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Can standard galvanized Simpson STHD strap-tie hold-downs be used in contact with ACQ plates and framing? We've been schooled by our local building officials to avoid placing anything but stainless steel or heavy-duty hot-dipped galvanized metal connectors in contact with ACQ lumber, but these...
This method is fast and reduces epoxy cleanup.
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Common in commercial framing, steel studs provide straight and sturdy fire-rated partitions.
Dean/Wolf Architects designs a folded stainless steel staircase for a Manhattan townhouse.
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