Crown Molding eBook

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satisfaction.gifCutting crown molding can be confusing. This 29-page eBook shows you a fool-proof way that was used by master carpenters years ago. I GUARANTEE you will install crown molding like a pro! What to know if the eBook is easy to follow?

Scroll down to read what Kevin O'Callaghan, Indianapolis, IN, has to say!

Watch the videos below to discover some of the various tips on cutting Crown Molding covered in this eBook.

An eBook is an electronic book, the digital equivalent of a printed book. My eBooks are available exclusively as an instant download document. Many people prefer eBooks due to their convenience, instant access, and superior relevance to a topic. EBooks are typically much more up to date than traditional "hard copy" books. My eBooks are downloaded direct to your computer in Adobe PDF format.

This eBook contains many gorgeous step-by-step color photos and covers the following topics:
  • Required Tools and Safety
  • Positioning and Cutting Crown Molding
  • Inside Corners
  • Outside Corners
  • Ending Crown Molding on a Wall
  • Nailing Tips
  • Crown Molding On Top of Cabinets
  • Crown in 45 and 60 Degree Bay Windows
  • Crown Molding in Stairwells
  • Cathedral and Vaulted Ceilings
  • NO instructions for using a coping saw nor a compound miter saw are included. WHY? Because you don't need either tool! Master carpenters for hundreds of years never had those tools. You don't need them either.
  • Why waste time coping when you already have a perfect fit? No other publication I know of shows this trick to perfect fits in corners using just a miter saw!
  • Links to the AsktheBuilder Crown Molding Videos

The eBook is available to you as a download once your order is processed. After completion, you will be taken to a page with a download link for the eBook file. In addition, you will receive a confirming email. In the Cart Items section of the email, there will be a download link. Just click on the link and the eBook will be downloaded to your computer. The downloaded file can be read using the free Adobe Reader software.



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"I just wanted to thank you for a excellent eBook on Crown Molding.  I just recently made this purchase from your website.  What a wonderful on line tool and very easy to follow the directions.  I want you to know that I am a rookie at this type of wood working, but your eBook made the job much easier and far less frustrating to complete the job that I was working on.  Best part about all of this is that I am completely blind or visually impaired as some might say, but had fun working on this task. While I am very capable of working with selected power tools, the guide made the job that seems to be a serious challenge for many, very possible for me.  Thank you for the help..." ... Kevin O'Callaghan

"I just reviewed the eBook – great idea setting up inside and outside corners of varying angles! This step alone will save me the cost of your eBook (in trashed molding material).

Thanks again!" ... Patrick Giacobbe

"I was fretting about doing the crown molding job I had as I could not figure out how to use the compond miter saw to cut crown molding.  I went to the compound miter saw sites and found their tables of settings jiberish (especially the day before the job).  I found your site and coughed up the 20 bucks and I followed your suggestions about making the test strips and voila! Within a couple of hours, I literally couldn't believe I was making almost perfect crown moldings!  Not only that, for each crown molding I layed, I tested the corners to be molded first, as you suggested, then took the correct test strip from each corner e.g, outer corner, left side, 45 degrees (plus the other side of the molding) inner corner, 43 degrees, right side with me to the saw. Then I replicated the strips (only using the correct length).

Thank you. Best 20 bucks I have spent! ... Allan Hide