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I use an epoxy filler I have around for repairing wood rot. You could probably use regular Bondo or equivalent. My siding contractor face nailed all the Azek corner and trim boards, so I ended up epoxy filling all of the holes, sanding smooth, and painting the entire boards white. (with a roller) Painting composite trim actually causes it to shed water ...


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They have a filler for finish nail holes. I’m not sure how it would do for countersunk screws. 


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So long as you can keep the bricks, and the mold, and the cracks dry you'll be fine. This is probably not the case, so get galvanised or stainless fasteners.


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Caulk it in and wipe of any excess with a slightly damp sponge so the latex caulk is only in the gap, nothing smeared on the surface to make the caulk/gap seem bigger than it is.


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This is multiple questions but luckily I have dealt with all three and will answer each on their own. The door trim... You have two options... Completely reinstall the doors or to install a base/bottom for each piece. In that corner I would even go so far as installing an "L". I would suggest buying a pine plinth at big box ($3) and you could ...


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