Corner board

Corner board

A board which is used as trim on the external corner of a wood frame structure and against which the ends of the siding are fitted.
Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture Copyright © 2012, 2002, 1998 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved

corner board

A board which is used as trim on the external corner of a wood-frame structure and against which the ends of the siding are fitted.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Sometimes, during corner board pilot testing, we discover further sustainability savings by down-gauging the caliper thickness of the corrugated case boxes," he adds.
The Talmud calculates the thickness of the boards by subtracting the half-cubit needed to be filled by the corner board from its 1.5 cubit length.
The lightweight ledges, which resemble a corner board with feet to accommodate forks or pallet jacks, fit around the perimeter of the load.
"Instead of butting my siding to my corner board trim, I raise it so my siding can go behind the corner board, so I don't have a caulk joint and an expansion/contraction issue that I can't cover," Porter says.
Also, the trim nails look better where nails will be exposed, especially on a prefinished corner board. So, if you don't have a 15-gauge trim gun, what a perfect "opportunity" to go buy one ($115 and up at home centers).
Josh Shaeffer rebounded a Flynn shot that ricocheted off the left corner board at 7:40 for a power-play goal.
"Our corner board used to go under strapping to protect a corrugated or other packaging from damage from the straps," says Schroeder.
And with either shingles or siding, accurate coursing is essential, because there's no intervening corner board to conceal any slight irregularities in alignment.
Starting with the pieces that go under the brackets, wrap the corners with the corner board. Overlap the front corner board onto the side corner board (Figure E, online).
Next, nail a side batten alongside each side corner board. Wait to install the remaining battens.
It's an especially good substitute for wood trim in areas that are highly exposed to water, such as corner board and door trim that's near the ground or unprotected by an overhang.