Pan Custom Molding

On the western front of Goochland County, in the Midpoint Industrial Park, is Pan Custom Molding, a molding manufacturer for high-end new home builds, renovations, and restorations to historical buildings. Nikola Mihovilovic has spent his whole career in woodworking, starting in 1995, building his skills and becoming an expert at his craft. Before Pan Custom Molding, Nikola worked for DD&T Custom Woodworking, also in Midpoint Industrial Park. He then bought Pan Custom Molding, which was previously in Orange County, and moved it to Midpoint Industrial Park in 2015. With regular customers in Charlottesville, Richmond, and Fredericksburg, Midpoint Industrial Park is the perfect location according to Nikola, plus he thinks Goochland is a great place to do business!

Manufacturing molding for custom home builds, renovations, and historical restorations has allowed Pan Custom Molding to highlight their work in well-known locations. Their work canPan Custom Molding Screenshot be found in historical homes throughout Richmond and Charlottesville, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, and even the Serbian Embassy in Washington, D.C. One of the best aspects of this type of work that Nikola highlights is that every project is different, with some jobs only requiring a few feet of molding and others requiring 10,000 feet. With close to 1,000 different molding profiles, customers truly have a wide variety of options to choose from. And if they don’t have the specific profile you are looking for, they will make it for you!

To meet the needs of creative architects and builders, Pan Custom Molding has several specialized machines to cut and form molding of all styles. They are one of the few businesses in the region with an Arch Molder, a machine that allows you to bend and shape molding around curved ceilings and doors. With close to thirty years of experience in woodworking, Nikola and Pan Custom Molding should be a business you check out if you desire custom molding for your next home, renovation, or restoration project.