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    Building fire-resistive eaves; drywall butt joints and code; making arched panel molding

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  • Building a SIPs Roof

    Complex roofs with hips and dormers can be assembled quickly using these energy-efficient panels.

  • Faster Wall Framing

    By breaking the work into simple tasks, three men get one job done as quickly as possible.

  • Building an Arched Passageway

    This straightforward approach combines basic shop methods with simple site joinery to create an elegant frame-and-panel archway.

  • Roof Ventilation Update

    The construction industry's leading researcher explains why what we think is true often isn't, and how some of our best hunches, based on observation of field performance, have paid off with problem-free attic assemblies.

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    Interior trim; flashing

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  • Solving the Uplift Puzzle

    Where the codes once concentrated mostly on verifying that buildings could handle gravity loads, now coastal homes must also resolve the complicated load effects associated with high winds: uplift, shear (or "racking"), sliding, and overturning. Ted Cushman takes a closer look at one kind of...

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    Unnecessary roof venting; dangers of thin plywood paneling; no freebies; more