Problems With Installing Door Casing in the Corner of a Room?

Answer Casing is a type of trim that "encases" a door frame, covering the edges of doorjambs and concealing the gap between jambs and adjacent wall covering materials. Generally greater than 2 inches wide... Read More »

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Tips on Installing Door Handle Covers With Adhesive?

A door handle cover is the small cover that rests behind the door handle and in front of the side of the car. If this cover did not exist, the interior of the car door would be exposed to the eleme... Read More »

How to Measure Door Casing?

Door casing is the trim molding that runs vertically along the two sides and horizontally across the top of interior door frames. Joints in interior trim are typically mitered. Interior trim serves... Read More »

What Is a Door Casing?

Door casing is an architectural trim element installed around the perimeter of a door. This type of trim is most often found on residential doors, and cannot be used with the metal door frames for ... Read More »

How to Install Door Casing Trim?

The final trim installed on a newly hung door is the door moulding, called casing, which frames the door opening to cover the space between the jamb and the adjacent wall framing. Typically supplie... Read More »