molding
• Has the appearance of painted wood, but is made of durable, paintable extruded PVC
• Use in homes, apartments or offices, as there is no adhesive tape to damage drywall
• Mounts with screws and corner pieces, no miters to cut
• Once installed, cover can be detached from base for future cabling changes

Our PVC Crown Molding Cord Covers, constructed from highly durable PVC plastic, are ready to help you drastically change the appearance of any room which contains cable and wire runs from household or office electronics, from audio and entertainment systems, telephone and internet lines to coaxial cables, extension cords, etc. The white body has a semi-gloss and paint-able finish, allowing you to keep the distinguished tone as is, or easily match it to the color of the surrounding décor. The PVC covers come in lengths of 8 feet, and are easily installed along the perimeter of a room. The attractive profiles, corners and connectors are sleek and striking in appearance, elevating the aesthetic appeal of any setting, while fully concealing your cables yet leaving them unhindered in their runs.

 
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The PVC Crown Molding Cord Covers will see runs of multiple wires and cables safely around the perimeter of any room, and the PVC plastic body will resist outer impact, yet easily be cut allowing you to customize your lengths to the uniqueness of your surrounding. The lengths are a distinguished white color, but can easily be painted over should you wish to match the pieces to your setting. The lengths are very lightweight, making installation quick and simple. They are also UL listed and UV resistant, therefore regardless of how much sun the room they are placed in sees, the lengths will not discolor, but maintain there attractive tone. The extruded base is hinged near the middle, and when installing, you would very easily crimp it towards a 90 degree position for flush placement against the wall and ceiling. Easily mounted with screws, an attractively designed profile would then be snapped over top of the base, the sides of each locking together thanks to its ball and socket snapping design. A selection of inner and outer corner pieces, as well as mid-wall connectors and a lightweight splice piece allow you to attach and run your lengths in a highly appealing manner, hiding the ends as they meet and vastly enhancing the overall appearance.

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Specifications:

  • Body of lightweight, white PVC plastic
  • Easily installed and quickly removable
  • Lengths of 8 feet
  • Extruded PVC base is easily cut for custom length
Basic flush-to-ceiling installation

For a quick and simple installation experience, follow these guidelines for general flush RowlCrown Crown Molding Cord Cover set-up.

  1. Place a corner joint in the corner seam respective with its design, while making sure it is fully flush with the ceiling. Next, take a pencil and carefully draw lines on the wall, tracing along either side of the piece, making your reference point. You should repeat this step for all corners in your room, including the endcap edges.
  2. On a wall, you will next measure the distance that separates the traced corner references. This will be the measurement of the length of base required for this specific stretch of wall. It is preferable to measure slightly too short opposed to slightly too long, to ensure that the corner pieces rest correctly.
    When it is installed, the profile will fully cover this base strip, so your measurements here don't need to be completely exact.
  3. You will now cut the base piece to the size you require, and to get the finest cut lines we recommend that you use a utility knife along with a T-square for scoring. Where you have made the score line, easily flex the base piece and it will snap off cleanly. Other options here would be to use tin snips, or heavy duty scissors.
  4. A hinge runs along the base, and to create the angle on your cover you will crimp the channel back along the hinge to a roughly 100 degree angle. But remember, if you crimp the base at less than a 90 degree angle, gapping between the strip, wall and ceiling becomes far more likely.
  5. Fit the base piece up against the wall in the correct position according to your drawn reference points. The hinged corner should fit snuggly flush against the wall/ceiling angle.
    An extra set of helping hands to hold the opposite end of the RowlCrown Cord Cover will aid in fast installation.
  6. To secure the base strip to the wall, use 1½" coarse drywall screws. You should angle them into the wall at 45 degrees when drilling, working in a linear fashion from one end of the base to the other. This will further ensure that gapping does not occur. You will find that adequate screws will be used if you leave roughly 18 inches between them.
    Maximum security can be gained if you are able to locate wall studs, and drive the screws into every second one. However, if this is not possible, and your screw is loose or stripped, try to adjust the entry angle, promoting a more vertical insertion into the wall. Remember though, if a screw is too tightly inserted, it may cause pressure and potential warping on the strip. Should this occur, simply back the screw out slowly and re-try when the piece is again flush to the wall and ceiling.
  7. Next you will want to install your corner pieces. Again, use those coarse drywall screws, which you want drilled directly through the mounting tab wings and into the base strip beneath.
  8. Now is the time to run your wiring along the RowlCrown Cord Cover. Since these wires could interfere with the installation of the profile front piece which occurs in step 10, make sure to secure the runs of cables to your base with electrical tape, or perhaps with wire staples.
  9. You will now have to measure the space between the corner pieces flat faces. This measurement is the length of the front profile cover that you will first need to cut, then secure to the base strip. Here, unlike your base measurements, you will want to aim slightly too long rather than too short, to ensure no gapping (a lengthy strip can be trimmed, but a short one won�t grow!).
    Remember that the more precise your measurements and cuts are, the more snug the fit against your corner pieces. Also keep in mind that walls often have variations from each other, so make sure you measure every wall in the room your installing in, even if the walls are opposite from each other!
  10. Since you have your measurements, cut the front profile to your required size. A miter box and hacksaw or a fine-toothed miter saw will give you the most exact lines, though the first options listed in step 3 will still work as well. Do not however use scissors or tin snips, as the result will be messy cuts that will certainly require caulking.
  11. Attaching the profile will be extremely simple. Just catch the bottom groove with that of the base, and firmly press the top into place as well. You will know your Cover is set when you hear a �snap�.
  12. Any small gaps which may have occurred over the course of installation are easy to finish off by applying a tiny bead of some white silicone caulk.
Dropped Installation:

RowlCrown Crown Molding Cord Covers will attractively allow for dramatic up-lighting installations through these easy steps.

  1. When you have determined the distance you would like your Cord Cover to rest from the ceiling, fit a corner piece into the corner compatible with its design. We recommend between 2-3 inches for this. Next, take a pencil and carefully draw lines on the wall, tracing along either side of the piece, making your reference point. You should repeat this step for all corners in your room.
  2. On a wall, you will next measure the distance that separates the traced corner references. This will be the measurement of the length of base required for this specific stretch of wall. It is preferable to measure slightly too short opposed to slightly too long, to ensure that the corner pieces rest correctly.
    When it is installed, the profile will fully cover this base strip, so your measurements here don't need to be completely exact.
  3. You will now cut the base piece to the size you require, and to get the finest cut lines we recommend that you use a utility knife along with a T-square for scoring. Where you have made the score line, easily flex the base piece and it will snap off cleanly. Other options here would be to use tin snips, or heavy duty scissors.
  4. Holding the strip you have just cut, align the top edge with the marks you drew around the corner pieces. Next, draw a faint line along the entire top edge of the base.
  5. A hinge runs along the base, and to create the angle on your cover you will crimp the channel back along the hinge to a roughly 100 degree angle. But remember, if you crimp the base at less than a 90 degree angle, gapping between the strip, wall and ceiling becomes far more likely
  6. Set the now-crimped base strip against the wall, aligning it to the drawn line from step
    An extra set of helping hands to hold the opposite end of the RowlCrown Cord Cover will aid in fast installation.
  7. Using coarse drywall screws, sized 1½", drill into the wall surface at an angle of 90 degrees, and work in a linear manner from one end to the other. If possible, drill into wall studs.
    Maximum security can be gained if you are able to locate wall studs, and drive the screws into every second one. However, if this is not possible, and your screw is loose or stripped, try to adjust the entry angle, promoting a more vertical insertion into the wall. Remember though, if a screw is too tightly inserted, it may cause pressure and potential warping on the strip. Should this occur, simply back the screw out slowly and re-try when the piece is again flush to the wall.
  8. Next, you will want to install your corner pieces, using those same sized 1½" drywall screws. You will drive these directly through the mounting tab wings, and into the base strip.
  9. Now is the time to run your wiring along the RowlCrown Cord Cover. Since these wires could interfere with the installation of the profile front piece which will occur shortly, make sure to secure the runs of cables to your base with electrical tape, or perhaps with wire staples.
  10. You will now have to measure the space between the corner pieces flat faces. This measurement is the length of the front profile cover that you will first need to cut, then secure to the base strip. Here, unlike your base measurements, you will want to aim slightly too long rather than too short, to ensure no gapping (a lengthy strip can be trimmed, but a short one won�t grow!).
    Remember that the more precise your measurements and cuts are, the more snug the fit against your corner pieces. Also keep in mind that walls often have variations from each other, so make sure you measure every wall in the room your installing in, even if the walls are opposite from each other!
  11. Since you have your measurements, cut the front profile to your required size. A miter box and hacksaw or a fine-toothed miter saw will give you the most exact lines, though the first options listed in step 3 will still work as well. Do not however use scissors or tin snips, as the result will be messy cuts that will certainly require caulking.
  12. Attaching the profile will be extremely simple. Just catch the bottom groove with that of the base, and firmly press the top into place as well. You will know your Cover is set when you hear a �snap�.
  13. Any small gaps which may have occurred over the course of installation are easy to finish off by applying a tiny bead of some white silicone caulk where required.
  14. Simply run your rope of lights around the top of the installed RowlCrown Crown Molding Cord Cover, and enjoy the distinguished additive to your room!
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Rowl Crown Cord Cover Video
Video Transcript

Hello, I'm Gill for Cable Ties and More, and today I am going to talk about some wall cable management solutions that are both attractive and distinguished looking, while being very easy to install. When you are dealing with cables from lighting fixtures, phone lines, speakers or extension cords, you really don't want those messy wires exposed to everyone on the wall. However, some wall cord covers appear more visible on the walls and are more obtrusive than others. But now with our RowlCrown Crown Molding Cord Cover, you can have classic, attractive looking cord covers that are going to enhance the aesthetics of the room while dynamically routing your cables. So as you can see, the body is a classic white semi-gloss. Now these are going to be really attractive in any setting, but if you have a specific different color in mind that you want them to be, they are very easily re-paint-able, so they will perfectly match the decor of your room. This is durable PVC plastic, meaning it can protect your cables from possible external impact while staying lightweight. So these will come in eight foot lengths, and from there you can easily customize the size by cutting them really simply. As well, this PVC plastic is UV resistant, so even if the room that they are going to be in sees a lot of sunlight, they will not fade or discolor. The really excellent thing about this product is how easy it is to install, how easy it is to obtain this really distinguished look. The RowlCrown Cord Cover has four options for joining pieces; The inner corner, the outer corner, the connector and the splice. The corners will of course pair lengths that meet in the corners of the room, and the connector and splice are options for meeting lengths mid-wall. Those splices are going to be particularly great for butting ends of lengths together for a seamless look. You will save in length with the splice over the connector, just ascertain how you will divide your lengths up for cutting, see how many splices you require, and install with no additional cutting, after initially cutting them down to length. You can secure the butted lengths with the splice behind them by using calking. So first we're going to want to know the length of base your going to use, and we'll do this by tracing reference points on each side of the corner joints when they are placed flush with the ceiling. Do this with all corners. Now you can see how we can easily measure the distance across the walls between each reference point, giving us our length measurements. So cut the pieces to size if you need to, a utility knife should work. And next, lets take a look at our base. There is a seam that runs along it, and you will easily crimp that back to a roughly 100 degree angle. Take the length, and fit it snuggly against the wall, flush to the ceiling. Next, to secure it, you are going to use 1 inch to 1 1/4 inch coarse dry wall screws, placed about eighteen inches apart. Drill them in at a roughly 45 degree angle, working from one end of the length to the other. The corner pieces will take those same types of screws, and you will drill directly through these mounting tabs, into the base below. Next come the wires themselves. take all of those cords from your entertainment systems and other pieces of technology, and secure them to the base using some tape, just so they won't interfere with the rest of the steps. Next you will take the measurement to see how long your profile needs to be, and the profile is this outer bit that snaps right over top of the base. And remember, too long of a cut here is going to be better than too short, because you can always trim afterwards. Just do make sure that you have measured all the walls of the room carefully and separately. Cut the profile to size, catch the bottom grooves together, and snap the profile in place. So as you can see, with very little work you will still feel the dramatic change that the RowlCrown Crown Molding Cord Cover brings to a room. Now, we also have detailed instructions on our website, to make sure that everyone can fully utilize these great cable management solutions. Soon, your various cables and wires will be securely and attractively routed. And since those covers are quite versatile, with just a few alterations in installation, you can enjoy the dramatic effect of string lighting above a dropped installation. So thanks very much for watching, I really hope you can see how these are going to add practical refinery to any room they are placed in. Please give us a call or check out our website to see this and many other great cable management products. For Cable Ties and More, I'm Gill, take care.

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