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Old 01-16-2019, 04:51 PM   #1
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T&G window and door trim


Which is the preferred way, attaching the pine trim around the windows and doors, then butting the pine T&G boards to the trim or boards first with the trim on top of the boards.
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Re: T&G window and door trim


I can not think of any reason inside or out to install any trim before the T & G is done.
Need far more info on what exactly what is is you doing.
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Are you installing the T&G over sheetrock or over studs? I've done it both ways, and with studs, you will need a 1/4" shim extension to bring it all out flush. With the sheetrock, you'll need 3/4" jamb extensions.
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Stop short of the jam and deal with the trim with extensions.
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Stop short of the jam and deal with the trim with extensions.

The build is under an existing deck where we are filling in the open space. All walls are studs. The same question applies to the windows. And no, there is no
drywall just studs. Just want it to look finished.
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The build is under an existing deck where we are filling in the open space. All walls are studs. The same question applies to the windows. And no, there is no
drywall just studs. Just want it to look finished.
Outside is different. You do put trim on first and but into it but the trim will have to be less that 3" or you will have nothing to nail too.
Or you could rabbit out the back corner of the trim so the boards go behind a 1/2" If you have water thru the deck you should have flashing above a window or door.
https://www.protradecraft.com/pro-pi...al-trim-boards
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