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Flatten uneven subfloors quickly with these pour-inplace compounds.
Finish carpentry is all about making joints quickly and accurately.
The Mitertite makes miter joints in window and door casing that stay tight over time.
A Level 5 finish may prevent callbacks in areas of high visibility, but it's not always necessary.
To ensure a long-lasting installation, use a membrane and a movement joint.
Q: I've completed a couple of projects with cellular PVC trim boards, and in both of them wide gaps have opened up in the joints even though we used both glue and nails during installation. Is there a way to prevent these gaps from occurring?
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