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Complete Book of Framing: An Illustrated Guide for Residential Construction

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Front Matter
    • ABOUT THE AUTHOR
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
  • Chapter One INTRODUCTION TO FRAMING
    • Framing Terms
    • Framing Lumber
    • Framing Sheathing
      • Engineered Panel Products
    • Engineered Wood Products
    • Lumber & Wood Structural Panel Grade Stamps
    • Framing Nails
    • Framing Tools
    • Framing Tool Truck
      • Typical Layout for a 14' Step Van
    • Cutting Lumber
    • Protecting Lumber from Decay
    • Preservative Treated Wood
  • Chapter Two NAILING PATTERNS
    • Nail Top Plate to Studs
    • Nail Bottom Plate to Studs
    • Nail Double Plate to Top Plate
    • Nail Corner
    • Nail Walls Together or Nail Double Studs
    • Nail Trimmer to Stud
    • Concrete Nailing
    • Nail Bearing & Nonbearing Walls to Floor
    • Nail Bearing & Nonbearing Walls to Floor
    • Nail Header to Stud
    • Nail Let-in Bracing
    • Nail End of Joist
    • Nail Rim Joist
    • Nail Sheathing
    • Nail Built-up Girders & Beams
    • Nail Joist Blocking
    • Nail Lapping Joists
    • Nail Drywall Backing
    • Nail Trusses to Wall
    • Nail Ceiling Joists, Rafters, & Ridge
    • Nail Rafters to Wall
    • Nail Blocks
    • Nail Fascia & Bargeboard
  • Chapter Three FLOOR FRAMING
    • Step 1–Crown & Place Joists
    • Steps 2 & 3–Nail Rim Joists in Place & Cut Joists to Length
    • Step 4–Nail Joists in Place
    • Step 5–Frame Openings in Joists
    • Steps 6 & 7–Block Bearing Walls & Nail Joists to Walls
    • Step 8–Drywall Backing
    • Step 9–Subfloor Sheathing
      • Six Steps for Setting First Sheet of Sheathing
      • Setting Second Sheet
      • Setting Second Row and Remaining Sheets
  • Chapter Four WALL FRAMING
    • Step 1–Spread Headers
    • Step 2–Spread Makeup
    • Steps 3–7–Assemble Wall
      • 3: Spread studs
      • 4: Nail headers to studs
      • 5: Nail top plate to studs & headers
      • 6: Nail bottom plate to studs
      • 7: Nail double plate to studs
    • Step 8–Square Wall
      • Exterior Wall
    • Step 9–Sheathe Wall
    • Step 10–Install Nail-Flange Windows
      • Before Wall is Stood Up
    • Steps 11–15–Standing & Setting Wall
      • 11: Stand wall.
      • 12: Set bottom plate.
      • 13: Set double plate.
      • 14: Set reveal.
      • 15: Nail wall.
    • Step 16–Plumb & Line
      • Plumbing Tools
    • Framing Rake Walls
      • Method 1: Chalk Lines on the Floor
      • Method 2: Figure Lengths on Paper
      • Method 3: Build and Chalk Lines
      • Method 4: Stick Frame
  • Chapter Five ROOF FRAMING
    • Roof Framing Terms
      • Important Rafter Terms
      • Important Considerations for Cutting Rafters
    • Step 1–Find the Lengths of Common Rafters
      • A. Pythagorean Theorem
        • Finding Rafter Length
        • Finding Rafter Tail (T) Length
      • B. Framing-Square Rafter Method
      • C. Framing Square Stepping Method
      • D. Chalking Lines Duplication
      • E. Computer Software Method
      • F. Diagonal Percent Method
    • Step 2–Cut Common Rafter
    • Step 3–Set Ridge Board
    • Step 4–Set Common Rafters
    • Step 5–Find Length of Hip & Valley Rafters
      • Adjustment for the Run
      • Adjustments for the Top and Bottom Cuts
    • Step 6–Cut Hip & Valley Rafters
    • Step 7–Set Hip & Valley Rafters
    • Step 8–Set Jack Rafters
    • Step 9–Block Rafters & Lookouts Step 10–Set Fascia
    • Step 11–Install Sheathing
    • Rafter Guidelines
      • Learning by Example
      • Considerations for Cutting Rafters
        • Figuring Rafter Length
        • Figure the Adjustments to Rafter Length at Top and Bottom
        • Finding the Angle Cuts at the Top, Bottom, and at the Bird's Mouth
        • Finding the Bird's Mouth Height
      • Finding Rafter Length: Examples
        • Finding Common Rafter Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding a Jack Rafter Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding a Ridge End Common Rafter Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding a Hip Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding a Valley Rafter Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding a Valley-to-Ridge Jack Rafter—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding Valley-to-Hip Jack Rafter Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Ridge-to-Ridge Hip Rafter—Example on Roof Example Illustration
        • Finding the Ridge Board Length—Example on Roof Example Illustration
      • Summary
    • Ceiling Joists
    • Step 1–Spread Trusses
    • Step 2–Sheathe Gable Ends
    • Step 3–Set Gable Ends
    • Step 4–Roll Trusses
    • Steps 5–8
  • Chapter Six DOORS, WINDOWS & STAIRS
    • Door Framing Terms
    • Installation of Exterior Doors
      • Steps for Pre-Hung Doors
      • Steps for Installation
    • Installation of Nail-Flange Window
    • Installation of Window Flashing
    • Installation of Sliding Glass Doors
    • Installation of Stairs
      • Stair Installation Steps
      • Finding Riser & Tread Dimensions
      • Important Stair Code Regulations
      • Before Stairs Are Built...
      • Standard Stair (to be carpeted)
      • Recap of Key Stair Guidelines
      • Circular Stairs
      • 8 Steps for Building Circular Stairs
        • 1) Find Riser Height
        • 2) Mark the Circumference Lines
        • 3) Marking the Tread on the Footprint
        • 4) Cut Bottom Plate
        • 5) Nail Bottom Plate in Place
        • 6) Build the Tread Walls
        • 7) Install the Tread Walls
        • 8) Cut and Nail Treads
  • Chapter Seven LAYOUT
    • Wall Layout
      • Wall Layout Steps
        • Chalking Lines
      • Pulling Layout from a Corner (16” O.C.)
      • Pulling from an Existing Layout (16” O.C.)
      • Miscellaneous Wall Framing Layout
        • Hold-Downs
      • Shear Walls
      • Different Length Studs
      • Cripples
      • Blocking
      • Backer Layout
        • Special Stud Layouts
        • Backing for Siding
      • Structural Support
      • Location Marks
      • Layout Methods
        • Use the Correct Order
        • Align Framing Members
        • Consult the Roof and Floor Drawings
        • A Word of Caution
      • Other Tasks that Can Be Done Along with Layout
      • Layout Tools
    • Joist Layout
      • Floor Joist
      • Joist Layout Principles
      • Joist Layout Steps
    • Rafter or Truss
    • Roof Layout
      • Roof Layout Steps
      • Conclusion
  • Chapter Eight ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS
    • Engineered Panel Products
      • Oriented Strand Board & Waferboard
      • Working with Engineered Panel Products
    • Engineered Lumber Products
      • I-Joists
      • Glu-Lam Beams
        • Notching & Drilling
        • Tips for Installing Glu-Lam Beams
      • Metal Plate-Connected Wood Trusses
      • Structural Composite Lumber (SCL)
      • Conclusion
  • Chapter Nine WIND & EARTHQUAKE FRAMING
    • The Strength of Good Framing
    • Understanding Structural Loads
    • Building Code Load Requirements
      • Prescriptive Format
      • Non-Prescriptive Code
    • Regional Considerations
    • Framing Details
      • Shear Wall Construction
      • Important Points for Shear Wall Framing
      • Diaphragm Construction
        • Diaphragm Framing Tasks of Particular Concern:
      • Connections
        • Shear Wall Schedule
        • Important Points for Connection Framing
    • Hold-Downs
      • When to Install Hold-Downs
    • Positive Placement Nail Guns
      • Conclusion
  • Chapter Ten BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS
    • Introduction to Building Codes
      • The Evolution of Building Codes
        • The IBC
      • A Framer's Code Responsibility
      • Code Revisions & Time Delays
        • Code Revisions
        • Time Delays
      • Latest Code Used in This Book
      • Important Code Features
        • IBC IRC Framing Index
    • Framing According to Code
      • Floor Framing
      • Wall Framing
      • Wall Bracing
      • Rafter Framing
      • Ceiling Framing
      • Truss Framing
      • Attic Access & Ceiling Heights
      • Stair & Ramp Framing
      • Ventilation
    • Protection from Decay
    • Nailing
      • IBC Nailing Table
    • Termite Protection
      • Termite Infestation Probability
      • Conclusion
  • Chapter Eleven GREEN FRAMING
    • Green Framing Feeling
    • Advanced Framing
      • Advanced Framing
    • Material Selection
      • Forest Stewardship Council Label
      • Sustainable Forestry Initiative Label
      • Panel Label “No Added Urea Formaldehyde”
      • VOC Compliant Subfloor Adhesive
    • Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)
    • SIP Installation
      • SIPs Organized, Transit for Leveling, Sill Plate and Bottom Plate Attached
      • Sill Insulation
      • Attaching Spline
      • Sealing
      • Installing SIP Panel
      • Applying SIP Tape
      • SIP Details
      • SIP Tools
    • SIP Tools
  • Chapter Twelve PREPARING FOR A JOB
    • Developing a lob Start Checklist
      • Job Start Checklist—Explanation
        • Job Start Checklist
    • Reviewing the Plans & Making Preparations
      • Standard Framing Dimensions Studs
    • Organizing the Job Site
      • Tool List
      • Conclusion
  • Chapter Thirteen MANAGING THE FRAMING START
    • Checking Exterior Wall Dimensions
    • Checking Reference Lines for Square
    • Adjusting Reference Lines
    • Checking the Building for Level
      • Finding Stud Heights for Different Height Foundations
      • Conclusion
  • Chapter Fourteen MANAGING A FRAMING TEAM
    • Managing Your Team
    • The Role of Lead
      • A Lead Framer Must Possess:
        • Knowledge to Frame Any Building
        • Ability to Impart Knowledge to Other Framers
        • Ability to Motivate Other Framers
    • Feel good about himself
      • Different Types of Management
        • Different Types of Framing Crews
      • More on Motivation
        • Ideas for Building Relationships and Motivation
        • Competition as a Motivator
      • Goals
        • Company Goals
      • Communication
        • Communicating with Framers
        • Communicating with the Framing Contractor, Superintendent, Architect, Engineer, or Owner
          • Solving Problems on the Plans
        • Delayed Communications
      • Assigning Framers Tasks
        • Dealing with Difficult Personalities
      • Analysis of Crew Performance
        • Framer Analysis
    • Quality Control
      • Audit Checklist
      • Audit Guidelines
      • Pick-Up Lists
    • Organizing Tools & Materials
      • Tool Organization
        • General
        • Roll-up
        • Take equipment to truck in following order:
        • The person responsible for the truck:
        • Nails
        • Roll-out
      • Material Storage
        • Material Protection
    • Teaching Framers
      • Teaching While Assigning Tasks
    • Framing Tips for
      • Building Wall Tips
        • Material Movement for Walls
        • Nailing Walls
    • Squaring Walls
      • Joisting Tips
        • Material Movement for Joists
        • Cutting Joists to Length
        • Nailing Joists
      • Rafter Tips
        • Cutting Rafters
        • Installing Ridge Board
        • Nailing Rafters
      • Sheathing Tips
        • Floor Sheathing
        • Wall Sheathing After Walls are Standing
        • Roof Sheathing
        • Nailing Sheathing
        • Installing Hold-Downs (while walls are being built)
        • Installing Hold-Downs (after walls are built)
        • Removing Temporary Braces
      • Material Organization and Cutting
        • Material Organization, Mitre Saw
        • Cutting with a Mitre Saw
      • Fractions
    • Planning & Scheduling
      • Using the Crew Effectively
      • Staying on Schedule
      • Planning for Materials
        • Avoiding Slow-Downs
        • Taking Waste into Account
        • Making Sure You Have the Correct Stock
        • “Short” or “Will Call” Deliveries
      • How Change Orders Affect the Schedule
    • Recordkeeping
      • Timekeeping
      • Changes to the Plans
      • Extra Work
    • Productivity
      • Multiple-Framer Tasks
      • Learning Curve
      • Multiple Cutting Analysis
      • Motion Analysis
    • Speed Versus Quality
      • Material Movement
      • Tool Maintenance Schedule
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Fifteen SAFETY
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Hand Tools
    • Ladders
    • Fall Protection
      • Guardrails
    • Personal Fall Arrest Systems
    • Rough Terrain Forklift Safety
      • Forklift Hand Signals
      • Crane or Boom Truck Safety
    • Housekeeping
      • Mobile Crane and Boom Truck Hand Signals
      • Safety Tips
      • Conclusion
  • Back Matter
    • GLOSSARY, SPANISH FRAMING TERMS, & INDEX
      • GLOSSARY
    • SPANISH FRAMING TERMS
    • INDEX

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Complete Book of Framing: An Illustrated Guide for Residential Construction

Vörumerki: John Wiley
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