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  1. Finish Carpentry
    Hey guys, I have a question for a project we're about to start. Usually, if we're doing a wainscot (1x rails and stiles, ply backing, and panel mould) that's chair rail height, we'll join the run on the bench and fasten it to the wall as one piece. I've never done a floor to ceiling wainscot...
  2. Painting & Finish Work
    Hey folks. Remodeling the half bath in an older home and planning for an all white look. Should I just keep the stained wood trim since I don’t have an ETA when I’m painting the rest of the house’s trim? My DIY home reno doesn’t have a timeline...figured I should just paint it white now since...
  3. Painting & Finish Work
    Hi. I own a duplex (up and down, 2 bedrooms each unit with sunroom, living room, dining, kitchen, bath and central hall, hardwood throughout). It is currently empty and i am in the process of remodeling each unit. I've decided to paint all the trim since it's so beat up (tons of trim). I have...
  4. Finish Carpentry
    16' to a T, then 16' right and 16' left. Padded door jambs, crown moulding, new door casing, paneled wall wainscoting. All trim will be painted, doors may end up being replaced now as well. If I could just find my painter.
  5. New Member Introductions
    I am new to this site and they recommended I introduce myself to sorta give others the chance to get to know me. I have been in the construction trade for a little over 14 years. I started out at the bottom like everyone else. I started out in trim, doing baseboards and all the other grunt...
  6. Finish Carpentry
    Anyone care to offer an estimate for removing 3 1/4" base and QR. I've completed the job but the insurance co want's several prices broken out. This is the only one I don't have a reasonable idea on. TY in advance.:confused1:
  7. New Member Introductions
    Hey all, Here in Portland, OR. I'm trying to learn what I can from all the great conversations and ideas that keep appearing on this site. Thought I'd actually join, so I don't feel like I'm some government wire tap or something. Fair Disclosure: I work with several building product...
  8. New Member Introductions
    Hi, I'm new to this forum, but it looks interesting and one can never learn too much. I'm in eastern Canada, and have been doing woodworking for about 30 years. It is mostly self-taught and I do mostly cabinetmaking. I've come up with a new invention to help my fellow woodworkers transport...
  9. New Member Introductions
    Hello Everyone, I am a builder from the Memphis, TN area-living in Canada. I spent the early part of my career building condos, and residential houses in Oxford ,MS. After that It was a trip to Memphis were my focus was Trim. While focusing on trim; I was able to attain my Management Degree...
  10. Help Wanted or Looking For Work
    over 15 years of experience, references available. We did a lot of residential and commercial work including EFIS, stucco, trims, columns etc. We completed couple Lowe's, CVS, OLD NAVY buildings etc. Currently working on reconstructing the Holiday Inn, 29.000 sft project in Boston, MA but...
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