How To Install Crown Moulding Part 1: Materials, Measure, Mitre – The Home Depot



In part one of this two part series, learn the three M’s of crown moulding installation projects – choosing the right materials, accurately measuring your moulding, and using your mitre saw to cut for an exact fit. For more DIY information, visit www.homedepot.com

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25 Responses to How To Install Crown Moulding Part 1: Materials, Measure, Mitre – The Home Depot

  1. mgenigma5 says:

    “Putty and paint makes? it what it aint” HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHHAHH AHAHAAHA… I ALMOST SHIT MY PANTS. i’ve been doing this for years actually and never heard this expression.

  2. mgenigma5 says:

    Yeah this is a terrible video. The things they need to show, they’re not showing.. and over talking and complicating everything else. ? I finished this video more confused.

  3. peter26dudelocuaz says:

    just call me? and i do it for you….fast and clean plus a cheap price..simple as that…

  4. Sickayda Mars says:

    Boycott the home depot for fired man that wore a button that read “In God we trust!”
    Thanks Fox? News for letting us know!

  5. 1too3fore says:

    looks pretty simple and? straight forward to me

  6. xproskier says:

    Duh. As a pro carpenter, what do you expect from the Big Orange Greed Machine…a video that actually explains something? And does that guy -really-? have to wear his orange apron way up there in rural BumFuckEgypt? I’m willing to bet HE feels like a real horses ass after learning the entire world gets to view his $11.75 hr. mug wearing that silly outfit! (snicker snicker) But seriously, kudos to HD – they succeeded in finding three people who used to ride the short yellow bus – with helmets on.

  7. ThorMaxx says:

    This really was not helpful at all. Cope the piece? What? ? UGGGHH!!!

  8. cheeseboxproductions says:

    it really is.. 🙂 once you get the hang of it. Some cuts can? be tricky- but it’s not too bad!

  9. adam jones says:

    they forgot the 4th “M” for Moron!? LOL

  10. noliano1 says:

    Hey maybe next time your mother can show us a video of her giving birth to a dumpass, I wonder if she wore an? orange apron

  11. tvvdo says:

    a monkey can? do this, its called simple arithmetics

  12. zenithch600 says:

    I started to disagree with you but you have a point. If the audience of the video was for the average weekend do it your selfer then this video missed on completeness. Not to mention the average guy isn’t going to have a 12″ compound miter? saw. However if he did then the video never explains how to set the saw up for the miter angle. I believe is that this is a sales engine for Home Depot and not a tutorial on crown molding. I’m a furniture builder with a CS degree.

  13. generalgovna says:

    i think he’s fake and? gay

  14. taoz11 says:

    How worthless another home owner nitwit thanks Jim?

  15. H9YP649UIBTYH7 says:

    thumbs up if u fapped to? this vid

  16. kuruji says:

    I was starting to “get it” but this video wiped out all the knowledge? I had gained up to this point. I have to start over and make sure not to watch this video. I will know that it is the one that messed me up when I see my own name in the Comments part. I cannot cope with this confusing tutorial.

  17. hovh03 says:

    The wall is 45? I thought it’s around 90 most of the time. But if he misspoke, then 22.5 definitely confirm the 45 part. That’s strange. The measurement is so quick, the? guy may as well say it. Measure the length from here to there. Unless there is a tip or two into it. Really lame video.

  18. pilotdude1123 says:

    why isn’t he nailing to any studs? bad idea?

  19. keepercoach says:

    I am not a pro, but I did have one come over for 1/2 hour, best advice ever……..make a jig, to? keep the wood in place at the correct angle (just like it would sit on the wall, remember each crown molding is different), from there all you have to do is cut inside right, outside right, inside left and outside left cuts (some are yes upside down) easiest way ever. (I have the compound mitre saw) but did not need to use it, just cut 45’s (22-1/2s) if required. NO BOOK OR VIDEO SHOWS THIS>>>>!!!

  20. hermungus says:

    this guy is a hack. an amateur. a clown. he? did nothing correctly.

  21. inephi says:

    After 40 years of crown installing I had to laught at how hard he was making this. That is why I still have work doing it over what the home owner. ? Thank you and keep up the good work.

  22. inephi says:

    After 40 years of crown installing I had to laught at how hard he was making this. That is why I still have work doing it over for the home owner. Thank you and keep up the good work.?

  23. erpgolfer says:

    He has a compound miter saw….why? would he cope the edge. Thats called double work!

  24. ZingerKC says:

    @Pilotdude113 Seriously? You only need to be worried studs if your hanging heavy items (ie: cabinets, flat screen TVs). Crown molding is 1oz? per 8 inches.

  25. Bcroft39 says:

    Coping the corners makes the crown molding hold tighter in the? corners.

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