Interior Trim Installation
Architectural trim is what defines the interior décor of a home. In addition to the basic structure, the style of your home is hugely determined by proper molding and interior trim installation. When it comes to installing your interior window trim, following are the steps you should follow:
- The most important and perhaps the hardest part of interior trim installation are finding the right angles. If you prefer doing the installation on your own, using a protractor would be the best way to find the correct angle.
The next step is to cut the molding. For this, what you need is a miter saw. First measure the length of all the sections and then pass those measurements to the molding’s back.
Now is the actual interior trim installation. When installing, it is important to make sure that the angle is oriented without even the slightest of mistake. All the trim pieces should be placed and nailed through the center one after the other, until the complete interior trim installation process is done.
The final step is to finish your interior trim installation work. To make the trim look good, apply wood putty before staining or painting the area.