Here’s the question:
We have drywall returns. Our aluminum windows sit back from interior walls about 5 inches and have 7/8 inch aluminum trim surrounding the glass. Do we have to remove the drywall before putting the wood around the window (jam extension)? Or can we put the wood right over the dry wall? If so, what should the width of the wood be? Thank you.
How are drywall returns suppose to be cased if one wanted to add the molding back to get the more traditional look???
Here is a link to a post I did all about window casing, wood sills, and apron trim.
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