How do you trim inside Windows?
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Similarly, it is asked, how do you cut a window stool?
Cut a 3/4 x 3-1/2 in. apron that extends to the casing marks, and nail it (use 8d finish nails) to the framing behind the drywall and the windowsill. Then place the stool over the apron and sill, and nail it into both with 6d finish nails. Classic window trim includes a piece of trim that sits on top of the sill.
Furthermore, are interior window sills necessary? Window sills are a necessary part of the construction building project. Without them, rain and snow can seep in through the windows and rot out your wood structure. This is the seriousness of what can happen if you don't install window sills in your build. It's just as important as shingles on a roof.
Simply so, what is interior window casing?
Casings are the moldings that go around the window frames. They are installed outside the house to seal the window frame to the house blocking cold air from entering the interior. Inside, casings are the finishing touch to a window installation, the same as baseboards and door moldings finish off a room.
Does a window need a stool?
A stool has to fit against the wall on both sides of the window, as well as against the window itself or the sill stop in front of the window. The stool is a landing place for the jamb casings above, and the apron casing fits against the underside of the stool. The stool should always be installed level.