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Can I safely make a door frame taller?
UPDATE: April 22 What I ended up doing was removing the trim non-destructively. Above the door frame, it was clearly not load bearing, so I continued and was not so non-destructive. The end-result ...
Apr 13 '13 at 13:58
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