Remember here where I complained about the window framing sticking out from the sheetrock and my frustration with not being able to get the window trim to lay as flat as it should? The foreman came back today and I told him that his finesse level kinda sucked on that one.
His response? “Oh, I’ve got an electric planer in the truck. I could go get it right now and shave it down right quick. I thought about it when I put it up.”
Ummmm….. no. Though that would have been helpful TWO WEEKS AGO before we did every other damn thing to put the room back together.
Not flush to the drywall
Yes, we’ve been working hard getting the room put back together. I’ll get to that in another post. The thing that is stuck in my craw is the framing they did around the window. It isn’t flush to the sheetrock – it sticks out. See?
On the day that I worked on nailing up baseboards and window trim, we’d had a heat wave. You can imagine how pleasant that makes me to be around generally, much less in a room where I have to keep the windows closed because of the smell of roofing tar. (Oh, I guess I’ll get to THAT in another other post.)
And for ALL that framing that is in the “new” wall? Where ARE the studs? I’ve made a dozen holes in my beautiful baseboards trying to find a piece of wood for a nail to catch. Grrrr…
I’ll let you know later how my handy dandy Japanese pull saw worked as I gently try to saw this piece of window framing flush to the wall so I can move on with completing my window trim. It will be a challenge to be certain I’m not going to damage the wall above it.
Filed under Bedroom, Dry Rot