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Doesn't trim without quarter-round on a tile floor just look unfinished to you?

Or is it no bother because nobody will ever be in your house to see it?

quarter round is used to cover up shitty work or expansion gaps on floating floors.

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wtf are u guys talking about, discussing sleepy's house materials?



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wtf are u guys talking about, discussing sleepy's house materials?


Houseprikk thinks I'm poor because of my bathroom trim. I could buy him and everything he owns with just my going to the casino roll.

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Nice cats sleepy

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quarter round is used to cover up shitty work or expansion gaps on floating floors.


I knew we put it in basement when we did floating floors.

I put it back in bathroom when we had it tiled but it was already there so thought nothing of it.

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Houseprikk thinks I'm poor because of my bathroom trim. I could buy him and everything he owns with just my going to the casino roll.

 

 

sad stuff, no need for that



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quarter round is used to cover up shitty work or expansion gaps on floating floors.



Bullshit. Quarter round is the proper finish on any trim covering a non carpeted floor.
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Bullshit. Quarter round is the proper finish on any trim covering a non carpeted floor.

 

 

eh... Brick is an expert on carpets and the likes pal, IDK, think he has a company that does all that work.



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Bullshit. Quarter round is the proper finish on any trim covering a non carpeted floor.

no, it is a cheap fix. Your Mexican tile layer was lazy.

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Brick is a handyman. A jack of all trades and master of none. I've been been watching trim carpenters put down quarter round,base mounding,shoe...whatever you want to call it on every application for a "hard floor" on every job for 22 years.
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wow new feud then

 

Bricka challenge him to a NLHE HU for a dime, win,  and back me up for the SCOOP

 

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Brick is a handyman. A jack of all trades and master of none. I've been been watching trim carpenters put down quarter round,base mounding,shoe...whatever you want to call it on every application for a "hard floor" on every job for 22 years.

do you know the purpose of quarter round? The two reasons I stated previously and the third is for hard surfaces installed over unlevel subfloors so quarter round can be used to contour the floor easier than baseboard itself. It’s not the correct way to do it.

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Of course I know why.

And every architect has a detail using quarter round on every hard floor every single time.

What is so hard to understand about that.

Quarter round

Used

On every hard floor

Every single time

Again

Every single time.

What's so hard to understand?
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Base shoe is a small piece of trim that is used where the baseboard and the floor meet. It is typically not used where the floor covering is carpet. Like quarter round, the base shoe has a 90-degree angle on the backside, but the front of base shoe is slightly more square.Jun 16, 2016
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Many people are too cheap to buy high end 3/4 to 1 inch wide baseboard so they buy a quarter or 3/8 and slap a piece of quarter round on it. Most wood floors call for half inch expansion gaps so they have no other choice.

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You ask every mother fucker on here to look at their hardwood,laminate or tile floor.

Unless they have bullnose tile for baseboard on top of a tile floor it's trim and shoe.
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Haha you are wrong. People don’t slap an unnecessary piece of quarter round on for no reason. It’s only there for one of the 3 reasons I mentioned. I work in million+ homes all the time, you will find no quarter round because they are built right and installed right.

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25tdvma.jpgyou really have people that claim to know anything slapping this on for “looks”? Funny shit house how do these guys still have jobs.

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Many people are too cheap to buy high end 3/4 to 1 inch wide baseboard so they buy a quarter or 3/8 and slap a piece of quarter round on it. Most wood floors call for half inch expansion gaps so they have no other choice.



Oh ok now you are talking about some 1" thick trim that is popularly used nowhere.
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That's not how you properly return a piece of quarter round to a piece of mounding either. Congrats on searching for the shittiest picture on the net to substantiate your claim.
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That's not how you properly return a piece of quarter round to a piece of mounding either. Congrats on searching for the shittiest picture on the net to substantiate your claim.

yeah, you don’t use any. To properly finish that you pull off the wall base, undercut the door jambs, put the flooring under the jamb and reinstall the baseboard.




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