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Vermontasaurus vs. The Zoning Board
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UltraStock-Free MDF by Temple-Inland has no added urea formaldehyde, meaning that it contains only trace amounts naturally found in the wood-fiber ingredient itself.
U.S. Gypsum has replaced its Durock backerboard with a version called Durock Next Gen.
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Pedestal supports and preassembled wood tiles simplify installation and maintenance.
I occasionally receive framing lumber that has some mold on it. Will this mold continue to grow and cause rot once the wood is in the dry? Do I have to clean it off? I'm also concerned about customer perception.
Advanced framing and exterior foam reduce conductive heat loss and provide good air-sealing opportunities.
The LVL beam had been installed in an earlier remodel to replace structural partitions supporting the second floor. Since Cox knew that a flush steel beam could do the job just as well — but invisibly — he offered to include the swap-out in the contract.
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