Model 9781561587582

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Framing Book: Floors, Walls and Ceilings

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For the DIY-er who wants to build a new home from scratch, add on an addition or tackle a major renovation, the mix of articles featured in this guide shows how to do it right the first time - from trueing up a mudsill and cutting multiple parts all at once (a tremendous timesaver) to selecting headers, erecting trusses and completing cathedral and coffered ceilings. Each project is accompanied by step-by-step instructions and extensive color photos and illustrations.

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How far apart should floor joists be?

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Hello Charles,
Properly spacing floor joists when framing an addition or whole structure is largely a factor of building codes. There are three basic measurements used for floor joist spacing. There are also several floor joist sizes and types used. The right spacing depends on the code requirements, as well as the type of structure it is and the weight it will bear.
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Hello Charles,
Properly spacing floor joists when framing an addition or whole structure is largely a factor of building codes. There are three basic measurements used for floor joist spacing. There are also several floor joist sizes and types used. The right spacing depends on the code requirements, as well as the type of structure it is and the weight it will bear.
Check with your local building department for codes.
Thank you for your inquiry.
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