This step-by-step procedure for laying out rake walls simplifies cutting and framing.
A framing contractor explains how he organizes his five-man crew to break down the lumber package, lay out plates, and start building walls on the first day on the job.
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A California framer tells how to translate the information on the blueprints into a fast, accurate layout of walls and headers.
A veteran California framer explains step by step how to lay out plumb, seat, heel, and plancher cuts on common, hip, valley, and jack rafters.