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Publication numberUS3449873 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 17, 1969
Filing dateJul 14, 1965
Priority dateJul 14, 1965
Publication numberUS 3449873 A, US 3449873A, US-A-3449873, US3449873 A, US3449873A
InventorsDaniel A Damato, Sheldon Lazar, Richard B Zittler
Original AssigneeDaniel A Damato, Richard B Zittler, Sheldon Lazar
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Precut sheet material moulding assemblies,to be secured to room walls,along the floor or door or window frames
US 3449873 A
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June 17, 1969 DAMATQ ET AL 3,449,873

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PRECUT SHEET ERIAL MOULDING ASSEMBLIES, TO BE SECURED TO ROOM WALLS, LONG THE FLOOR on noon on wmnow FRAMES Filed July 14, 1965 Sheet 4 of 4 United States Patent PRECUT SHEET MATERIAL MOULDING ASSEM- BLIES, TO BE SECURED TO ROOM WALLS, ALONG THE FLOOR OR DOOR OR WINDOW FRAMES Daniel A. Damato, Des Plaines, Ill. (1910 Verde Drive, Arlington Heights, Ill. 60004), Sheldon Lazar, 6429 N. Oakley Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60645, and Richard B. Zittler, 178 Cooper Road, Hoffman Estates, Roselle, Ill. 60172 Filed July 14, 1965, Ser. No. 471,960 Int. Cl. E04b I/00; E02d 35/00; E06b N04 US. Cl. 52127 2 Claims ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE The instant invention concerns floor moulding assemblies consisting of snap brackets of suitable material, having fiat central body portions for engaging the wall with which they are associated, and also having apertures for screws to be driven into the wall so as to secure each snap bracket to the wall adjacent the fioor. The brackets are so designed as to cooperate with each other, with the associated wall, and with the molding strips and with corner ends.

The present invention relates to precut sheet material floor moulding assemblies, and methods of installation of the same, and is particularly concerned with an im proved construction for such assemblies for original installation or replacement of wooden floor mouldings, along the floors of rooms against the walls, and also on window casings or door casings.

One of the objects of the invention is the provision of such an improved construction for floor moulding assemblies, that includes snap brackets made of suitable material and provided with flat central body portions for engaging the wall and having apertures for screws or the like to be driven into the wall to secure each snap bracket to the wall adjacent the floor, each snap bracket having an outward offset portion at its upper end terminating in each case in a portion parallel to the wall with an end edge at right angles to the length of said snap bracket and adapted to receive the downwardly turned upper edge portion of one of the moulding strips in recess between the top of a snap bracket and the wall, said assembly also including a plurality of lengths of sheet metal moulding of ornamental exterior profile, each length of moulding having a central body portion depending on the shape of the moulding to be replaced or installed, and each length having an upper hook formation with a U bend at the top and a depending flange adapted to hook over the upper end of any snap bracket, wherever located, and each length having its central body supporting along its lower edge a retaining flange extending at right angles to the wall and snap bracket and terminating at the extreme edge of said retaining flange in an u wardly bent camming edge to cam over the end of any snap bracket into a recess provided by the snap bracket construction at its lower end in each case, the central body of each snap bracket supporting a depending portion rounded forwardly and backwardly at its end and extending diagonally forward from the wall to provide camming surfaces on bracket and moulding whereby the lower edge of any moulding may snap over the lower end of any bracket to be removably retained thereon.

Another object of the invention is the provision of an improved moulding construction in which the lengths of moulding may be constructed to engage each other end to end to provide any desired or needed length of moulding; and in which lengths of moulding may be provided with right hand corner ends and others with left hand corner ends, these right hand and left hand corner ends having an end profile in each case, as required by the body shape or profile of the moulding which is to be engaged at right angles with the moulding on the next wall with a right hand corner end or a left hand corner end, as the case may be, as such an installation will accomplish a finished corner moulding appearance in every case.

Another object is the provision of an improved construction for the extreme upper and lower edges of the moulding, with a backwardly bent edge thus eliminating any sharp dangerous edges on the moulding.

Another object is the provision of an improved construction having a minimum number of parts, in which the parts may be made economically, in which the parts may be used over and over again, and the cost of which may :be so reduced that the price thereof is within the range of a vast number of users.

A further object of the invention is the provision of such mouldings which may be made of any metal or material including stainless steel, tin covered steel foil of any thickness, and which may be provided with paper or other reinforcing and with any wood finish or painted in any color.

Another object of the invention is the provision of an improved moulding assembly and method of installation, the cost of which is greatly reduced over that of the prior art, such as wooden moulding, the provision of moulding and method which may serve for a longer period of time without repair or replacement, and the provision of a moulding assembly which is more economical and which may be sold at a lower price within the means of a vast number of purchasers.

Other objects and advantages of the invention will be apparent from the following description and the accompanying drawings, in which similar characters of reference indicate similar parts throughout the several views.

Referring to the four sheets of drawings accompanying the specification,

FIG. 1 is a fragmentary front elevational view of a floor moulding assembly;

FIG. 2 is a sectional view on the plane of line 22 in FIG. 1 looking in the direction of the arrows;

FIG. 3 is fragmentary sectional view similar to FIG. 1 of an assembly with a cove moulding;

FIG. 4 is a side elevation of the filler block of FIG. 3; FIG. 5 is an end elevational view of the same block;

FIG. 6 is a front elevational view of the snap bracket;

FIG. 7 is a rear elevational view of same;

FIG. 8 is a perspective of same;

FIG. 9 is a side elevational view of the bracket With wall in section;

FIG. 10 is a similar view of bracket and moulding with a dotted line showing of the moulding being installed;

FIG. 11 is a fragmentary front elevational view of a moulding assembly on a door or window frame;

FIG. 12 is a separated view of the moulding of FIG. 11, showing the mitre cut corner;

FIG. 13 is a sectional view taken on the plane 1313 of FIG. 11 looking in the direction of the arrows;

FIG. 14 is an enlargement of a part of FIG. 13;

FIG. 15 is a front elevational view of the bracket f FIGS. 11 to 14;

FIG. 16 is an end elevational view of FIG. 15;

FIG. 17 is a fragmentary front elevational view of an assembly on a window frame.

FIG. 18 is a sectional view taken on the line of the 3 plane 18-18 of FIG. 17, looking in the direction of the arrows;

FIG. 19 is a perspective of the filler end block of FIG. 18.

Referring to FIGS. 1 and 2, the present invention comprises a precut sheet material moulding assembly indicated in its entirety by 10, having a snap bracket 12, of suitable rigid material having a flat central body portion 14, for engaging the wall 16 of a room, and having apertures 18, for securing members to be driven into the wall 16, to secure the snap bracket 12, to the wall 16, adjacent the floor 20, of the room.

Said snap bracket may have an offset portion 22 at its upper end, terminating in a portion 24, substantially parallel to the wall 16, with an upper end edge 26, at right angles to the length of said bracket 12. The sharp bracket 12 is adapted to receive the downwardly turned 28, upper edge portion of a mounding strip 30, in a recess, between the top of the snap bracket 12 and the wall 16.

The assembly also includes a length of sheet material moulding of ornamental exterior profile, said length of moulding having a central body portion 34, the profile of which corresponds to the shape of the moulding to be replaced or installed. The length has on its upper rear side, an upper hook 3 6 formation with a U-bend at the top, and a depending flange 28, adapted to hook over the upper end 26 of the snap bracket 12.

The length of moulding is substantially, uniform in cross-sectional shape throughout its length, to engage a snap bracket 12 wherever the snap bracket 12 is located along the wall 16. The length of moulding has its central body portion 34, supporting along its lower edge, a retaining flange 38, extending at right angles to the wall 16 and snap bracket 12, and terminates at the extreme edge of 40, of said retaining flange 38 in an upwardly bent camming edge.

This camming edge is adapted to cam over the end of the snap bracket 12 into a recess 42, provided by the snap bracket construction at its lower end. The snap bracket 12 supports at its lower end, a bracket flange depending from the central body of the snap bracket 12 and rounded forwardly 44 and backwardly with respect to the wall at said flange which also extends diagonally forward fro-m the wall to form a recess 42, for receiving the retaining flange 38 of said moulding. Said retaining flange 38 is biased upwardly with respect to the flange on said bracket 12 to be resiliently retained on the'bracket 12 when the moulding is hooked over the upper edge of the bracket 12 and pressed inward at the bottom of said moulding, to cam over the said bracket flange 44 into the recess 42, behind said flange, in engagement with said wall to retain the molding removably on the wall.

Any number of brackets 12 may be provided on the Wall and located at suitable spacing FIG. 11, with respect to each other to support the moulding on the wall. The moulding assembly may be secured to the wall with Wood screws 46 or equivalent nails of adhesive.

The moulding assembly may be provided in lengths with squared ends 48, FIG. 2, fitting against each other at the squared ends, when secured on the wall, to provide moulding of any suitable length for any wall with continuous finished appearance, and a bracket 12, FIG. 2, may be located beneath the squared ends of the moulding.

In order to finish the moulding at the corners of a room, some lengths of moulding, FIG. 1, may be cut with right hand 50, or left hand 52, ends for corners, the ends 50, 52, corresponding to the profile of the moulding being used.

In order to avoid sharp edges, on the moulding, these edges may be backwardly bent as at 54, to avoid sharp edges, and the snap brackets 12, shaped to accommodate the bent in the edges 54. At the corners of a moulding assembly, about a window frame, FIG. 17, the moulding may be mitre cut.

Referring to FIGS. 11 to 15, Where the moulding is installed about a door or window frame, the bracket 12', may have its body provided with with an inwardly projecting integral flange of U shape '56, to be inserted in a complementary slot 58 in the frame of a window, door, or the like, for aiding in the secur-ement of the brackets about said frame. The backwardly bent edges of the moulding in this case FIG. 14, may have the edges rolled as at '60, to better engage the bracket. In this case also, FIG. 15, the outer ends of the brackets may be rounded laterally, as at 62, for better engagement with the edges of the moulding.

Referring to FIGS. 18, 19, the lower frame member 64, of a window frame, may have an upwardly open channel, with tabs 66, punched out of its forward wall, and a sheet metal sill 68 has an upper depending flange 70 to hook over said tabs, and the sill has a top wall, front wall, bottom wall, and end closures 72. The end closures 72, FIG. 19, fit in the ends of the sill, and the sill is secured to the wall by a screw 66, through a hole 78, in the front wall of the sill.

Referring to FIG. 10, and in particularly to FIGS. 6 to 10, the bracket 12 may be provided with a depending guide 74, carried by the lower end of the bracket and adapted to lie against the wall to which the bracket is to be attached, the said guide projecting downward to space the guide from the floor 20 in this case.

The guide is provided with a straight edge 76, at its lower edge, at right angles to the length of the bracket. The bracket 10, FIG. 10, may have an upward bend 78' for camming from the wall, and a prong 80 adjacent straight edge 76 carried by the bend to be driven into the wall. The prong 80 may have barbs 82, punched out of it and faced outwardly to resist the rem-oval of the bracket.

Referring to FIG. 3, this shows the use of a cove moulding 84, of such size and shape that it extends beyond the associated bracket or trim, and the ends of this cove moulding are closed by sheet metal three-sided insertion caps 86, where the cove moulding extends beyond the trim.

While we have illustrated and described a plurality of preferred embodiments of the invention, many modifications may be made without departing from the spirit of the invention, and we do not wish to be limited to the precise details of construction set forth, but desire to avail ourselves of all changes within the scope of the appended claims.

Having thus described our invention, what we claim as new, and desire to secure by U.S. Letters Patent, is as follows:

We claim:

1. A precut sheet material floor moulding assembly comprising a snap bracket of suitable rigid material, having a flat central body portion for engaging the wall of a room, and having apertures for securing members to be driven into the wall of the room to secure the snap bracket to the wall, adjacent the floor of the room, said snap bracket having an outward offset portion at its upper end, terminating in a portion substantially parallel to the wall, with an upper end edge at right angles to the longest dimension of said snap bracket, and adapted to receive the downwardly turned upper edge portion of a moulding strip in a recess between the top of the snap bracket and the wall, said assembly also including a length of sheet material moulding of ornamental exterior profile, said length of moulding having a central body portion, the profile of which corresponds to the shape of the moulding to be replaced or installed, said length having on its upper rear side, an upper hook formation with a 'U-bend at the top, and a depending flange adapted to hook over the upper end of the snap bracket, the said length of moulding being substantially uniform in cross-sectional shape throughout its length to engage said snap bracket wherever the snap bracket is located along the wall, said length having its central body portion, supporting along its lower edge, a retaining flange extending at right angles to the wall and snap bracket, and terminating at the extreme edge of said retaining flange in an upwardly bent camming edge, adapted to cam over the lower end of siad snap bracket into a recess provided by the snap bracket construction at its lower end, said snap bracket supporting at its lower end, a portion depending from the central body portion of the snap bracket and rounded forwardly and backwardly with respect to the wall at the end of said moulding, said moulding also extending diagonally forward from the wall to form a recess for receiving the flange of said moulding, said latter flange being biased upwardly with respect to said portion on said snap bracket, to be resiliently retained on the bracket when the moulding is hooked over the upper edge of said bracket and pressed inward at the bottom of said moulding, to cam over the said portion into the recess behind said portion in engagement with said wall, to retain the moulding removably on the wall, the said assembly having a plurality of said brackets are provided on the wall and located at suitable spacing with respect to each other to support the moulding on the wall, the said securing members being Wood screws, the said moulding being provided in lengths with squared ends, fitting against each other at the squared ends when secured on the wall to provide moulding of any suitable length for a wall, with continuous finished appearance, the upper and lower edges of the moulding being backwardly bent to avoid sharp edges, and the snap brackets being shaped to accommodate said bent edges, some of the lengths of moulding .being cut transversely at one end along the lines adapted to engage the similar moulding on a wall at right angles thereto for right hand or left hand corners, the cut off end engaging the moulding in the corner without any crack due to the conformity of the ends for left hand or right hand corners, to the profile of the moulding being used, the said moulding being a cove moulding of such shape and size, that it extends beyond the associated bracket, and the ends of the cove moulding being closed by closures where the cove moulding projects beyond the associated bracket the ends of the moulding being square cut at the ends extending to half the width of the bracket to be secured with abutting ends with a hair line finish, predetermined of the moulding being cut with a mitre-cut to be joined to oppositely mitred ends at corners of a door or window frame or the like, the bracket having its flat body flange provided with an inwardly projecting integral U-fi-ange to be inserted in a complementary slot in the frame of a window, door or the like, for aiding in the securement of said bracket about the said frame, the inner end outer edges of the moulding having their backwardly bent edges rolled, to better engage the bracket, the outer edges of the brackets being rounded laterally for better engagement with the bent edge of the moulding, the lower frame member of the window being an upwardly open channel having tab punched out of its forward wall, and a sheet metal sill having an upper depending flange to hook over said tab and the sill having a top wall, front wall, bottom wall, and the closures, and the back wall being secured to the wall by a screw accessible through a hole in the front wall of the sill, the bracket being provided with a depending guide, carried by the lower end of the bracket and adapted to lie against the wall to which the bracket is to be attached, the said guide being of a predetermined length and projecting below the lower end of the bracket to space the bracket properly from the floor, for the moulding to be used, the bracket and guide being made of sheet metal and the guide being provided with a straight lower end at right angles to the length of the guide, the guide flange having an upward bend for engaging the wall.

2. A precut sheet material floor moulding assembly comprising a snap bracket of suitable rigid material having a flat central body portion for engaging the wall of a room, and having apertures for securing members to be driven into the wall of the room to secure the snap bracket to the wall, adjacent the floor of the room, said snap bracket having an outward offset portion at its upper end, terminating in a portion substantially parallel to the wall, with an upper end edge at right angles to the length of the snap bracket, and adapted to receive the downwardly turned upper edge portion of a moulding strip in a recess below the top of the snap bracket and the wall, said assembly also including a length of sheet material moulding of ornamental exterior profile, said length of moulding having a central body portion, the profile of which corresponds to the shape of the moulding to be replaced or installed, said length having on its upper rear side, an upper hook formation with a U-bend at the top, and a depending flange adapted to hook over the upper end of the snap bracket, the said length of moulding being substantially uniform in cross-sectional shape throughout its length to engage said snap bracket wherever the snap bracket is located along the wall, the length of moulding having its central body portion, supporting along its lower edge, a retaining flange extending at right angles to the wall and snap bracket, and terminating at the extreme edge of said retaining flange in an upwardly bent camming edge, adapted to cam over the lower end of said snap bracket into a recess provided by the snap bracket construction at its lower end, said snap bracket supporting at its lower end, a portion depending from the central body of the snap bracket and rounded forwardly and backwardly with respect to the wall at the lower end of said portion, which also extends forward from the wall to form a recess for receiving the flange of said moulding, said latter flange being biased upwardly with respect to said portion on said bracket to be resiliently retained on the bracket when the moulding is hooked over the upper edge of the bracket and pressed inward at the bottom of said moulding, to cam over the said portion into the recess behind said portion in engagement with said wall, to retain the moulding removably on the wall, said assembly including a plurality of said brackets, provided on the wall and located at suitable spacing with respect to each other to support the moulding on the wall, the said securing members being wood screws, the moulding being provided in lengths with squared ends, fitting against each other at the squared ends, when secured on the wall to provide moulding of any suitable length for a wall, with a continuous finished appearance, the upper and lower edges of the moulding being backwardly bent to avoid sharp edges, and the snap brackets being shaped to accommodate said bent edges, some of the lengths of the moulding being cut transversely at one end along the lines adapted to engage the similar moulding on a wall at right angles thereto for right hand or left hand corners, the cut off end engaging the moulding in the corner without any crack due to the conformity of the ends for left hand or right hand corners, to the profile of the moulding being used, the said moulding being a cove moulding of such shape and size that it extends beyond the associated bracket, and the ends of the convex mouldings are closed by closures where the cove moulding projects beyond the associated bracket, the ends of the moulding being square cut at the ends intending to half overlay the lateral width of the bracket to be secured with abutting squared ends with a hair line finish, predetermined ends of the moulding being mitre cut to be joined to oppositely mitred ends at corners of a door or window frame or the like, the said bracket having its flat body flange provided with an inwardly projecting integral U-fiange to be inserted in a complementary slot in the frame of a Window, door or the like, for aiding in the securement of the bracket about the said frame, the inner and outer edges of the moulding having their backwardly bent edges rolled, to better engage the bracket, the outer edges of the brackets being rounded laterally for better engagement with the backwardly bent edge of the moulding, the inner lower frame of the window being an upwardly open channel having tabs punched out of its forward wall, and a sheet metal sill having an upper depending flange to hook over said tabs, and the sill having a top wall, front wall, bottom wall, and end closures, and the back wall being secured to the wall by a screw, accessible through a hole in the front wall of the sill.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification52/127.12, 52/718.5, 52/211, 52/287.1
International ClassificationE04F19/04
Cooperative ClassificationE04F2019/0413, E04F19/0468, E04F19/0495
European ClassificationE04F19/04R