brick molding

brick molding

[¦brik ¦mōld·iŋ]
(building construction)
A wooden molding applied to the gap between the frame of a door or window and the masonry into which the frame has been set.

brick molding

A wood molding used to cover the gap between a door or window frame and the masonry reveal into which the frame is set.
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Patent #3,399 for their invention of a brick molding machine.
Deforestation as a result of firewood collection, overgrazing, brick molding, invasive species (lantana camara), poor agricultural practices and veldt fires incidences are contributing to the bareness of land cover which was estimated at 70 percent by the baseline survey.
Finally we went back outside and measured the width from the outside of the brick molding and the height from the bottom of the sill to the top of the exterior trim.
We didn't have much wiggle room between the siding and the brick molding, but it was obvious we could make it work.
Trees on the banks are being cut, while holes dug for sand mining and brick molding are left open.
Pry off any brick molding or wood trim that surrounds the exterior of the door (Photo 3), then remove the screws that secure the old door jamb to the house framework.
The widths of the pieces may be identical or quite different from one another and from the old standard brick molding (Photo 3), depending on how close a match in size the old and new doors are.