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Flush mount replacement windows trim-less

We recently had our windows replaced throughout the house which was originally built in 1975. I wanted to do a trimless look on the interior, however, the kitchen, dining, and living room windows are flush mounted - even with the drywall. (I also had them remove the stools.)

The contractor said that I need to do a traditional type of trim on them. I’m not sure if it is because of energy efficiency or because I have to have them for structural reasons.

is it possible to mud up to these using a tear away bead? Or do I have to put a traditional trim frame around the edge? 


Re: Flush mount replacement windows trim-less

Late to the party but J-trim?

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