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Old 04-03-2015, 11:26 PM   #1
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I know, some tapers are incredibly awesome, but I thought you guys might appreciate some of this work

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Old 04-04-2015, 01:40 AM   #2
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Hey, stop following me around!

Seriously looks like Harry homeowners work, lol
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#2 an #4 look like base an case moldings would cover them #1 I have no idea what I'm looking at an #3 out of focus an last one looks like a bubble cut mud easy fix
I would say normal on any job site
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#2 an #4 look like base an case moldings would cover them #1 I have no idea what I'm looking at an #3 out of focus an last one looks like a bubble cut mud easy fix
I would say normal on any job site
#2 #4, you would be right in most cases. Rubber base going on, no casings going up.
#1 is his way of mudding 2 pieces of drywall together.
#3 an inside cove that shouldn't and doesn't need to be there, and no tape joining the drywall.

Actually no tape was used on any inside corner.

The last one is a different job. only one coat of mud on his corner. I could still read the writing on the paper (he couldn't see the issue). Since returning all the outside corners have popped or bubbled.
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#2 an #4 look like base an case moldings would cover them #1 I have no idea what I'm looking at an #3 out of focus an last one looks like a bubble cut mud easy fix
I would say normal on any job site
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I see mesh!!


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Number 2 wouldn't completely cover. The mess at the bottom sure, but look how bad it is above that. Holes, ridges, ect. Easy fix but still fugly.
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Number 2 wouldn't completely cover. The mess at the bottom sure, but look how bad it is above that. Holes, ridges, ect. Easy fix but still fugly.
Not much detail on that finish work...

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