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A design/builder explains how to avoid conflicts when customers change the plans in the middle of a project.
An engineer explains the forces at work in ties, and how remodelers can safely move or remove them.
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A thorough guide to using structural steel in wood frame construction.
Q: I am residing an old house that is uninsulated. I plan to add foam exterior sheathing and blown-in cellulose in the walls. Is a vapor-retarding paint adequate to prevent moisture problems in the wall?
Q: What is the best roofing and insulation to use on a 20-year-old house with exposed rafter cathedral ceilings? The framing doesn’t seem strong enough for tile, which is common here in the Southwest, and the roof needs substantial insulation to shield against an extremely hot summer climate.
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