You have to take the upper ceiling joists of the tray to bearing. The lowers will be modified to match the span & carry the new loads of the joists...
Eased Edge?I've never seen this one either... fyi the real cedar decking grades are:Cedar Decking:Architect ClearCustom ClearArchitect Knotty Custo...
This is around the windows right, like your earlier post? There is a sequence... cut the 1x4 for the side and the top, leave them long.Join the mit...
Your mitre saw should have a ATB tooth grind (alternate top bevel). 60 to 80 teeth, 10 deg. hook, cutoff (crosscut) blade.I don't know about a 7" t...
1. The ledger & joists will be cut to match the height, so you will need to cut the blocking to match (rip: cutting in the direction of the grain)...
You'll be using treated 2x6 on edge @ 16 o/c w/ 3/4 T&G ply.Find the exact height at the door, taper the joists to obtain level, on the oposite end...
How close is the top of concrete slab to your interior finish floor?Then we can walk you through it, fairly simple, it'll be pt sleepers or joists ...
On the gables that could be true.But it's all irrelevent if you don't have a foundation capable of carrying the additinal loads. Sometimes it's bes...
Back to the original question..."Will adding 2x6 blocking, perpendicular to the floor joists provide the same stiffening properties as 2x4 diagonal...
I agree with Zippy, you can have a "professional" drywaller ease the uneven wall by screeding the finish. Shouldn't cost too much actually. You can...
More of a painter thing than carpentry but I would think a sealer/urathane combination would be what you want for a clear finish.I doubt very much ...
I wouldn't use metal studs in a basement, they will telescope through the drywall with moisture & cold transfering from the plates. You'll end up w...
Layout & cut your plates, cut a single line down the carpet so you can pull it back to get the 2x4 in. Shoot in the treated plate then cut the carp...
I do like Pif' & add a 1/4 round, this is how we have to do tiled floors anyway due to the uneven joints.Alter Eagle Construction & Design
Be sure to let the panels float if they are glued or fastened it will buckle the joints, and that it REALLY IS connected to the ceiling Alter Eagl...
Then you will have to put it back the way it was or seperate those doors.Alter Eagle Construction & Design
If you are better at painting than that would be second, if you are better at carpentry that would be second...I typically stain first, since I kno...