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Published on Dec 4, 2008
Cutting crown molding involves using either a miter saw or a compound miter saw, orienting the piece properly and cutting at a 45-degree angle for a flush fit with the ceiling. Cut pieces of crown molding, leaving an eighth-inch allowance on each end, with advice from a licensed remodeling contractor in this free video on home maintenance.
Expert: Tim Gipson Contact: www.inhisstepsremodeling.com Bio: Tim Gipson is a home repair specialist and remodeling contractor in Franklin, Tenn. Filmmaker: Tim Brown