Training the Trades – Running Baseboard

Posted by Greg Burnet – November, 2017

Baseboard is often the last trim element installed in a house. But it’s often the first task given to a rookie carpenter. Aspiring carpenters commonly learn about cut lists, coping, mitering, splicing, and other trade basics by doing this task. Aesthetically, baseboard provides a visual transition between the floor and the wall. If the floors are flat and the walls are straight, installing baseboard is usually straightforward. Read more on JLCOnline…