I’m looking into alternative methods to attach door trim (the part
which covers the gap between door jamb/frame/wall)
to the door jamb for an inbuilt – preferably without nails
(at least, I’d like to know what alternatives exist).
At the moment I know of the following:
(a)”standard” nail trim to jamb/frame 2 nails every 12in -16in
(b)an idea Nicholas Waldschrat gave in another topic (see jpg. below)
(c)something I saw from a door manufacturer here (see jpg.below)
- one advantage – trim goes in the dado according to wall irregularity and
only the part of trim which goes against the wall needs to be scribed/adjusted
to fit wall – part which is in dado receives a few brads (or I guess it could be glued)
What other alternatives do you know of/use ?
-- Vjeko Balas - Croatia