Nothing lifts the beauty of a room like the added touch of fine millwork, moldings, new doors and wall treatments. Among Martin & Calloway’s specialties are the flawless installation of interior moldings, trim and doors. Click here to view our most popular interior doors.

Interior Doors


Maybe  you simply want to update your interior by swapping your drab, flush interior doors for modern 6-panel doors. Or perhaps you are looking for doors to compliment your distinct taste and décor. Whatever your preference in interior doors, we can bring your vision to life.

We can install new door “slabs” in your existing openings without disturbing your doorjambs or moldings. All of our slab installations include mortising your new doors such that your hinges and knobs will align with your existing hardware. This eliminates the mess that can come from modifying your permanently installed door trim.

Should you require new pre-hung doors, we’ll take every precaution to keep your home sealed off from dust. During  installation we cover all floors, doorways and HVAC vents. For homes built pre-1978, Martin & Calloway is an EPA-certified lead-safe contractor, as required by law when any lead paint is disturbed in your house.

Crown Molding Installation

One of our most requested features for interior trim work is crown molding (or moulding). With a finishing touch where the wall meets the ceiling, you can highlight what once was a banal aspect of a room. The difference is immediately noticeable, and the transformation can be dramatic.

Most people look at the overall ambiance of a room upon entering, however their attention eventually turns upward to the ceiling or down to the baseboards. We use only high quality wood moldings and take pride in our installations to ensure a flawless result!




Whether your home needs crown molding, solid wall paneling, wainscoting or a baseboard molding upgrade, we approach all of our installations with the same great pride in workmanship and materials.

We cope all corners, a technique whereby we hand cut moldings to overlap rather than using a simple mitered joint. This prevents any visible gapping in your woodwork as temperatures cause materials to expand and contract.

Wherever possible, we use full-length molding pieces to avoid seams between corners. When seams are unavoidable we take great care to align molding profiles and use specialized wood glue for an invisible joint.

By hiring Martin & Calloway for your millwork you can rest assured your project will look great for years to come. You’ll also enjoy an immediate, immense improvement in your home’s interior!

Remembering A Fun Project:

Here in a custom door project, where we built a shelving unit and door together to create this really cool addition to the room.

normal looking shelf
Standard looking shelf built into the wall
shelf door opened
Surprise! Shelf acts as a door to hidden area.