Finish Carpentry Services, Trim, And Molding
The final steps in your carpentry project require fitting trim around railings, baseboards, doors, and windows. Here are some recommendations for you to ensure that you get the best results possible for your carpentry project.
In the event, it becomes difficult to get the baseboard to fit snuggly up against the wall. This can arise because there isn't a stud behind the gap. A scenario like this can come up from the buildup of the joint compound around the outside corners. For best results, hammering a well-lined nail to the bottom of the board will lead to a snug fit. When the floor level changes, consider using transition blocks on areas like the bottom of doors or baseboards.
Precise framing is the solution to simple trim installation. However, when framing carpenters are working in a rush this leads to careless results. Large humps in the wall can arise when the plate isn't lined up with the stud. This can be solved by cutting a little section of the drywall to remove any debris or perhaps a piece of drywall. An additional technique can be to have the baseboard removed and then scrape or chisel and mud that was leftover from installation. We are the go-to solution for providing you with gorgeous trim and finish carpentry services for the final executions of your building, remodeling, or renovation project.