End beading on PB next to a door lining?

doogal

New Member
Hi,
I’m fitting a door lining for a bedroom door prior to plaster boarding. Should I use end beading for the PB flush to the door lining, or not bother using it at all? Likewise, end beading across the top bar too?
With thanks for advice

The door aperture and lining are perpendicular to a stud wall it is fixed to, so no need for corner beading.

_____________ stud wall (PB stops at the door lining)
Room | door aperture and door lining is between the two walls
_____________ brick wall
 
Unless you’re trying to achieve a shadow gap it sounds like you haven’t got a clue. Employ someone with the knowledge, save yourself a headache.
 

Nath80

Well-Known Member
Hi,
I’m fitting a door lining for a bedroom door prior to plaster boarding. Should I use end beading for the PB flush to the door lining, or not bother using it at all? Likewise, end beading across the top bar too?
With thanks for advice

The door aperture and lining are perpendicular to a stud wall it is fixed to, so no need for corner beading.

_____________ stud wall (PB stops at the door lining)
Room | door aperture and door lining is between the two walls
_____________ brick wall
For f**k sake
 
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