Framing

  • INFOGRAPHIC: Strength of the Home

      Seattle, Wash. – Attractive paint colors, landscaping and decorative millwork can all make a home exterior more appealing. However, it’s what lies beneath the surface that truly makes a house sturdy and reliable for the future. To illustrate the importance of selecting the right construction products to build a long-lasting, comfortable home, Weyerhaeuser has created the infographic “What Really […]

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  • Flat TV Screen Frame

                DIY Frame for your Flat Screen TV. By Danny Lipford

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  • Adding Trim to Stain-Grade Wood Windows

                  Clean Craftsman Trim for Stain-grade Wood Windows By Larry Walton

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  • Replace a Rotten Sill Plate

    By Mark Clement   Removing and Replacing a Rotten Sill Plate.

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  • Installing a New Exterior Door

    By Matt Weber   From cutting access to framing and installation.

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  • Frame a Home for Energy Efficiency (House Framing for Energy Efficiency)

        Frame a New Home or Addition for Energy Efficiency.  

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  • DIY Build a Freestanding Deck

      By Matt Weber     Build a Freestanding Cantilevered Deck Support by Parallel Beams.

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  • Standing Strong: Building with Pre-fab Panels

    Building with pre-manufactured panels makes it simpler to brace walls for high winds and earthquakes.

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  • Deck Framing Gone Wild

    Applying the Cantilever Concept to Your Deck Designs

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  • A Home with a Personal Stamp

    Two Ways to Differentiate Your Home— Timber frame for the Expert, Kit-built for the Novice

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