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Understanding the code's intent is the first step toward efficient installation.
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The first estimate my company ever produced was for a basement remodel. I spent an hour driving back and forth to the prospective client's house, two hours talking to her, and then several more hours doing a detailed estimate.
For a smooth surface, cut the stones to fit and float them into place.
This quick, accurate method prevents problems with the framing and finishes that follow.
Q: A house we built about eight years ago here in Tennessee has ductwork running through the space behind the upstairs knee walls. The exterior side of the framing has been developing condensation, but only in extremely cold weather. There are no vents in
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