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Interior trim best practices: this article describes current choices of materials used for interior woodwork and trim in buildings and gives advice on ordering and using solid wood trim, finger jointed moldings, MDF medium density fiberboard composit trim, urethane moldings and trim, and flexible moldings.
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This article series discusses and provides a best construction practices guide to the selection and installation of building interior surface materials, carpeting, doors, drywall, trim, flooring, lighting, plaster, materials, finishes, and sound control materials. This article includes excerpts or adaptations from Best Practices Guide to Residential Construction, by Steven Bliss, courtesy of Wiley & Sons. Our page top photo shows chestnut trim in a Poughkeepsie, NY home constructed in 1900 and restored by DJF.
TRIM, INTERIOR INSTALLATION
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