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Old 11-26-2016, 01:04 PM   #1
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I.D. This Chair Rail ?


Any of you experts can help me identify this chair rail ? How many pc built ? WP or FJP no. if possible. Not the beaded back up, just what's mounted on it.
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Old 11-26-2016, 03:11 PM   #2
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What area of the country are you? That seems like a very common profile here. But it depends on what millwork supplier is in your area.


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In NC. Been to the box store already. Will go to the bldr yard tomorrow.
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Old 11-26-2016, 04:14 PM   #4
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It's two pieces the top is cove. My lumber yard uses number codes that would not work for you.
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it maybe more then one piece .but at any rate you most likely need to search for a molding manufacture or yard . look under hard woods - the yards that sell hardwoods in my area do moldings .can you remove a hunk .you need it in your hands ,helps to understand it .go on line and start doing searches . maynot be your thing but you could make it up by different pieces you either make or purchase .
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Looks close to this Ch-11.

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Looked around and didn't find anything. Looks like an Astragal with a bead and round over added onto the bottom.
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Top could be upside down bed molding
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The half round has 2 equal cove either side. Looks like the bottom bead is an add on ?

Gotta price this job out. I'll have to come up with a LF cost for 2 pc I guess I'm thinking near $6 LF.


****Next Question ??

Gotta put some base cap boxes on the drywall. It occurred to me to make up the sticks / miters on the bench with P2-10 rather than lay out the wall.

Without glueing up the miters and everything around it -- is there a material I can rest on the bench to bring the miters together --- or should I free hand just over the end of bench ?

I guess I could prop up the pcs close to the miter and slide them together ?

I've had some difficulty freehand at times.

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I think that profile can be purchased at cox interiors


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Thanks a lot for the replies. My local bldr yard, other side of town can order it in, poplar.

Also, didn't get the job as of now. They want to get another quote. Thought I was too expensive ?

Almost 1 day mobilization, estimate, prime material, etc. near 3 days on the job.., 1 man, that's me, including material...1440.00 I'd fill and caulk. Painting was addl.

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