Trim Carpentry

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Taunton Press, 2012 - House & Home - 234 pages
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Trim carpentry requires attention to minute detail, the right tools, and a good amount of patience and care. Written by builders from all over the country, this all-new compilation of articles from Fine Homebuilding magazine provides readers with tips, techniques, and invaluable advice from some of the best professionals in the industry. From the basics of trim carpentry and crown molding techniques, to trimming windows and doors, wainscoting, and stairs, Trim Carpentry is the ideal how-to guide for builders and ambitious do-it-yourselfers who want pro-level information.

 

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Contents

CH1
4
CH2
42
CH3
84
CH4
176
BOB
228
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About the author (2012)

Tucker Windover, a seasoned professional with over 15 years of experience, is a contributor to fine Homebuilding magazine and runs a successful finish-carpentry business ear Boston. Finish carpenter Kit Camp started his career building wooden boats, studied with the renowned James Krenov, and now runs a children's woodworking program.

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