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It can be tricky to determine a minimum width when the window manufacturer refers to the code or the flashing-tape instructions, and the flashing-tape instructions and the code both refer you back to the window manufacturer or flashing-tape instructions.
Always do the baseboard last and take care to cut in tight, straight lines.
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The 2015 IRC allows a 1-inch-maximum sheathing thickness between the ledger and band joist, but it may be simpler to remove the trim and attach the ledger to the house
What tool works best?
Code requirements are based on attic square footage, but it's important to also consider volume.
A few tips will help your pneumatics work better in the cold.
Because brick is highly porous, installing the proper WRB is critical to protecting the sheathing.
If you're not sold on the nails-and-string method, try this one.
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