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Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
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 Doors and Door Frames
What is one of the main reasons louvered doors would be used?
  1. Less expensive
  2. Easier to install
  3. A unique design
  4. Permit air flow
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
Generally in a suspended ceiling the hanger wire is use to support what?
  1. Ceiling lags
  2. Wall angles
  3. Cross tees
  4. Main runners
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
Prior to beginning the installation of the main tees, what must be calculated?
  1. The width of the border tiles
  2. Width of the ceiling tiles
  3. Amount of hanger wire required
  4. Just start installing
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
When installing interior wall paneling made of wood, the moisture content of the material should match what?
  1. The moisture content of the interior of the house
  2. The moisture content of the bathroom
  3. The average moisture content of the area it is used
  4. It does not matter
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
When using plywood as an interior wall finish what are some characteristics it should have?
  1. Smooth
  2. Prefinished
  3. Aesthetically pleasing
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
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