Ultimate Mouldings

100% Waterproof Mouldings

Ultimate Mouldings are the latest in waterproofing flooring accessory technology. Ultimate Mouldings feature the same popular and timeless Moulding profiles that originated from traditional MDF Baseboards but now in high-performing PVC Foam construction. Our 100% waterproof mouldings are pre-finished just like traditional MDF. You can paint them, nail them, and even glue them by using the pre-installed glue grooves for quick and easy installation.

What is Waterproof Moulding?

Waterproof moulding is a type of moulding that can withstand exposure to water and moisture without damage. You may also hear waterproof moulding referred to as PVC or Polyurethane moulding, a commonly used material.

How Does Waterproof Moulding Differ from Regular Moulding?

While these two mouldings share many similarities, the materials used to create the products differ. Traditional mouldings use MDF or wood, and waterproof trim and baseboards use plastic-based polymer materials, including PVC and polyurethane.

What are the Common Materials Used for Waterproof Moulding?

The most common material used to create waterproof baseboard moulding is polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. PVC foam is sometimes used to create moulding products. Another common material that companies use to create waterproof baseboards and trim is polyurethane (PU), which is liquified and mixed with a catalyst before getting poured into a mold.

What are the Benefits of Using Waterproof Moulding?

There are many benefits to waterproof floor trim, including:

The waterproof nature of these mouldings means they are significantly less likely to become rotted, damaged, warped, or decayed by moisture.

They require less maintenance and can last longer.

It is easy to install, with a process similar to traditional moulding.

Options made from PVC can offer chemical and fire resistance.

Waterproof moulding is termite resistant, so you don’t have to worry about termites or other insects.

Where Can Waterproof Moulding be Installed?

Waterproof moulding can be installed in any part of the home. Some of the best places include bathrooms, basements, laundry rooms, and anywhere else with moisture exposure.

Is Waterproof Moulding Suitable for Both Indoor and Outdoor Use?

Waterproof baseboard moulding is suitable anywhere that moisture is a concern, including indoor and outdoor spaces, along the exterior of your home, on columns, and more.

Can Waterproof Moulding Withstand Exposure to Moisture and Humidity?

Waterproof baseboards are made using plastic-like, polymer materials like PVC, so they are able to withstand exposure to moisture and humidity. Unlike traditional moulding, it will not rot, grow mildew, or become otherwise damaged if exposed to moisture and humidity.

How Does Waterproof Moulding Prevent Water Damage?

It is naturally waterproof because it is made from plastic-based polymer materials like PVC. Unlike wood and MDF, these materials are impervious to moisture, which helps prevent water from absorbing and damaging the moulding.

Is Waterproof Moulding Resistant to Mold and Mildew?

Yes, waterproof baseboard moulding is resistant to mold and mildew.

Can Waterproof Moulding be Painted or Stained?

Yes, you can paint or stain waterproof baseboards with the right preparation. Check with your manufacturer for your specific product and the appropriate instructions.

How Do I Clean and Maintain Waterproof Moulding?

Waterproof moulding is easy to clean and maintain. You can use a damp cloth for simple cleanings, adding mild soap if necessary. Rinse any soap residue, wipe the boards, and trim dry.

Can Waterproof Moulding Be Installed in Wet Areas Such as Bathrooms or Kitchens?

Waterproof moulding is perfect for wet areas like bathrooms, kitchens, basements, and more. It will withstand the wet, humid environment better without forming mold, mildew, or rot.

What Tools and Materials are Required for Installing Waterproof Moulding?

Installing waterproof moulding is very easy. You can glue the moulding or nail it into place with a nail gun, depending on your preference. Different brands may recommend different installation methods and materials; always check before installation to ensure you use the right nails or type of glue.

Are There Different Styles and Designs Available for Waterproof Moulding?

You have many design options when it comes to waterproof moulding. Like traditional moulding, there are baseboards and trim in classic styles. There are more modern and intricate crown moulding options. You can also find waterproof casing in a variety of styles.

Can Waterproof Moulding be Used for Both Residential and Commercial Applications?

Waterproof moulding is an excellent option for residential and commercial applications. It can provide extra security for commercial buildings by providing more durability and waterproofing.

Is Professional Installation Necessary for Waterproof Moulding?

Professional installation is not necessary for installing waterproof floor trim and moulding, but it’s important to understand that it’s a task that requires patience and careful measuring. If you are comfortable doing DIY projects and willing to take the time to ensure your cuts are correct, you can do it yourself; otherwise, it is best to hire a professional who will know what they are doing.

Can Waterproof Moulding be Used in Conjunction with Other Waterproofing Products?

Using waterproof moulding in conjunction with other waterproof materials is an excellent way to provide a space with as much protection from moisture as possible. For example, a combination of waterproof moulding and trim with greenboard drywall and similar materials can be utilized for humid and moist spaces.

How Long Does Waterproof Moulding Typically Last?

A high-quality waterproof floor trim can last more than 25 years. While the product itself is low-maintenance and fairly durable, you still want to avoid exposing it to rough treatment, which can cause damage, shorten its lifespan and force you to replace it sooner.

Can Waterproof Moulding be Removed or Replaced Easily?

Removing waterproof moulding is no different from removing traditional moulding. If you nail the moulding into place, removing it will be significantly easier than glue, which will require a little extra effort. No matter how you install it, you can remove and replace it easily.

Are There Any Specific Installation Techniques or Considerations for Waterproof Moulding?

Installation techniques will depend on the manufacturer. You must take the time to read their recommendations to ensure the best installation possible, especially if you are doing it yourself. One of the considerations of options like PVC waterproof moulding is that you can heat it carefully and bend it to fit into curved or arched spaces that need moulding.



Victorian Base, 9/16′ x 3 7/8′



Victorian Base, 9/16′ x 5′



Monterey Base, 9/16′ x 5 1/4′



Colonial 356 Base, 1/2 x 3 1/4′



Santa Fe Base 9/16′ x 3 7/16′



Round Edge Base, 1/2′ x 5 1/2′



Coronado Base, 9/16′ x 3 1/4



Coronado Base, 9 /16′ x 4 1/4′



Coronado Base, 9/16′ x 5 1/4′



Round Edge Casing 9/16′ x 3 1/4′



Victorian Casing 11/16′ x 2 1/2′



Crown 285A 9/16 x 4-1/4′



711 Base, 7/16′ x 2 1/2′



Monterey Base, 4.75″


Bullnose Base, 4.75″


Bullnose Base, 4″


356 Base, 4″ 


356 Base, 4.75″


356 Base, 5 3/4″


Base Shoe, 3/4″ x 1/2″


Victorian Base, 5.0″


Flat Edge (Square Edge), 5 .25″


Flat Edge (Square Edge), 4.25″


Flat Edge (Square Edge), 3.5″



Crown, 5.5″


Crown, 4.25″


Crown, 5.0″


Cornice Crown, 2.50″


Single Bead Crown 2.16″, 3.0″ 


Ultimate Crown 4.75″, 5.0″


UFW-C 100

Del Mar Casing, 2.36″

UFW-C 101

Del Mar Casing, 2.75″

UFW-C 102

Del Mar Casing, 3.15″

UFW-C 103

Flat Edge (Square Edge), 3.5″

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