Traditional Door Casing Styles vs Contemporary Door Casing Styles

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Whatever door casing style you apply on your doors and windows, they give different look to your doors and windows. Different personal taste affects door casing style that is going to be installed on a door. Some people are still comfortable of selecting the traditional door casing styles, and others follow a trendy style booming today. Both traditional and contemporary door trim/ casing styles offer obvious performance to your doors. Here is the brief information related to the traditional and contemporary door casing styles use to a private houses.

Traditional door casing styles, of course, requires old-carpentry skill. What makes this so different to a contemporary door casing style is not only about the look/ style, but also its way of installation. Most experts assume that a traditional door casing installation is much complicated rather than a contemporary door casing installation. A modern door trim/ casing is just four pieces of door frame. The frame concept is similar to a ‘picture frame’, but it’s larger.

A traditional door casing isn’t like a ‘wider’ picture frame. It isn’t just a miter cuts, but they are also less visible and shorter. To install them correctly and perfectly, it is a must for you to ask the expert’s help. Be sure that you’ve chosen an experienced one as the installation needs special skill. But if you want to try to install by yourself, it’s well recommended to you to make simple the door trim/ casing. A router-shaped door casing version becomes the most recommended as it does not require the miters.

The things must you prepare to make router-shaped door casing version are preparing the jambs, marking the trim, and making your own moldings. One by one must be done properly and carefully to get the perfect traditional door casing styles.

Reference: www.bayerbuilt.com

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