1. Repair Trim Rot (Skirt Board and Corner Board)
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Skirt board and corner boards are areas that experience frequent trim rot. This video from The Honest Carpenter will explain how to cut out rotted portions of trim and replace them with new lumber that will be protected from future trim rot.
Pine Trim Boards
Treated Pine Deck Board (5/4)
1) Mark new cut lines around trim rot with a combination square or speed square and pencil.
2) Cut through marked lines with oscillating multitool.
3) Remove trim rot pieces with hammer and fiveinone.
4) Measure for replacement trim piece
5) Cut replacement trim piece.
6) Attach replacement trim piece with brads
7) Paint replacement trim pieces with exteriorgrade paint.
FYI: Wood rot like this is commonly a problem that begins on original trim installation. Use of inferior products, such as any form of MDF trim, and fast construction techniques will inevitably lead to trim rot. While some areas of your home are more prone to this sort of wood rot, be sure to do frequent walkarounds and selfinspections of your house. If one area is showing trim rot like this, other parts of your house may be in similar phases of rot. If caught early enough, these trim rot repairs are mostly surface remediationyou can avoid penetrative wood rot that moves beyond trim, into the sheathing and framing of your home.
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Installing Baffle Rafter Vents: https://youtu.be/GLoPfcA_ThU
Installing Insulation: https://youtu.be/gyAMujxceIM
Kitchen Faucet Repair: https://youtu.be/GWV2H9tSYto
How To Fix Loose Vinyl Siding: https://youtu.be/utgsIW00dJU
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How To Replace A Faucet: https://youtu.be/XFuqfRJw8ps
Installing Laminate Steps: https://youtu.be/FGycd4TGm5E
Installing Laminate Flooring: https://youtu.be/angB8ni9fzQ
How To Fix A Squeaky Door: https://youtu.be/MYohLNRFVw4
How To Quiet A Noisy Garage Door: https://youtu.be/h9m_afUIEy8
Installing A Toilet: https://youtu.be/k2ImeXYR8DE
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As an added bonus we will also share a word of encouragement with you about what the Lord has done for you and I.
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