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A new book, A Whole New Engineer, explores the coming revolution in engineering ... well, in all aspects of construction, really.
Strapping serves many purposes both for framers, as well as for many of the subs who follow.
The pros and cons of working with DAP SmartBond polyurethane subfloor adhesive, which goes on like foam sealant but collapses to a sticky gel.
When a compromised island setting requires moving not one, but four, massive structures, the logistical challenges are daunting and the process is nothing short of impressive.
Specialty building components expert Mike Rand provides pointers on constructing structural brackets for a balcony deck.
If you need to attach a deck ledger to a house with I-Joist floors, first figure out if the rim board is structural and go from there
Engineered for corrosive environments, such as right on the ocean.
Reader comments and author replies on "Strong, Safe Decks (Sep/13), continuous joists (Q&A, Oct/13), and stone veneer (Sep/13).
Now that there are alternative methods using ripped strips and metal connectors, why are we still cutting birdsmouths in rafters?
The Engineered Wood Association has been working to broaden the choices for using wood structural panels to achieve code-required lateral bracing in wood-frame construction. A new APA publication lays out the OSB industry’s latest recommendations for a “simplified” way to meet code.
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