How to Install Different Types of Aluminum Drywall Trims

Flannery Trim offers a wide variety of aluminum drywall trims. We specialize in manufacturing custom extrusions that provide seamless solution for your home remodeling. We are a trim company dedicated to providing you with quality trim.

These are a few of our aluminum drywall trims with instructions to help install them.

  • Aluminum Drywall Shadow Mold: You attach the aluminum drywall shadow mold by the taping the flange to the drywall using framing nails or screws. Everything must be cut very precise to make nice, tight joints. We recommend using a carbide tip blade along with blade lubricant when cutting aluminum drywall trim. We can also provide you with pre-fabricated intersections and corners for drywall reveals.
  • Drywall Ceiling Trim: Our drywall ceiling trim is installed very similarly to the aluminum drywall shadow mold. You attach it to the drywall and framing with the appropriate framing nails or screws.
  • Veneer Plaster J-Mold: You begin attaching the same way as the aluminum trims before and insert drywall into the gap behind the flange. You then apply compound joint tape with the a veneer plaster coat.
  • Concealed Fastener Trim: There are two parts, A and B, when attaching our concealed fastener trim. You attach part B the same as the aluminum drywall shadow mold. You then clip part A to part B. It’s a simple two-step process.

The following are more of our aluminum drywall trims that are installed with the similar technique.

If you are in the process of renovating your home, Flannery Trim can help provide you with the aluminum trim you need. Contact us today and we can help customize and save you money and time by creating custom aluminum drywall pieces for your home.