Crown Molding

4.4
10 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Have you installed, or tried to install crown molding but just couldn't get the corners to meet up correctly? Or did you get it right, but it took a lot of time and wasted material? If so, this Crown Molding calculator app is for you!

For Do-It-Yourselfers and Professionals alike, this Crown Molding app calculates the miter and bevel angles to use with a miter saw when cutting crown molding for installation.

Crown Molding supports both horizontal corners (for typical flat ceilings and mantels, etc) and vertical corners as required for cathedral or vaulted ceilings.

Easy-to-understand illustrations are displayed to assist with placing the piece of crown molding on the saw for the perfect cut.

No more guessing or wasted material. Cut it right the first time!
Updated on
Mar 23, 2022

Data safety

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.4
10 reviews
A Google user
January 6, 2019
Does not calculate angles for a vaulted ceiling in a corner
2 people found this review helpful
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Fisherlea Systems
January 7, 2019
See the app's help under the Ceiling Angle heading. First, come around the corner ignoring the vault angle using the regular mode. Then switch to vaulted ceiling mode and add 90 degrees to the measured ceiling angle. For a 20 degree vault, the measured angle is 110 degrees (90 + 20). Then the Ceiling Angle to use would be 200 degrees (110 + 90).
Jonnathan Vargas
September 12, 2019
Handy app with helpful illustrations
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Fisherlea Systems
September 12, 2019
An outside corner is measured the same as for an inside corner but will typically be around 270 degrees (for a 90 degree outside corner). Basically, you always measure the angle from one wall to the other measuring the "space" and not the "wall".
Tomm Gundal
December 30, 2021
Quick and easy cuts!
5 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Updated the icons.

Other minor changes.