As I have been tending to details in finishing the drywall I installed
in my shop, I feel as though I've been tip-toeing around an "Elephant in
the room". It is the board which looks likes it's part of the door
molding, but perhaps also supports the threshold (between the house and
the shop). It is so ugly, I took 3 pics of it (shop side view):
To be generous, it is obviously an OEM part. : )
Almost anything else would be an improvement. Somehow after learning how
to shim my other door, I'm less tolerant of this "problem"--even though
I don't know precisely how to best fix it yet.
If I couldn't ask anyone, I might take a 2by4 and work it down to size,
1" wide, and maybe put a bevel on the outside edge of bottom and the
ends for the sake of its protection and style, and screw it in place.
I'm not sure whether I'd want to hide the screw heads under joint
compound or not. Then I'd prime and paint. I don't know whether the
sides you don't see are supposed to be finished or not (to prevent
Okay, now what's the right way to do it? : )