Trim removal question: How to make my interior seamless -- Lotsa Pictures
All windows, doorways, and wall corners have crappy wooden trim borders:
When I take the trim off, there is a gap between the dry wall and the sash.
What can I use to fill the gap?
And how can I ensure that the gaps between wall corners maintains a sharp edge like this?
I'd appreciate your suggestions.
Umm,, I see no pictures.
Gently push insulation into the gap. Just fill it loosely, no cramming. Some people will use expanding foam. I have seen expanding foam swell until the jamb is too tight to let the window sash move.
When I trim a window, I put the side casings on first with only a loose nail on the bottom on each side. I set the top piece on top of the side casings and then I can adjust the sides and the top to fit, or I can see the problem before I've nailed anything permanent.
Is that what you were asking?
I pulled up your pictures,
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