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Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
If a molded door casing is used it needs to have a mitered corner. What else can be done to ensure a clean looking finish?
  1. Do a coped joint
  2. Install plinth block between the head and side casings
  3. Use flat stock molding
  4. Use a headless pin nailer
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
When installing door casings, the door jamb and wall finish may not be exactly flush. What is done with factory manufactured casings that allows the casing to tight on both the jamb and wall finish?
  1. They can not be used
  2. The door jamb needs to be reinstalled
  3. Casings are backed out, notched on the backside
  4. Additional nails and screws are used in the casing to make it flush
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
When installing a paint grade casing, at what depth should the fasteners be set too?
  1. At the surface
  2. Slightly above the surface
  3. Slightly below the surface
  4. 1/4" below the surface
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
When installing stain grade casing what is most important?
  1. Flush at the front face of the casing
  2. Flush on the back side of the casing
  3. No need to be flush as it can be sanded
  4. Tight gap between the floor and the casing
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
When installing a window casing that has a window stool what is the correct process to follow?
  1. Install casing, install stool, install apron, fill and paint
  2. Fill and paint, install casing, install stool, install apron
  3. Install apron, install casings, install stool, fill and paint
  4. Install stool, install casing, install apron, fill and paint
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Where in a room would crown molding be used?
  1. Between the floor and the wall
  2. Around a door
  3. Between two corners
  4. Between the wall and the ceiling
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
What is a coped joint?
  1. A butt joint
  2. A shaped joint using a special saw
  3. A glued joint to make it stronger
  4. A special type of molding not often used
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Where would you find a base shoe molding?
  1. Between two walls
  2. Between the floor and baseboard
  3. Between the wall and floor
  4. Between the wall and the ceiling
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
In what application would a carpenter use a full round molding?
  1. Closet rod
  2. Between the floor and baseboard
  3. Between two walls
  4. They are not used
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