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  • Why would tape-on bead and trim be used instead of nail-on?

    Nail-on bead and trim is attached to framing (usually wood). They twist and edge crack when the framing moves due to lumber drying and settling. Tape-on bead and trip floats with the wallboard when the framing moves and the building settles. They do not edge crack when these situations occur.