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Old 10-11-2011, 06:20 PM   #16
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What is wrong with that? there is no need to follow the same style!
Well, there is if it's considered industry standard.

When you do interior trim for a living, you learn what is expected, what is the norm and what is industry standard.

If any trim guy did that in any of the homes I work on, they would be eating the trim and losing the money due them for the install. No one has ever requested that in my 30 years in new construction.

It is just NOT done that way, unless the HO thinks it looks better than the traditional way.

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i fully back lone in this discussion, there is the way we do it . professionally which when you stand back and look at it it says "pro" and there is that way which screams.... diy'r who's confused about how to do trim.

lone has probably trimmed some odd 17 million windows with his some odd 243 nailers. ive seen his work, hes the 2nd best on the east coast

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