Here is a brief online demonstration of what constitutes a millwork tooling regime. Here, the DIY practitioner will be utilizing his millwork supplies to put together his own window installation. The practitioner has usurped an easy to follow set of instructions. And right from the beginning, he is instructed to read through the provided instructions carefully and in full prior to proceeding with his project.
The easy to follow instructions show the DIY practitioner how to install a wood or vinyl window, complete with a new wooden frame construction. The practitioner is now also required to utilize an approved water management system. Alternative modules are provided for other alternate installations that will be relying on traditional construction methods. This includes remodeling work, making replacements and dealing with recessed openings.
The diligent DIY practitioner also needs to make a note of building practices standard to his region. He also needs to take note of regional environmental conditions. If he is venturing into a commercial enterprise, he should also be aware of the requisite codes and compliance rules. These, of course, could differ from county to county, and from state to state. All procedures demonstrated are already validated through confirmed and stringent testing.
Apart from the millwork supplies, the DIY practitioner is also presented with a full inventory of accessories required for the projected work. These will include a hammer, level square, wood shims, size-specified casing nails, as well safety glasses and hearing protection. As always, the DIY practitioner never forgets his tape measure. And as the job-specific case may be, there will be notes on required perimeter sealants, weather resistant barriers and low expansion foam insulations.
And that’s just about it for now. It was merely a brief introductory demo.