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Old 06-04-2013, 11:43 AM   #1
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I want to Frame a 13'x5' interior knee wall with a 3' door opening in the middle. This will storage in my attic. Doorway will be 3'x3'

Should I:
A. Construct an 8'x5' wall & a 5'x5' wall & put the doorway on one side of the 8' wall.
B. Construct one large 13' wall cut from 14' 2x4's
C. Create 2 - 5' walls and a separate doorway to connect them
D. None of the above - Please advise!

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Welcome to the Forum!

what is the height of the wall
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13' wide 5' high
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I'd probably frame the wall continuous and frame my opening in the wall
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That's what I'm leaning towards. Just needed a vote of confidence. Thanks!
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post a photo when you're done please, others have the same questions as you and when they search the forums it gives them a visual to go on.

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