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Details for Conventional Wood Frame Construction

Large book cover: Details for Conventional Wood Frame Construction

Details for Conventional Wood Frame Construction

Publisher: ICC
ISBN/ASIN: B0017I9OLU
Number of pages: 55

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A comprehensive summary of rules and guidelines for the proper construction of wood frame buildings built to conventional construction provisions in the model building codes. The book includes information on various types of construction, framing systems, fire and draftstopping, protection against termites and decay, fastenings, insulation, and materials, as well as a series of figures included to illustrate proper framing techniques.

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