Original building materials are salvaged as new walls and ceilings go up.
By Dylan Eastman. Editing by Mary GraffMore in Blog Cabin
Pressure-treated exterior wall sheathing, which protects against high humidity and wind-driven rain, is attached to the new foundation’s bolted mud sill. To fulfill the requirement of a continuous vertical load path for uplift in 130 mph winds, nails are set in a specific pattern.
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