Be sure to view our other video on How To Eliminate Wobble in a kitchen wall: https://youtu.be/KWIHdWjPKC0 Tools we recommend: Dewalt Framing Nailer Kit: https://amzn.to/2BIespt It's a 20-Volt MAX XR Lithium-Ion battery cordless brushless 2-speed 33-degree framing nailer. This comes with charger and case too. I got this as a great alternative to having a compressor and twisted hoses everywhere to power a framing nailer to nail the bottom plate and wall studs back together, and add cabinet blocking to our stud walls. Here we show you DIY friends how to tell if a wall is load bearing, and we explain the physics and engineering behind load bearing walls, and break down each of the components of a stud wall for you in this bearing wall design example, like jack studs and kind studs, both important parts of your load bearing wall framing. Keep in mind this house was built in 1946 on the cheap for veterans, and so the header over this door frame resting on the jack studs was not correct. Today's building codes for bearing wall framing would have the header as a two 2x6 boards, with a half inch plywood sandwiched in between and they would be mounted with the 6" side upward vertically, not laying down flat on the jack studs as the door frame on this load bearing wall shows. If you are about to take down your wall in the kitchen to open up the kitchen to the living room, you need to know if that is a • bearing wall structure because you can't just demolish that wall, there are certain bracing precautions you must use prior to load bearing wall removal. So at this point, you really have to study and learn how to know if a wall is load bearing. A load bearing wall is a wall that directly bears the point load weight of the roof trusses or a second floor above it. If it is a true load bearing wall, then usually the floor joists of the attic above your wall will sit with one end of the joist on the top of your stud wall, and so people remodeling a house need to determine if the wall is load bearing or not. If you see a floor joist end on top of your stud wall, then it is a load bearing wall, and you know you can't just remove load bearing wall until you put the new framing in. The strict definition of the load bearing wall is if the ends of a roof truss or floor joists sit on top of your stud wall, then you know there is a point load going down to ground. But what if the joists are just traveling across the top of your stud wall, and the joists are supported on both ends of the house, is your wall still load bearing? In this potential bearing wall design example, opinions vary. It's a tough question, not everyone is a structural engineering expert. I witnessed 2 contractors debating over whether this was a load bearing wall. Some people say yes these are load bearing walls, and some say no. But you cant go wrong in treating it as a load bearing wall, and just make sure you don't take the whole wall down at once. to be safe for load bearing wall removal, you can always build a temporary stud wall to brace the ceiling joists until you replace the bearing wall with a beam and its supports. But if it is a load bearing wall, you need to build bracing to support the floor joists or other loads above prior to removing any studs from this wall. Also the header over the door should be made of two 2x6 pieces of wood nailed together and mounted so the 6" tall part should be the header over the door top. You may need a 1/2" thick filler piece nailed between them. This is what I think is the funny part, you have to build a bearing wall framing structure in order to take down a load bearing framing structure. Load bearing wall removal If the wall is load bearing, then you cannot just start pulling studs out of it to open up your kitchen for that open concept look because then the load, which is your roof or second floor, could come crashing down. You need to build a temporary stud wall and mount it pretty close to your load bearing wall to support the ceiling structure above it before you can remove that load bearing wall. At the risk of sounding repetitive, do not remove any load bearing walls unless you have some type of shoring or temporary bearing wall framing installed. You have to install a load bearing wall to remove a load bearing wall. Sounds counter-intuitive, but think of this temporary bearing wall as a stunt double for the original. Based on the information in this video, you'll be able to quickly determine whether your wall is load bearing or not, and see the necessary anatomy of what a properly framed door cut out should look like to create a cutout for a door in a load bearing wall. Once you decide to cut out a door frame into the wall, this video also shows you the anatomy of the stud wall framing, and discusses the wall framing, the header board, the jack stud, and the king stud, all components in involved in framing a door into the middle of stud wall framing.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html Click on this link for more videos on house framing, home building and repairs. Watch this video to learn more about problems framing carpenters make when they're in a hurry and don't take the time to double check their measurements or wall layout. I don't know how many times someone tells me how easy it is to build a home, until they actually do it. Just because someone else makes their job look easy, doesn't mean that it actually is. Experience construction workers realize and avoid common mistakes like these. Don't forget to visit our other websites and keep watching our videos.
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BOB SCHMIDT SHOWS YOU HOW TO ACCURATELY FRAME FOR AN INTERIOR DOOR SHOWING YOU HOW TO MEASURE A DOOR AND ALLOW FOR PROPER CLEARANCE WHILE FRAMING ALSO HOW TO DEAL WITH AN UNLEVEL FLOOR.probably the single most important part of your framing is your door framing 00:08 proper door framing as far as installing the door go much easier 00:12 I will show you how to do that, Lets get to work. 00:20 now before you can frame for a door you have to understand door sizes, 00:24 this door in particular that we are going to be installing today is a 00:27 two six door. 00:29 does not mean twenty six inches it means 2ft 6 inches and that is a 30 inch door 00:34 in 00:34 you always frame two inches wider 00:38 than 00:38 the size of the door to allow for this door jamb material 00:42 and to allow for shims for setting the door 00:45 same holds true on the height a standard door is 6ft 8 in 00:49 you always frames six foot ten 00:52 along side of your opening for the door 00:54 you're always going to have two studs 00:57 the stud here that is 1 1/2 inch away from the opening 01:00 we call it the king stud 01:02 and it runs from the base plate 01:04 all the way up 01:07 to the bottom of your top plate 01:08 at the top 01:10 now this stud here 01:11 will call it the crippling comes even with your opening and this is what you 01:15 you are going to attach your door to 01:17 and it runs from the bottom plate all the way up to the bottom of your header 01:20 which is the top framing for the opening 01:23 now there's a reason why you always have two studs alongside a door opening 01:27 its because 01:28 A) It has more strength for holding the weight of the door 01:32 B) 01:33 if you nail these two studs together nice and flat on the face 01:37 It will also help keep them from twisting or bowing 01:40 and third reason is 01:42 is when you had your box, when you put your door trim on here 01:45 It will hold your electrical box far enough away that a standard casing will fit. 01:50 if you're using a wider than standard casing 01:53 you can always add a block to install your box on to 01:57 give you enough spacing for your trim. The single most important thing you can do when 02:01 you're framing for your door 02:04 is make sure that this is plumb 02:06 hold the 4ft level about the center the opening 02:09 put it against the two side studs 02:11 and make sure that the bubble is as close to the dead center between those lines as you can 02:15 get 02:16 there's only a limited amount of space that you are going to have here 02:20 to shim in behind the door if you have this leaning too far one way or the 02:23 other 02:24 the door will not fit properly 02:26 once you're sure that your two sides are plumb 02:29 you also have to make sure that your header is level 02:32 now sometimes when you're building on a basement floor and the floor is running downhill 02:38 one-side of your jamb may be kicked up higher than the other 02:41 and make sure that you make any adjustments that you have to do to make 02:44 this level prior to hanging drywall. So there you go 02:49 you got your width right you got your height right you have your two side pieces 02:52 that are nice and flush with each other that you nailed together strongly 02:56 you got a level top of plumb sides You are ready to get some drywall on this frame 03:01 and this opening will be ready for a door. One more thing i realized after watching 03:04 this video that we maybe you need to know 03:06 this framing that we did for this wall 03:08 is for not bearing wall, in other words 03:12 you're going to have weight above here a roof load or floor load you'd have to 03:16 consult an engineer to find out what size header you will need 03:21 prior 03:22 to building the wall 03:25 yea that that was pretty it, Owww 03:27 I forgot wait a second! 03:29 in case you like this video we have some other stuff coming out you'll be 03:32 the first one to see it if you just hit the Subscribe button its over here some where. THANKS! 03:35 there's no more
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link for more information about engineering, renovation and construction. This video will provide you with more information about load bearing walls, structural engineering and home building along the lines of window framing construction. If you're planning on remodeling any part of your home, make sure you watch as many of these helpful videos as you possibly can, before accidentally removing something you shouldn't have, like a load bearing wall.
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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to safely cut open up a wall. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX246eSp-34&index=16&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-ZmCu0t_YNmTXHVt80JDyE How to Frame Out Basement Walls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i48Tdi4H1TY How to Create an Interior Door Opening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_tX79jtcaQ How to Repair Plaster Walls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4D0sESi5So Watch the How-To Videos playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV Shopping List for How to Remove a Load-Bearing Wall: - 2x4s, for bracing ceiling above - 2x8s and filler strips, used to build new header - construction adhesive, for adhering new framing to wall - assorted drywall screws and common nails Tools for How to Remove a Load-Bearing Wall: - hammer - reciprocating saw, used to cut opening in wall - power miter saw, used to cut lumber to length - drill/driver, used to drive screws - caulking gun, for applying construction adhesive - wet/dry vacuum, used to collect saw dust Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link for more information about home framing, engineering and building. This video will provide you with a general rule of thumb for most window and door header sizes, but will not work all the time. You should contact a structural engineer, if you're planning on doing any modifications to a building. These measurements are what I used for most of my career, working in Southern California, framing homes, but they might not apply to every situation, all the time. Don't forget to visit our websites and feel free to leave any questions you have in the comment area and I will answer them as soon as I possibly can.
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http://go.askthebuilder.com/YouTubeNews founder Tim Carter demonstrates some important tips about the rough framing at a doorway. If you want great tips like this every week, be sure to sign up for the FREE AsktheBuilder.com newsletter: http://go.askthebuilder.com/YouTubeNews Discover more on framing at askthebuilder.com: http://www.askthebuilder.com/house-framing-techniques-part-1-video/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/framing-square-video/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/interior-wall-framing/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/roof-framing-basics/
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/framing/index.html Click on this link for more information about structural engineering, floor framing and home building. This video will provide you with everything you need to know about this type of repair, but will provide you with a few examples of how you can support load bearing walls that are creating problems in the floor framing, because the home wasn't built correctly. You can use double joist to support structural walls and truss joists blocks for truss joists type framing, but you should always check with a structural engineer for clarification. These videos are only meant to give you ideas and will not work all the time or for every type of building..
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http://go.askthebuilder.com/NewsletterSignupNow founder, Tim Carter describes the importance of a treated lumber sill plate in a wood-framed house. Get FREE tips like this by subscribing to Tim's FREE newsletter now. Go to: http://go.askthebuilder.com/NewsletterSignupNow Discover more about sills at askthebuilder.com: http://www.askthebuilder.com/temporary-partition-wall/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/brick-leaks/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/floor-joist-best-practices/
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Follow me on Instagram for daily posting - https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild/ In this video I'll show you the differences between Advanced Framing and Traditional Framing methods. For more information visit my blog at http://www.MattRisinger.com -Matt Risinger Principal of Risinger Homes in Austin, TX
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link for more information about structural engineering and new home construction. If you visit the link above you will find more information about structural engineering and floor framing, because I broke it down into six separate videos. Don't forget to visit our other channels to learn more about construction, building and engineering.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel Finding the window stud to hang curtains will help make sure that they don't come crashing down. Find the window stud to hang curtains with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can save a great deal of money by performing basic home repairs on your own. Get tips on plaster walls in the house with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html Click on this link to learn more about house framing and building repairs. Watch this video to learn more about framing windows, for a home or building. There are plenty of different ways to frame a window, but before you do, you better understand, why you're actually doing what. Some of these videos will provide you with a picture that will be worth a thousand words. Keep watching our videos and don't forget to check out our website for more helpful tips and ideas.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/garages/index.html Click on this link for more information about garage construction and roof framing. This video will provide you with a way to strengthen your garage ceiling for storage, but doesn't make any guarantees that it will work in every situation. By adding more rafter ties or ceiling joists you can strengthen your ceiling, but it might not provide you with enough structural support. In other words, use this information at your own risk.
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Today's video shows the process of building a header. The header is the structural piece which distributes the weight of the roof down the studs, rather than that weight resting on your window. We've built a number of headers (for just about each of our windows), and we've gotten pretty good at it. Check out the video for the step-by-step process and Joseph's explanation of headers.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html Click on this link for more house framing, plumbing and home building video ideas. I don't know how many times I've removed the exterior or interior of a wall to find out that the plumber has drilled through a 2 x 4 kings stud. Check with your local building codes or building inspector, to make sure that you're allowed to notch certain framing components like king studs or wall trimmers. If you're interested in learning more about home building, remodeling and construction, you're in the right place. Watch some more of our videos and learn.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link for a complete list of our videos on construction, home building and engineering. This video will provide you with a little more information on structural engineering and load bearing walls. Weight from a roof or a floor basically gets transferred around framing headers, through supporting window or door trimmers and of course down through the foundation and onto the ground. If this doesn't make sense, watch the video and if that doesn't make sense, watch more videos or leave a question in the comment area I will get to it as soon as possible.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/framing/index.html Click on this link if you're looking for more floor framing repair videos. This is the second video in a three-part series on how to repair floor joist that has been damaged or cut in half. The examples in this video will use double joist framing methods for the repairs. Remember, these are only examples and might not work in every situation or something that would be recommended by a structural engineer.
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Learn a few measuring shortcuts that make accurate rough-opening layouts a snap. Watch the rest of the Building Skill series at http://www.finehomebuilding.com/blog/building-skills Watch more how-to, tool-review, and design videos: http://www.finehomebuilding.com/videos/
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Chris from iCreatables shows you how to frame a door opening in a wood framed wall. It covers: How to layout the wall plates for the door location How to build a door header How to attach the king studs to the header How to install the trimmers under the header To view the graphic of exterior wall framing shown in the video please visit http://www.icreatables.com/framing/wall-framing-nomenclature.html For Shed Plans to this and other sheds please visit our website at https://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html For more Shed Building videos check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/icreatablestv Subscribe to the iCreatablestv channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=icreatablestv WARNING: These projects can be dangerous, posing risks of personal injury, or property damage, and in some cases, death. There may be the possibly other risks of which I am not fully aware. Use of video content and or website information is at your own risk.
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Visit: http:basementfinishingvideos.com to learn in detail how to finish your basement! Watch this short basement finishing video to learn how to frame the correct size for your interior basement doors. Also learn the correct height and position for your basement door header. This video gives you some cool quick framing info!
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/framing/index.html Click on this link for more house framing repair and building tips. Watch this video before removing ceiling joists or roof rafter ties and save yourself a lot of frustration and quite possibly thousands of dollars in home damage repairs. Ceiling ties are important and actually help hold the building together. For more helpful tips and ideas about construction, remodeling and building, watch more of these helpful videos.
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http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by step tutorial: In structural engineering, a shear wall is a wall composed of braced panels (also known as shear panels) to counter the effects of lateral load acting on a structure. Wind and seismic loads are the most common loads braced wall lines are designed to counteract. Under several building codes, including the International Building Code (where it is called a braced wall line) and Uniform Building Code, all exterior wall lines in wood or steel frame construction must be braced. Depending on the size of the building some interior walls must be braced as well. A more traditional method is to use let-in diagonal wood bracing throughout the wall line, and a newer alternative is let-in metal T-bracing but these methods may not be viable for buildings with many door and window openings and may not meet seismic or high wind zone codes. Such walls can be either load bearing or non-load bearing. Shear walls are a type of structural system that provides lateral resistance to a building or structure. They resist in-plane loads that are applied along its height. The applied load is generally transferred to the wall by a diaphragm or collector or drag member. They are built in wood, concrete, and CMU (masonry). Plywood is the conventional material used in the construction of shear walls, but with advances in technology and modern building methods, there are other prefabricated options which have made it possible to inject shear assemblies into narrow walls that fall at either side of an opening in a shear wall. Sheet steel and steel-backed shear panels in the place of structural plywood in shear walls has proved to be far stronger in seismic resistance. Nonplanar Shear Walls: Due to functional requirements, the designer may choose non planar sections like C,L as opposed to the planar sections like rectangular/bar bell sections. Nonplanar sections require 3D analysis and are a research area. Holdown (hold-down, hold down) or tie-down in structural engineering refers to the steel device or hardware that is installed at the end of a plywood shear wall. The holdowns provide uplift resistance against the overturning moment imposed on the wall due to "in-plane" lateral load applied at the top of the wall. A hold-down may also refer to clamping device used to anchor a pipe to a structural steel element or concrete floor or allow movement of the pipe in an axial direction. At the bottom, the holdown is connected to the concrete foundation or structural slab by an embedded or epoxied anchor bolt. At the top, the holdown is connected to a wood post with screws, nails or bolts.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link for more information about structural engineering, house framing and building repairs. In this video I hope to provide you with a few examples of where you can drill holes and cut notches floor framing joist, even though I will not be able to tell you how many notches you're allowed to cut or holes you're allowed to drill in a single joist. Make sure you get something in writing from your structural engineer, before cutting and notching any structural members including joist, roof rafters and wall studs.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/framing/index.html Click on this link for more tips and ideas for framing repairs, structural engineering and home building. This video will provide you with a few methods I used to support load bearing vaulted ceilings and roof rafters so that I could make repairs on damaged structural walls. This video is meant to be an example of something that can be done, but might not be able to be used on your building or structure.
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http://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ - In this video Henry teaches you how to frame the walls for the shed, or any building. He shows you how to mark and layout the walls as well as detailed instruction on: - Right way to measure and mark top and bottom plates for studs. - How to frame the shed corners with inside corner backing if required - How To Identify crown edge of studs and placement for straighter walls. - How to easily line up walls to shed floor - How to frame a door or window header - How to Stand up, brace and plumb the walls - Frame a door opening - Block walls to increase door security and reduce break & Enter NOTE: Henry shows you how to frame a door opening with a header but no window in this video. However, if you are framing a window, simply determine the opening height required, cut and install a horizontal 2x4 and then finish the studs underneath as per the 16" centers marked out on the bottom plate. View 15 all of our Shed Building videos on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CountryLifeMedia/videos Our Shed Plans for this shed are available here: http://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ We have more projects coming up in the spring of 2017, Don't miss them: Subscribe to the Country Life Projects channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=CountryLifeMedia Shed Design & Plans Copyright Countrylifeprojects.com - All Rights Reserved
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In this video, Matt will show you how to seal the critical joint between your concrete foundation and your wood framing. This joint is tricky with other methods, but Matt is using Prosoco’s R-Guard Joint and Seam filler which is part of their Fluid Applied Weather Barrier system. Find more on that product here: http://www.prosoco.com/products/r-guard-joint-seam-filler Read the Journal of Light Construction Article Matt wrote “Sealing The Foundation To Framing” http://www.jlconline.com/how-to/exteriors/sealing-the-foundation-to-the-framing_o The tools Matt’s using in this video: Sausage Pack Caulking Gun https://alexa.design/2pn5Rke Bent Tip https://alexa.design/2okCnnA Leatherman Raptor https://alexa.design/2nyI0S4 Chip Brush https://alexa.design/2p0x9NB
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Check out Part 2 here: https://youtu.be/UZ_S618-0Z4 Watch Part 3: https://youtu.be/dZZJbVok2h4 For a written tutorial check out my blog at Wilkerdos.com Follow me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Check out my awesome sponsor Triton Tools: http://www.tritontools.com/en-US Check out my merch here: http://bit.ly/2VezUuO Things I used: Triton Hammer Drill: http://goo.gl/UgorS0 Triton Circular Saw: http://goo.gl/5HwQWk Framing Nailer: http://goo.gl/Mi1FEG Wedge Anchors: http://goo.gl/m479W2 (I bought a box of 10)
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http://www.AsktheBuilder.com founder Tim Carter shows a valley rafter in a common-framed roof. Discover more information on roof rafters at askthebuilder.com: http://www.askthebuilder.com/cutting-a-roof-rafter/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/how-to-cut-a-simple-common-roof-rafter/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/can-roof-rafters-be-vaulted/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/roof-framing-basics/
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How to frame a garage doors opening - in this case 9ft wide by 8ft tall. How to measure the finished width and height, use of 2x4s for the sides and header, and 2x6 for mounting the spring and garage door opener. Mount Garage Doors, Inc. Westminster, MD 21157. Tel: (410) 549-2668 Toll Free: 1-877-MT-DOORS (1-877-683 6677) Fax: (410) 549-4229 www.MountGarageDoors.com Serving Carroll, Frederick, Howard and Baltimore Counties. Commercial -- Residential -- Gate Openers -- Service & Repair 3 Year Labor Warranties MHIC #51659 The information and advice published or made available here is not intended to replace the services of a professional. The guidance offered is provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. You should not use this information for identifying or solving a serious problem. Any action on your part in response to the information provided here is at your own discretion. We make no representations or warranties with respect to any information offered or provided regarding any solution to a home issue. By using this content, you agree that Mount Garage Doors, Inc is not liable for any resulting direct or indirect claim, loss or damage. In the case of a home emergency, please immediately call a professional.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link for more video tips on house framing and engineering. This video will provide you with a few examples of how you can pull together unsupported ceiling joist if you're planning on moving a load bearing wall that is currently supporting it, but might not work for your particular project. Remember, I am not a structural engineer and if you are going to move load bearing walls, I highly suggest contacting one for more information.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html If you're working in the construction business as a contractor, tarp and there were even a common construction laborer, it wouldn't be a bad idea to watch this video and learn more about house framing and home building. I've been asked this question often, should I use a solid rim joist or block I floor joist. A solid rim joist is easier to install, but doesn't provide you with enough support to prevent your floor joist from twisting. I hope these videos are helpful and if they are, I would appreciate any positive comments that you might have about them.
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In architecture and engineering, a joist is one of the horizontal supporting members that run between foundations, walls, or beams to support a ceiling or floor. Typically, a joist has the cross section of a plank. Joists are often supported by beams laid out in repetitive patterns. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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his Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to open up a wall for a large glass slider. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTQJtE9D6nk&index=5&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-ZmCu0t_YNmTXHVt80JDyE How to Weatherstrip an Exterior Door: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEJvpoVrwLk&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=28 How to Create an Interior Door Opening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_tX79jtcaQ&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=30 How to Replace a Rotted Windowsill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8iu9dLrV-E&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=32 Shopping List for How to Install a Sliding Glass Door: - sliding glass door with solid-vinyl doorjamb - pressure-treated 2x4s - 2x4s - ⅝-inch-thick exterior-grade plywood - 15-pound builders paper - quick-setting cement - minimal-expanding foam, used to insulate around new door - silicone sealant - masonry screws - 3½-inch (16d) nails - 2½-inch (8d) nails - 5/16-inch staples - 3-inch screws - wood shims - wood shingles and shingle nails, for finishing new wall section Tools List for How to Install a Sliding Glass Door: - reciprocating saw - 12-pound sledgehammer - 4-foot level - hammer drill fitted with masonry bit - drill/driver - square shovel - mixing tub, used for mixing cement - caulk gun - pointed trowel - flat trowel - hammer stapler - utility knife Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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There are many ways to frame around a basement window. Since I had a nice plumb wall to measure from, this method worked really well. This method is also designed for a drywall return, where the inside of the opening is drywalled and painted.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link if you're looking for more information about engineering, design and framing. If you're a do-it-yourselfer, handyman, remodeling professional or even a new home builder, you must be aware of the consequences of cutting a wood truss or any part of the engineered roofing system. I've done it before and it cost me dearly. Make sure that you check with the manufacturer or a structural engineer, before cutting any components of an engineered roofing system. Don't forget to visit our websites and check out some of our books.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html If you're interested in a few more tips about house framing and home repairs, visit our websites today. Every once in a while you're going to run into a floor joist, that's going to be right in your way and will need to be relocated, for a variety of reasons, but the most common will be plumbing drain pipes for showers, toilets and sinks. This video will provide you with another way to handle the situation and it's one I rarely see used, but I've been using it for decades. Don't forget to visit our websites and keep watching these helpful videos to learn more about construction.
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Get step-by-step instructions on how to install a Kohler recessed-mount (in-wall) aluminum-frame medicine cabinet.
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http://www.cheapsheds.com This video will show you how to make double doors for your shed. These doors can be built for any of my 4 shed styles, on either an end wall or a side wall, and in any width up to 8 ft wide. There are 6 steps to building these double doors. 1. Step 1 is Planning 2. Step 2 is to build the Outer foor frame 3. Step 3 is to build the Inner door frame 4. Step 4 is to Mark cut lines 5. Step 5 is to Sheet the wall 6. And step 6 is to Install the trim
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