For four generations, the Bosleys have crafted lovely, durable interior and exterior mouldings. Bosley Mouldings opened in 1913, and in the nine decades that have passed since, none of the important things about the company have really changed. It's still a family-owned, family-operated business. It's still renowned for the quality of its products and the integrity of its staff. Of course, some improvements have been made--Bosley Mouldings now sells casegoods and doors in addition to their mouldings, for instance--but the company's core values remain the same.
Bosley Mouldings continues to make architectural mouldings in old-fashioned wood, as well as medium density fiberboard, Wraps veneered materials, and other wood alternatives. Royal Wood is one such alternative used at Bosley Mouldings. Royal Wood exterior trim board is built from a composite of wood and resin, capped with a veneer of acrylic polymer.
The result is a material which acts like wood but ages like a sturdy synthetic. With its UV-stabilized surface, Bosley Mouldings exterior mouldings made from Royal Wood don't yellow or fade. The material sands, routes, drills, and nails like real wood; it can be painted or it can be left unpainted; and it makes for wonderful, durable exterior trim.
Bosley Mouldings' Super-Cut-Pop material is another remarkable wood alternative. This medium density fiberboard (MDF) material is proprietary; only Bosley Mouldings manufactures it. Super-Cut-Pop moulding acts a lot like poplar but is significantly less expensive. This makes it a great alternative for very large or tightly budgeted projects.