When we purchased our current house more than 2 years ago, it underwent a massive renovation in every, yes every, room in the home … and outside as well.
As part of this major home renovation, we replaced all of the interior doors, including the one to the public or shared bathroom.
However, the contractor did not complete the job, or should I say he did not finish the job. Finish the job, get it?
Look at the picture below, focusing on where the door frame meets the wall.
Don’t see it? Try the picture below.
Now do you see where the door frame does not meet the wall? Just look at that gap between the edge of the door frame and the wall; in some places a good 1/4 inch deep.
So, a simple use of caulking would fill this gap and make the job look finished.
Simply select this link to see what a finished door frame installation looks like with caulking applied to the door frame.
It is not hard to do at all. You can do it; we can help. OK, OK, someone or some company already uses that tag line but I can help you too!
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