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Providing an air space behind wood trim and siding is the best way to make them last.
High-Performance Underlayment - 36-Volt Power Tools - Drainage-Plane Clips - Bendable Borders - Impact-Resistant Glass Block System - Efficient Bracing - Integral Insulation
Case of the missing beam; thinner sheathing and nail pops; strength of OSB vs. plywood; adequate air for spraying finishes; more
For doors with applied casings, simple flashings made from self-healing membrane serve the same purpose as fins
Fiber-cement siding clips; dune-friendly decking; drywall & accessories; ridge vents; masonry
Stainless Cap Nuts - Low-Maintenance Millwork - Folding Walls - Aggressive Augers - Standby Power - Storm Shingles - Stronger Siding - Durable Doors
Notes on safety; pandering charge; support for higher energy performance standards; vinyl-siding school; wallpaper liner; fire sprinklers
Time-saving towel bars; electronics garage; manufactured chimneys; structural sheathing; outdoor lighting
A few minutes of time and a few dollars of materials can prevent expensive headaches.
Someone posted a question on JLC’s estimating forum recently about using standard assemblies to reduce the amount of time it takes to estimate. He wanted to know how to develop the assemblies and how detailed they ought to be.
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