Trim Carpentry 1st Edition
Philip Moon
ISBN-13: 9781418028640 | ISBN-10: 1418028649
© 2007 | Published |  272  Pages

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Trim Carpentry examines, step-by-step, the specific tasks assigned to the finish carpenter. A valuable resource for anyone pursuing a career, or interest, within the trim carpentry field, this book focuses on the techniques and methods required of all finish jobs. From installing and trimming interior doors, casing windows and installing cabinets, this book is a must have resource. Along with additional chapters on tools and safety, readers will learn the important skills associated with not only getting the job done, but getting it done well.

  • 1. Preparing for finish carpentry
    2. Tools involved in finish carpentry
    3. Interior Doors
    4. Base molding
    5. Windows
    6. Wainscot, chair rail, and picture mold
    7. Closets
    8. Crown molding
    9. Ceiling beams
    10. Stairs
    11. Columns
    12. Cabinet installation
    13. Hardwood flooring

    • Reader-friendly, straight-forward coverage provides readers with the information needed to successfully complete the tasks of the finish carpenter
    • A detailed procedures section to accompany each job walks readers through specific tasks in a step-by-step format that makes it easy to learn and understand
    • Critical safety notes thoroughly address important precautions that should be taken during each procedure
    • Extensive photos and illustrations clearly depict the techniques and methods used in finish carpentry for an enhanced learning experience
    For more information about these supplements, or to obtain them, contact your Learning Consultant

    • Instructor’s CD-ROM for Moons’ Trim Carpentry
      ISBN-10: 1418032395 | ISBN-13:9781418032395
      List Price = 235.95

    • Phil Moon has spent many years mastering the art of trim carpentry. He currently owns and operates a successful business specializing in custom interior trim and interior trim design, and has worked with master trim carpenters from all over the world. His work can often be found in Florida travel magazines for work he has completed for some of the finest hotels, resorts, and condominiums in and around the Orlando area. Mr. Moon hopes this book teaches and benefits apprentices, contractors, builders and homeowners who are interested in learning more about interior trim carpentry.