When installing 2 piece base....square stock with cap....is there by reason to miter the inside corners on the squqre stock.
Doesn't hurt to back-cut the second piece slightly, to make the joint less visible.
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No, it should be a square cut. If you think about it a square cut is a coped joint on square stock
Florida Licensed Building Contractor, 45 years experience in commercial remodeling, new homes, home remodeling and repairs and all types building maintenance.
the inside corners of profiled trim should be coped. Square stock, no.
where it makes sense and is readily available, I glue and nail off that square stock to itself. Then I place the assembled pc into the corner and nail it off.
I also blob some panel adhesive behind that corner for solid backing. Nothing like an aggressive carpet installer to make a good trim job look bad.
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I have always used a slight negative angle...posts seem sort of slow so I though Id throw something in that I always
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