Should the baseboard trim be primed prior to installation? I assume that it should since the basement floor is a finished concrete and if it is not pre-primed prior to install then there is no way to get the bottom edge which would leave raw wood against (or nearly against) concrete.???
Also, any tips for getting it as level as possible so we can skip the shoe mold since we are going for a more modern look?
This is all being done by professionals, not DIY.
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