Frame Carpentry from the editors of Fine Homebuilding provides the best field-tested information on framing efficiently, safely, and the right way the first time. No source of knowledge on framing is better respected or more widely followed than that provided by the authors of Fine Homebuilding magazine.
At 240 pages with more than 350 illustrative on-the-job photos and drawings, Frame Carpentry distills centuries of hands-on builder-tested methods and techniques as the finest builders in the country pass on their hard-won trade secrets for better construction. You'll learn how to:
- frame a gable wall
- build a hybrid timber-frame floor
- lay out and cut roof rafters
- choose the right header for a wall
- work with pressure-treated lumber
The book covers the basics of framing, as well as more advnced techniqes on framing for energy efficienty, wind-resistant framing, and framing with double-stud walls. There is also up-to-date information on the latest framing tools and materials. Frame Carpentry will serve as your definitive guide to framing.
|Publisher:||Taunton Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.88(h) x (d)|
About the Author
All contributing authors are seasoned professionals whose articles have appeared in Fine Homebuilding magazine.
Since 1981 Fine Homebuilding has been providing information and inspiration to everyone who cares about quality home improvement and construction. the magazine is the best source of home improvement information and helps readers build projects better, faster, and more efficiently.
Table of Contents
1. Tools and Materials2. General Framing3. Framing Floors4. Framing Walls5. Framing Ceilings6. Framing Roofs7. Energy-Efficient Framing