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Besides making sure you take care of any drainage problems, provide adequate ventilation to the basement and use a ground cover vapor retarder in...
Use a construction adhesive to glue it to the joists, then use 8d common...
OSB has a tendency to expand and contract, although manufacturers have come out with better resins that have made them more and more stable. When...
Use a span table for rated...
Engineered lumber may be available in longer lengths and is more uniform than solid timber; it doesn’t have knots, warping or cupping. Since it is...
They are actually mostly interchangeable. Both are manufactured to the same performance...
Sunlight can discolor beams, so wrap them in an opaque covering, and keep them off the ground to prevent contact with moisture. In some cases, beams...
Glulam beams can span long distances and they are much stronger than dimensional lumber. Glulam can also be engineered to meet specific construction...
Use plywood designed to be used as a subfloor. This kind is lightly sanded on one side and doesn’t have gaps or voids in the inner layers, making...
You can buy a plywood blade, specially designed with teeth to cut...
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